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a need for tomato cages: old, used, tired, & broken

  • Subject: [cg] a need for tomato cages: old, used, tired, & broken
  • From: susan susan@benarcik.com
  • Date: Fri, 17 Oct 2003 18:54:07 -0400

To whom it may concern,

I just found the community garden message board while desperately looking for tomato cages (for artwork)
Sadly, there was an unanswered posting from 2001, asking if anyone had a creative use for tomato cages.
I do, I'm in need of all/ any that I'm able to get my hands on. Please let me know if you can help. Time is of the essence.


Susan Benarcik
212 358 7069

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