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Harvesting happy tomatos

2011 row of handsome tomatos

wire mesh hanging bowl of tomatos waiting to be ripeOur tomato plants are on a downward decline, but I think they still look great.

Anna says we're getting close to meeting our goal of enough soups and sauces to get us through till next year.

The plan is to dry most of the excess and make enough ketchup to last the rest of this year and most of 2012.



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Congrats on your tomatoes! You just can't beat the taste of home-grown tomatoes.
Comment by John Sun Sep 11 00:02:40 2011
Yep, I kept thinking of making a post about the blight since it's been there neary all along. But it's hard to complain when I harvest at least half a bushel of tomatoes every week!
Comment by anna Sun Sep 11 07:47:23 2011

One very unique homestead, $1,500 per acre, the opportunity of a lifetime