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odd bumps on stem -- not primordia (i don't think)

Posted by bumtomatoes florida (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 26, 07 at 19:23

i tried to find someone with the same problem but i couldn't.. check it out:






also, i'm just curious if any of you happen to know what kind of spider this is? i assume it's a good guy?





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RE: odd bumps on stem -- not primordia (i don't think)

I have the same bumps too...but a lot more. They are on my Health Kick that has about 10 good size tomatoes on it...All else seems ok....

????????

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RE: odd bumps on stem -- not primordia (i don't think)

  • Posted by jean001 z8aPortland, OR (My Page) on
    Fri, Jun 29, 07 at 1:39

Root primordia, even though you don't believe it.

Can't see your critter well enough to know what it is. If it's a spider, realize that all are considered beneficial.


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