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Old 1 Week Ago   #76
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The elongated leaves with the smooth spear point look a lot like EPB or Crnkovic Yugo on that possible Elgin Pink cross. Elgin's Purple Balls could be what the tomato world is looking for.
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The elongated leaves with the smooth spear point look a lot like EPB or Crnkovic Yugo on that possible Elgin Pink cross. Elgin's Purple Balls could be what the tomato world is looking for.
Not blue? here's a thought: Elgin Pink crossed with Sgt. Peppers. Blue Peppery Balls.
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Maybe one day someone will make tomato cross that taste like hot pepper. mmm...
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Just use the same knife to slice a hot pepper first, and then a tomato immediately afterward. I have done that by accident before, and had to wonder for a moment why my tomatoes were spicy.
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Just use the same knife to slice a hot pepper first, and then a tomato immediately afterward. I have done that by accident before, and had to wonder for a moment why my tomatoes were spicy.
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Not blue? here's a thought: Elgin Pink crossed with Sgt. Peppers. Blue Peppery Balls.
Bwahahahahahaha!!!!
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it'll be fun to try to figure which Daddy got the job done. neighbors included many heavy hitters, Odoriko, Anna Maria's Heart, Crnkovic Y--as the gentleman from the recreational state astutely pointed out.

I know for a fact it's not stray seed or a mislabeled plant.

if I get to name something it'll be crazy, obscure, funny, and Mexican so you guys are forced to say a phrase that'll elicit a good laugh from a Spanish-speaking audience. Something like

Veneno para Arjona
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DeLaHoya's fishnets
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El Perro Aguayo

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Body bag for el perro aguayo! Great garden Gerardo. Love the colorful baskets.
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thanks Bower, long live El Perro Aguayo.
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Eager beavers ready to move into new homes; housing shortage to be resolved this weekend. After getting doused with Permethrin, DE, and now Copper, and getting pummeled by a heat wave, they are doing great. They are relaxing under a tree with their feet wet in veg compost-worm castings-alfalfa tea at 1:5 + a touch of BioBizz Bloom.
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I've had decent growth with heat wave.

there's also a good illustrative case of TSWV.

and finally, my resting period perch.
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