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#32543 June 5th, 2005 at 08:26 PM
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Hey, all my gardening friends up north. New owner of a greenhouse business and I've overplanted my tomato crop. Any ideas how I can unload a couple thousand plants.

#32544 June 5th, 2005 at 08:29 PM
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No I, I planted about 50 and had to give a bunch away myself. But welcome to the forum.

#32545 June 5th, 2005 at 08:55 PM
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Do you have a local Auction place
(We have one called Genter's Auction,
in Springville, NY)
and every Wednesday, at like 4:00am, in the
morning, they're selling livestock...
and outside they have many fresh fruit stands and in back they sell everything from A~Z...
They have all sorts of local nurseries, greenhouse's and local regular everyday folks selling their extra plants..

Just an idea...

Also, start a roadside stand in front of your house and put your kids, husband, mother, neighbor, whoever you know to sell them...

Or donate them to your local towns, they could use them in pots around town...
*I'm tryin' to get our town to do something like that..*

Or donate them to some senior appartment complex's.
Or donate them to a bigger towns' beauty enhancement programs...


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