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Re: Sept tomatoes

Post  audrey.jeanne.roberts on 10/19/2014, 12:45 pm

Tomatoes growing everywhere. I have romas, cherry, italian plum, plum... all producing and blooming. My purple cherokee are also getting near being ready again - I had dismal results with them this year, disease and bugs. I don't think I'll grow them again.
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Post  sanderson on 10/19/2014, 1:44 pm

The last volunteer. Sad  

Just ate it and it made my mouth water.  Can't wait till 2015.

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Post  herblover on 10/19/2014, 5:12 pm

Finally pulled up my plants today; between the blight and cooler weather they were about done.  I have a big boxful wrapped up in the basement including two layers of salad tomatoes of which I picked just over 300 off the vines when pulling them up.
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Post  yolos on 10/19/2014, 6:03 pm

I pulled most of my tomatoes up today also.  Getting ready to plant some winter peas for a green manure crop to easily add amendment to soil.  I Still have a Gilbertie in a big pot and a volunteer in one of my empty compost bins.
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Post  floyd1440 on 10/19/2014, 6:16 pm

I will be gathering leaves this week so I will have plenty of "browns" for next years composting.  I will also be pulling up the remainder of my plants too.
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