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Post  countrynaturals 11/22/2019, 9:06 pm

Turan wrote:You should be able to cut it back as far as you want. It should recuperate pretty quickly. You might want to take a pruned branch and let it root as a back up plant.  Those are yummy tomatoes!
Thanks, Turan. They are my new all-time faves! I love you
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Post  sanderson 11/27/2019, 2:42 am

Turan wrote:You should be able to cut it back as far as you want. It should recuperate pretty quickly. You might want to take a pruned branch and let it root as a back up plant.  Those are yummy tomatoes!
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OMG! My 4th of July tomato plant IS STILL PRODUCING FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE! Shocked
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I have other dead tomato plants with green tomatoes still hanging, but I found these this afternoon, a little puckered, but ripe, sweet, and juicy. We had a hard freeze in November, but all this came later. I'm so amazed by this variety I strongly recommend it as the first tomato any beginner should try to grow. winner
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