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bigbull338

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brother bought a big flat of nice tall veggie plants for like .50 cents each an planted them yesterday evening.still have peas to plant,but dont know where we will plant them now.an we have over 40 tater plants coming up real good.
 

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slick4591":ksckdd0u said:
ga.prime":ksckdd0u said:
Mortgage Lifters are very good tasting but they're one of those so called heirlooms that don't have disease resistance to anything. I've grown them before but didn't get many tomatoes because disease wiped them out. Good luck with them there, slick. If the Mortgage Lifters work for you another good heirloom you might want to try is Brandywine.

Thanks. I'm sure if they are not resistant we'll kill them quickly. :lol:

Heard of Brandywine but never tried them.
I always grow some heirloom toms. They really do have a richer taste. Downside for me is that they don't so darn long. If I put them in May (optimum time here), at over a foot tall, they aren't ready until September. We pray for late frosts.
 

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