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Post  SG1985 on 6/15/2010, 9:50 pm

1. Single solo cup of water every other day.
2. Once fruit set I would only water when the plant looked like it needed it. Now in the JUNE @ 110 degree I only water half gallon every 3 to 4 days!!!

2 Black Krim
4 Beefsteak
4 Brandywine



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Post  Shoda on 6/15/2010, 11:55 pm

Great looking tomatoes! Thanks for sharing your video and your success. Wish my tomatoes were that far along.

Also, your hollyhocks are beautiful. I used to have those a number of years ago but forgot what they were called. Guess I have to plant some again as they are lovely.
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Post  evan00008 on 6/16/2010, 1:11 am

Cool! I love your veriaty! It would be cool if when you plant more crops, you could post pictures of them. I also love your beds.








P.S. I also love your hollyhocks!
P.P.S I'm sorry for the misspellings.
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