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Picture Page 49
 9-22-02

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 Tomatoes are doing fine even though we are still having 90 degree days.

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 First tomato is about golf ball size with plenty of blooms. 

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 Pickle Bush plants are full of  blooms with the first cucumbers starting to show. 

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 It's is still a little warm to be growing lettuce but that doesn't stop me from trying. Butter Crunch is is doing OK but the Romaine is getting a little long gated. 

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brocoli.jpg (24422 bytes)  No sign of broccoli or cauliflower yet. These regular size cucumber plants will have to be transplanted to gallon size garden. cucumber-lg.jpg (22359 bytes)

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