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Re: Tomatoes in the South

I'm reminded of a time many years ago when we had to have our septic
tank pumped out.  The service person was admiring my tomato plants
near where the tank had been dug out.  He said "I have the greatest
tomatoes each year where I hose out my truck after a run.  You know
nothing kills a tomato seed."

In a message dated 11/17/2006 10:17:29 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
holmesbm@usit.net writes:
I remember a wonderful story about a Florida man who used processed sludge
from the local treatment plant on his lawn and ended up with a yard full of
every variety of tomato imaginable.

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