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Those are real beauties Jerry! I cant wait until my better boys and Brandywines make! Right now I only have grape tomatoes, and they are coming along great!
You have really got a good bale garden going, Congratulations! E.
They were about 10" tall if my memory serves me when they went in the bales on March 16th.
These are plants I seeded January 14th. They were dragged in and out of doors very often from the time they were about 10 days old. They were hardened off to full sun from the time they were about two weeks old. The late Winter Early Spring weather cooperated nicely.
I got an unusually early fruit set which may never happen again in my lifetime. It is not unusual here at my place for the first flush of blooms to not set fruit.. but this year they did.