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Old May 12, 2017   #361
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Critter damage.
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Old May 13, 2017   #362
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I've had squirrel damage too. It seems to be mainly the low fruit.
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Old May 16, 2017   #363
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WES - my new favorite right behind BrandyBoy!
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Old May 16, 2017   #364
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Oh no, is that your first fruit? Pick just after it blushes and ripen on your counter until you can
remedy the critter destruction.
Do you use any top dressing fertilizers like PlantTone? They love the stuff. A good diversion tactic.
It may even make them a bit sick. (i put some out in a deli lid one night and it was gone by morning.)
-i was putting some in the planting hole and they dug up a few plants last year.
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Old May 23, 2017   #365
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Old July 21, 2017   #366
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Sunny Boy from 2016
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Old July 21, 2017   #367
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Here are a few pics of my summer plants in Miami. Normally summer is the downtime for tomato plants in Miami, but these are Everglades plants.

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Old July 21, 2017   #368
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Look like I lost my pics. I'll try again.
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Old August 17, 2017   #369
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fused, blossom-end-rotting Bush Beefsteaks determinates 8/17/17, apparently not liking the cold damp summer. I sure hope they all aren't like that, considering they are determinates.
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Old August 17, 2017   #370
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Oxheart plants 8/17/17 but only blossoms so far. Slower than molasses in winter. I have hopes for Indian Summer to maybe get a couple of toms off of these, yet.
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Old August 19, 2017   #371
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Probably Wes, but it may be Mayo's Delight or Russian 117. I grew all three together in the same bed.
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Old August 19, 2017   #372
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My 86-year-old mom with her "braggin' 'maters," all Big Beef. The one on the scale is 1 b, 11+ oz.

mum's 1lb 11oz tomato_resized.jpg mums braggin maters_resized(1).jpg
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Old August 19, 2017   #373
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Absolutely outstanding! Congrats!



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My 86-year-old mom with her "braggin' 'maters," all Big Beef. The one on the scale is 1 b, 11+ oz.

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