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Knock on wood, because I may jinx myself by publically declaring that my tomatoes look awesome. It is the healthier set of plants and fruit that I can ever remember, honestly. The plants are remarkably free of any pest problem, brown or yellowing leaf or rotting fruit. Most are heirloom varieties; they were fertilized once at planting with fish emulsion and immediately mulched with newspaper and pine straw.
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