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Dark Fleshed Tomatoes

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?RPNTK 7 August 2010 Dark Fleshed Tomatoes Two types of dark fleshed tomatoes, heirlooms, indeterminate are depicted. The flesh is darker than a normal red tomato, depending upon the amount of ripening, and the fruit has a unique, pleasant, distinct … Continue reading

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Tomatoes Ripening

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?JFQPW 4 August 2010 Tomatoes Tomatoes are ripening quickly. There are very few culls and quality and shape is above average. There are about 15 varieties of about two plants each. The plants are all heavily laden with fruit. There … Continue reading

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22 July 2010 Supersonic Hybrid Tomato.

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?EQCCD 22 July 2010 Supersonic Hybrid Tomato. First tomato of the season. The first tomato was picked today, Supersonic Hybrid. there are 41 large, healthy tomatoes on this one plant. The bed consists of two plants of about 15 different … Continue reading

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Tomato Blight

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?RDVFA 16 June 2010 Tomato Blight The damage to the leaves on one plant was detected about a week ago. Not knowing what was the cause, I simply removed the leaves and assumed all would be well. Today I found … Continue reading

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Tomato Ring Support

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?HIWAY 21 May 2010 Tomato Ring Support The tomato ring is supported by half inch diameter rebar. Rings can be added as the plant grows, and at first look appears to be the best support that i have encountered, with … Continue reading

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Planting Tomatoes Outdoors.

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?WMRTE 20 May 2010 Planting Tomatoes outdoors. Twenty one tomato plants were removed from their pots an placed in the outdoor garden. The area was heavily mulched using chip bedding. The plants will be staked using rebar and the new … Continue reading

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Transplanting Tomato Plants

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?FYUWO 4 May 2010 Transplanting Tomato Plants These plants were purchased from a local supplier, since I was away and could not grow my own. The plants were root bound, so I decided to transplant into larger containers, since the … Continue reading

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New Type Tomato Plant Support

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?HSTRY New Type Tomato Plant Support This support at first look appears to be ideal for supporting tomato plants in the home garden. The ring is 9 inches in diameter and diameter is about 1/8 inch and is stiff and … Continue reading

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