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#100967 Aug 1st, 2007 at 12:55 AM
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This pic is 3-6 days pre-harvest on this particular plant ...yes mr. stripey. he will produce to late october mid november.. [Linked Image]


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Ooh. Nice ChefBill
We were talking about EHT of my toms the other day. I have Mr. Stripey too. Want to see mine?
here ya go;


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So that puts me about how many weeks behind you? lol


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Originally Posted by SpringFever
:LOL: :LOL: Wrennie I thinks ya have a problem!!

yeah, its called living in a mountain valley in the northeast.


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Ohhhhhhhhhh - YUMMY!

Don't worry Wrennie - my tomatoes are in the same exact stage as yours, as are my cucumbers - will I ever see one ripen???


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My tomatoe plants look the same Wrennie, and mine are cherry tomatoes lol


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Looking great no matter what stage they're in to us gardeners.


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Wreenie that is one beautiful picture...seriously with the water droplet and the colors are so vivid...keep that pic for not only the beuty of it but also when you are sinking your teeth into a big sweet fat juicy tomato from that plant...well I think youo know where I am going with this.
And if it's comforting at all... I know a few folk that are even still weeks behind you...it'll happen.
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My Mr Stripy's are green, have been for a few weeks. Will they ever turn red??? It sure has been warm enough!


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Originally Posted by plants 'n pots
Ohhhhhhhhhh - YUMMY!

Don't worry Wrennie - my tomatoes are in the same exact stage as yours, as are my cucumbers - will I ever see one ripen???


Isn't it amazing? Here I am in NYC, not that far away at all, and i've picked a TON of my tomatoes already! neener
..and half a dozen cukes already.. lol lol

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Great shots chef, hope they grow well for you, so you can pick them soon! grin


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Originally Posted by badplanter
Isn't it amazing? Here I am in NYC, not that far away at all, and i've picked a TON of my tomatoes already! neener
..and half a dozen cukes already..


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hows the air pollution down there treatin' ya? neener


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:Lol: lol

Not doing any good for me, but it must be for my plants! neener neener why


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