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Old 11-20-2013, 10:41 PM
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Default Re: Home grown San Marzano Tomatoes

I will collect a whole lot in Aprilish from my next crop, which will be subtropical (after 2 seasons )
or if dad has some ripe ones(he should) I will collect some temperate ones in January when I visit.
It wont be millions but I will get a bit.
They seem pretty adaptable in either climate.
You are in Sydney which is half way.
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