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Growing in your Garden Now - Tomato Tips

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It’s tomato planting time!

You can plant your new carefully grown Master Gardener tomato plants when the ground is warm enough, 50-55 degrees and no danger of frost.  Did you know the little hairs on the stems can all produce new roots if you plant deep enough?  So give your plants a great boost. Click here for all you ever need to know about tomato planting.

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