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Old June 30, 2017   #16
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Originally Posted by franknmiss View Post
After pulling 12 plants this week due to tropical storm Cindy giving us a week of rain and every disease you can name - I had decided 2 peppers and 1 tomato per earth box next year to see if that helps. I'm beginning to think the deep south is the worst place to grow tomatoes.
I'll bet Northern California is really nice.
I GUESS it's alright.
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Old July 1, 2017   #17
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I usually grow 2 pepper plants per earthbox. Most of my plants get pretty large. You can do 4, but
I think you get better production with just two plants. They have room to grow larger.
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