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Tomato Question

  • Subject: Tomato Question
  • From: "Bill Meyer" <njhosta@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Sun, 28 Apr 2002 19:44:46 -0400

Hi Narda,
        I don't know what would grow and produce well in a pot, but it may
be a good idea to add greensand or some other source of trace elements. The
best tomato variety I've run across for tomato quality is a new one. 'Bucks
County' from Burpee has been out for three years and is a cross involving
'Brandywine' and modern beefsteaks. It gives medium-sized, nicely shaped
fruit with top-notch flavor, but production is only so-so. Don't know about

.......Bill Meyer

> In a message dated 4/28/02 3:04:56 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> CBCTPLANT@aol.com writes:
> << Wow!
>  Thanks !  That was fast...before the water/sugar mixture even boiled I
>  answers!
>  I love these lists.
>   >>
> Carol, everyone has given you good advice on the hummer thing!  I found
> that it is beneficial to the hummers to add a few drops of liquid vitamins
> that is available in pet stores for birds.  Also, if your feeders are not
> emptied frequently by the birds then you should do it, two days is about
> on the amount of time to be allowed.
> My mom has to fill her feeders twice a day.
> While I am here I would like to ask the vegetable gardeners out there what
> a good tomato to pot up for my grandmother's porch? She is ninety-one
> old and does not get around too well but she is sharp as a tack, and she
> love tomatoes and misses having a garden.
> Also, has anyone had any experience with adding SAP to pots containing
> tomatoes to eliminate the need for so much watering?
> Thanks so much to anyone who can help me here.
> Narda
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