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Old December 13, 2018   #61
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I used SunGolds as the separator of the red ones.

ZipCode - Thanks for the info. Last season my Sakura's were not nearly as sweet as SunPeach but in the end, they kept their taste better. (Albeit the SunPeach's were 10 months old then and I had untreated Russet Mites).

Will update again when the others are ripe.
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Old December 13, 2018   #62
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Amazing report! Thanks!!
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Old December 13, 2018   #63
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Wow! Lots of cherry toms! Thanks for the update. Can you update us on the full-sized tomatoes you are growing -- any ripe yet?

BTW -- I look out my window at the cold gray sky and brown grass, and your garden makes me so wishful that I had some green to look at (besides house plants). You have a gorgeous tomato garden!

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Old December 13, 2018   #64
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Thank you; they look great, and no splitting!
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