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Old May 18, 2017   #316
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Trying several dwarf varieties again. They are looking amazing so far.
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Old May 18, 2017   #317
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Mrs N starts them inside,
Once they go outside they are my responsibility.
No deaths so far.

Super easy hardening off with the mini tunnel. Never did get the inside-outside, shade-sun shuffle right.
Its a remay like material, with a shade cloth over it.
Shade cloth comes off after a week,
If the weather is right, week after that they can go outside.

Need to get the toms outside to make room for the rest of the peppers, although the all like it warm.

Have a little heater/thermostat to keep them warm on cool nights.
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Old May 18, 2017   #318
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A few days ago seedlings hardened off, yesterday started planting out.
Happy days
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Old May 18, 2017   #319
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Great looking plants all!! Karen what and how often do you have to feed the container Tomato's? This my first year for containers. I was also wondering if the Dwarf's and the Heirloom Indeterminate's have the same decease qualities as like the Big Boy etc of the world?
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Pete p.s. you were correct - my sunburned plants all turned out fine
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Old May 26, 2017   #320
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I am still eagerly awaiting these fruit to ripen on the plant that I hope is Sweet Sue RL.
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