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    This is Part Five of a seven part series on some quirks that can be found with tomatoes. If you missed the first four articles, you can check them out here: Tomato Quirks Part 1 - Catfacing Tomato Quirks Part 2 - Bumpy Stems Tomato Quirks Part 3 - Green Shoulders Tomato Quirks Part 4 -...
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    This is Part Four of a seven part series on some quirks that can be found with tomatoes. If you are interested in the other Tomato Quirks articles, here are the links: Tomato Quirks Part 1 - Catfacing Tomato Quirks Part 2 - Bumpy Stems Tomato Quirks Part 3 - Green Shoulders Tomato Quirks...
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    This is Part Three of a seven part series on quirks that can be found with tomatoes. If you are interested in checking out the other Tomato Quirk articles, here are the links: Tomato Quirks Part 1 - Catfacing Tomato Quirks Part 2 - Bumpy Stems Tomato Quirks Part 4 - Sunscald Tomato Quirks...
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    This is Part Two of a seven part series on Tomato Quirks. If you missed the previous article on catfacing, please check it out: Tomato Quirks Part 1 - Catfacing. You go out to your garden, begin checking out your tomatoes plants, and picking some great looking tomatoes. Then all of a sudden you...
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    This article begins the series on Tomato Quirks. Each article in the series will feature a common tomato quirk you may find in your vegetable garden. Tomato quirks are typically abnormalities that are found while growing tomatoes. They are usually harmless, but they may produce strange looking...
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    Have you ever gone out to the garden, and found a ripening tomato that gets your mouth watering, only to find that it is cracked or split open? The first reaction could be disappointment, followed by anger. Your mind flashes through possible scenarios that involve animal pests, insect pests, or...
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    One rainy day a couple weeks ago I was kicked back in the recliner catching up on some recently missed TV shows. While flipping through the channel I came across an infomercial about growing tomatoes using the Topsy Turvy Upside-Down Tomato Planter. For those that have no clue what a Topsy...
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