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    well? how are your tomatoes doing?

    mine..meh. i lost a Cherokee tomato plant to some thing mysterious. maybe a burrowing rodent.

    the rest are okay. i am getting alot of that sunburn thing going. today, i am making fish tacos for the wife..so i need a salsa or pico de gallo. fresh tomatoes and jalapenos from the garden!!

    best thing about summer are fresh produce and long days. other than that, i hate summer.

    how are your fruit hanging?!!


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    Slicing tomatoes are approaching walnut size, some of the cherry tomatoes are almost big enough to start coloring up pretty soon.
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    I got nothing on the vine yet....it was a long winter...

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    There is about 10 green heirlooms on the plants here at my house. My black tomatoes havent even started budding up yet. Its a bummer!
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    Long winter - cold spring here. Some cherries are getting close and a few heirlooms the size of cherries but most plants don't have anything yet. I am hoping those and the cukes take off while I am on vacation.

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    Nothing yet here for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad Gibson View Post
    There is about 10 green heirlooms on the plants here at my house. My black tomatoes havent even started budding up yet. Its a bummer!
    I need to get myself some heirloom seeds...I love me some heirlooms so cool looking in all the different colors and shapes...and I live in NJ supposedly the best state for tomatoes

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    and when you do have heirlooms you can save the seeds and you're good for the rest of your life. pick the ones that grow well and you're golden.

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    We're getting there. Some greenies so far.
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    My mother bought a few boxes this weekend. They turned into this


    The ones I am growing will be ready in a week or two.

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