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More Tomato Leaf Documentation

Posted by trudi_d 7, Long Island (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 21, 06 at 11:46

Who says you can't Winter Sow tomatoes? I think we've finally layed that myth to rest! QUACK!

I've added a good fifty new scans of tomato leafs to my documentation file.

Tomato leaf scans are a good resource for identification. Also, if you're just jonesing for tomatoes, you can "leaf" through this album and enjoy the view. All the scans are thumbnail images: if you want a bigger view then just click on the leaf.

You can start with the first scan on the list and then click on the bunster at the bottom of each scan to go through the album a scan at a time, or you can click on any individual name in the master list and go to that page directly.

Trudi

Here is a link that might be useful: Tomato Leaf Scans


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RE: More Tomato Leaf Documentation

Love the mallard duck on the page. Reminded me of the battle of '05.


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RE: More Tomato Leaf Documentation

That was the then, but this is the now ;-)


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