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Lynn Coulter
Lynn Coulter

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  • anonymous
    Yes, but what tomatoes grow in the heat of Texas? I will occasionally find a Hybrid type that SAYS "Heat Tolerant"
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  • anonymous
    Here ya go anonymous.... •Early Bingo •Early Carnival •Early Celebrity •Early Heatwave •Early Merced •Early Sunmaster •Late President •Late Sunny •Late Surefire •Early and Medium Size Fruit -- Surefire •Small to Medium Size Fruit -- Porter Improved •Small to Medium Size Fruit -- Porter's Pride •Small to Medium Size Fruit -- Red Cherry Grande •Small to Medium Size Fruit -- Small Fry. Plant the seedlings deep, trim off all but the top two sets of leaves and bury the entire stem just leave the top two sets of leaves exposed, this builds a better root system. Keep them watered using a drip hose, not overhead sprinklers and make sure you have good soil..
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  • anonymous
    What tomato has the old fashioned acid-y flavor. I used to think Rutgers but they don't seem the same to me. When you say 'sour tang,' do you really mean acidic? I guess I just never thought of them as 'sour.'
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  • anonymous
    This is terrible!!!! Please don't keep betta fish in tiny little vases with no room to swim! Do your research, they need a heater and filter and room to be happy and healthy!
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  • anonymous
    I'm sorry Melissa but I have to agree with the above comment.. betta fish need more space regardless of what containers they are kept in at the stores; which are also inappropriate...
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