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May 23, 2016 1:07 PM CST
Name: Arlene
Grantville, GA
That's how I plant too, alphabetically. At least you can have a good guess if there's no tag. But this year, I didn't do that, partly because I planted tomatoes at three different times and planted them out the same way. I did keep a list in my phone by row, but I still got a Jagodka mixed in with Porterhouse. But I know what it is because those two were part of the first planting. Jagodka is pretty easy to identify too. And, by the way, I got five ripe tomatoes from one of them on Saturday! Thank you, Joseph for those seeds.

Just on a funny note, when we take tomatoes to market, we have samples for tasting because we usually have about ten varieties. Most I can identify by looking at them but some years we have a lot of new to me varieties and if they don't get marked when we're picking them, I just label them NOID. People have actually thought that is a tomato variety! Big Yellow Grin

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