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Re: legend

I had that experience with Brandywine last year.  Huge, bushy plant, but
only produced two tomatoes all season.  One of my club members had the
same results.  So I avoided that one this year.  The only tomatoes that are
doing anything for me are the cherry ones I grow in large pots hanging in 
my breezeway.  They are doing fine and have a lot of fruits about ready to
turn.  However, the _!@#$_ (mailto:!@#$)  squirrels climb up into the pots 
trying to get to the
birdfeeder hanging nearby, and have already done some damage.  I tell
myself the tomatoes in the garden are really suffering from the cool 
season and lack of sunshine.  Today promises to be the first really hot
day in July - it has rarely even reached 80 all month. Heavy storms last
night, and looks like nearly 6 inches of rain. First, a dry spring, and now
too much rain at once.  Crazy weather!  My geologist son says we shouldn't
call it "global warming," but "global weirding."
In a message dated 7/27/2009 9:45:35 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
justjess01@gmail.com writes:

"Legend"???? I have never heard of that one.  Mmmmm.  Sounds really
great.  Mine are not red yet, but I can't wait to have some of my own.
We got a slow start on ours this year.  And my Brandywine, which is
my FAVE, is not really producing.  The plant is big, and I get wimpy
flowers and no fruit.  Major disappointment.  But, I got started late
on them so it's no surprise.

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