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    Hello form Rural Northern California

    Thank you. I try to Forum post 1 hour a day.... Scattered through out the day. It amazes me how many wonderful people I have met form around the world, who share common ground
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    Hello form Rural Northern California

    Hello everyone. Two of my passions brought me to this forum Gardening (farming) and Cooking For the past 50 years I have been involved in these two businesses as a grower, packer shipper, processor retailer and food service establishment owner It is fun being involved with taking food "off...
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    your own personal garden

    We grow year round for our personal use and for selected customers locally. We raised the family with a 365 day 20 Acre Truck Farm and Fruit stand. Our crops now: Tomatoes basil cilantro Eggplant Onions Spinach Peas Pole green Beans Cucumbers Melons Potatoes Many of our vine crops are...
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    Tomato Question

    Some knowledgeable "mater experts here. Allie, if you are looking for consistent production of good tasting tomatoes, may I suggest Early Girl, Champion and Stupice. Early Girls and Stupice (from the Ukraine and cold hardy) will be vigorous and early fruit set. Th Early Girl produce a...
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    Considerations when growing tomatoes in containers

    The only thing may be a bit too much fertilizer... Blossom end rot, you know, is usually the consequence of Calcium deficiency and water Management. You are using a Calcium additive so that is Good. Are both containers set up to drain the same? Have they the same soil mix? But just like all...
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