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Live Archive 6-20-01

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6-20-01

I have started picking tomatoes from my neglected garden before the bugs and heat get them first. I lost the plastic roof  on my greenhouse in a storm but at least it blew clear and didn't fall on my prize winning tomatoes.
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P6200023.jpg (26309 bytes)  Frankin-tomato?
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P6200024.jpg (26850 bytes)  Yes these tomatoes are lying on the ground. If you don't tie them up as they grow you can forget about it.  

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