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My "early girls" off to a great start

raptor700

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I've tried many varieties over the years, and i have the best luck with early girl hybrids.

I will update the pics as they grow, if they produce like last year i will have a bumper crop!

I have eliminated the "squirrel" problem so without any unforeseen disease it should be a great year.

I also need to get out the weed wacker!





 

nwdave

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Nice looking plants.  If it were here in my neighborhood, they'd need raingear and life preservers for the cold rains we have this year.
 

flash

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Looks real good. I am still pulling maters off my Cherry Bush one that we planted to get us thru Winter. Stayed in a pot till spring, then into the garden. She survived the transplant and is really setting some fruits. Got two or three other types of maters in the ground now too.
 

bamafan

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Kenneth REMEMBER your friends!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love me a good mater sandwich.

I have your number!
 

raptor700

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Update

It's been 2 weeks and the girls are doing fine.

It wont be long Tim, and we'll have all the maters we want!



Look Tim,Baby maters!



 

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