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Strange Tomatos

Posted by Carlson65 CA (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 29, 13 at 2:07

I've never ran across this situation before. I grow tomatoes every summer. I had an abundance of them this year. Very tasty.

There were three tomatoes that were the strangest things I;ve ever seen. Possibly someone can let me know what happened. They grew on the same plant and at about the same place on the plant.

Please look at the tomato pictures and let me know.

Thanks


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