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Latest Activity: Sep 17, 2019
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"we're getting ready to harvest a couple hundred acres of paste tomatoes".
The backyard gardener's mind boggles. That's some kinda tomato sauce.
Lynda, you told me where you farm by I forgot. As for tomatoes, here in Oregon (or at least in Portland) we will have to wait a while before anything turns red. But we're hoping. I do believe I saw a little blush on one of my maters the other day.
Also, what variety of pastes do you grow?
has anyone heard of this or is made up for them.
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