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Old August 10, 2008   #1
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Default My Tomatoes for Tomorrow's NORCATT 2008 Event

While many back East are suffering from a rainy and cold 2008 season, in San Jose we have had warmer than usual weather. Thus, my season peaked about 3 weeks ago. I have started another dozen plants for my Fall / Winter crop, so my contribution at NORCATT will be limited:

(Shown left to right: Caspian Pink, Pruden's Purple, Neves Azorean Red, Earl's Faux, Ed's Millennium, and a bunch of Purple Haze (F2).

As always, Brad's Wild Boar Farms varieties will certainly steal the show.

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Old January 15, 2009   #2
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2009 ...when is this party starting, Ray?
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