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Old December 28, 2016   #16
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I've been cleaning up the GH some and cut some Creole and Big Beef tomatoes earlier and just by chance just cut the clusters and they work, I'm not sure how long they will work but if picked a few days after blushing they should last a while.

I need to improve the tieing method.
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Old December 28, 2016   #17
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That is one fine holiday decoration.
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Old December 28, 2016   #18
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Hang it like mistletoe, kiss under it, or as a guest reminder to not get pasted.
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Old December 28, 2016   #19
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I've been cleaning up the GH some and cut some Creole and Big Beef tomatoes earlier and just by chance just cut the clusters and they work, I'm not sure how long they will work but if picked a few days after blushing they should last a while.

I need to improve the tieing method.
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Old December 29, 2016   #20
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De Colgar Papuo will be available in Carolyn's upcoming seed offer. If she'll permit me, I can probably send you an early bird envelope. Ilex is the one to thank for sharing this Iberian tomato.
How about we wait until the seed offer goes up and that for several reasons.

Yes, Ilex in Spain was my original source of that one and many more. My seed producers worked with quite a few of them and I sent you some that only you had. Time to contact Ilex for some new ones.

Gerardo, I MUST get back to you to see what seeds you have for me for the seed offer, I keep saying that, but I have no telepathic skills,, and so what I think I can get done in any given day,usually changes by the next day.

All I know is that Jimbo in CA thanked you for sending seeds of Cheste.

Looks like the snowstorm is tapering off here,no meals on wheels delivery, so I'm not sure what I'll have for tonight. I ate half of what was prepared at noon for me by Martha at when she was here this AM,so I should be good to go, er,eat.

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Maybe next year at this time you'll have some storage tomatoes to eat
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