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Robert Tolmaci's Blog – June 2012 Archive (2)

Sunday Lunch

We decided to make lunch from as much of our produce as possible last Sunday. So I picked some tomatoes.

Some mushrooms.

Some parsley and spring onion.

Some eggs from our chooks.…


Added by Robert Tolmaci on June 5, 2012 at 12:58 — 6 Comments

Growing tomatoes from cuttings

Firstly, if this has already been covered I apologies. Doing a quick search I could not find any articles that covered this off. (I did not check all of the hundreds of post :-) )

Say you have grown some tomatoes, and one particular one is more vigorous than the others or has larger fruit or is more prolific; well you can propagate it from cuttings.…


Added by Robert Tolmaci on June 4, 2012 at 13:04 — 9 Comments

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