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Posted by dawnsearlylight z7NY (My Page) on
Sat, May 24, 03 at 21:21

i'm such a chicken when it comes to growing food. this is my first year trying.

i've got oregon spring tomato seedlings. slow to put them somewhere-chicken!

why i'll never know. maybe the commitment to fertilizing and of fear of failing.

well, wish me luck.

dawn


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  • Posted by Trudi_d 7, Long Island (My Page) on
    Sat, May 24, 03 at 23:17

You can do it Dawn....I've done toms in full sun or part shade and both have succeeded well. Sometimes the toms in part shade have done better because the fruits did not get sunscald. Toms basically are weeds, we just give them a stick to grow on.

Hugs,

Trudi


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No matter what you plant and how well it grows or fails, remember that you are getting a gardening education. We is never to old to learn. After more than forty years of gardening, I still learn something new every year. It's thrilling. Such a high. Plant and enjoy it.


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