Yorick
Yorick
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For my first time trying

growing tomatoes, I've refrained from growing in the yard since there's animals such as squirrels and deer that love freebies.

so I began by cloning stems over the winter indoors till now, they're in pots outdoors soaking in the sun, grabbing all the nutrients via bees and UV and whatever is in the soil lol

What I would like to know as a noob.. is there anything I'm missing out or am I on the right track?

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For my first time trying¬ ¬ growing tomatoes, I've refrained from growing in the yard since there's animals such as squirrels and deer that love freebies. ¬ ¬ so I began by cloning stems over the winter indoors till now, they're in pots outdoors soaking in the sun, grabbing all the nutrients via bees and UV and whatever is in the soil lol ¬ ¬ What I would like to know as a noob.. is there anything imp missing out or am I'm missing out or am I on the right track?

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well well, whadda ya know .. i got some plumpys no thanks to yall

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