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Going the garden for the first time

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Re: Going the garden for the first time

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Re: Going the garden for the first time

start with some fertizilizer after you test the soil, then check the climate and see what's the best to grow in your domestic area, then you locate the seeds then you dig a hole about 6-12 inches deep, then you water it every day with patience, don't be too eager to pick green tomatoes wait atleast 3-6 months before picking as this is a pretty good point. Now 1-2 years would be the most ideal, depends if your picking for the PenFED vine variety.

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