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Post  timwardell on Sun Mar 28, 2010 8:49 pm

Found this while shopping at Calloway's Nursery today:
Bring your entries to any Calloway’s Nursery (DFW) on June 26 or Cornelius Nursery (Houston) Nursery on June 12, between 9 and noon. Fill out a registration form for each entry. First Prize ($50) and Second Prize ($25) will be awarded at each store for two categories: Best Quality Tomato and Largest Tomato. Judging begins at noon. Start your vegetable garden today!
You can find more information here:
http://mytexasgarden.com/?page_id=387

How cool would it be if the winning tomato came from a Square Foot Garden?! Very Happy
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Post  choksaw on Sun Mar 28, 2010 10:56 pm

that would be awesome Tim im hopeing to have some huge beefsteaks this year
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Post  timwardell on Mon Mar 29, 2010 5:53 pm

I've never had success with large tomatoes. The Texas heat tends to make them crack unless the moisture levels are just right. I'm doing an experiment wherein I have some growing in my SFG and some in 2 EarthBoxes that I bought. Maybe this year will the year. I love cherry tomatoes but they just don't do justice to a sandwich.
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