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Your ideas on tomato growing
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Frick n Frack on the farm    Posted 05-17-2001 at 05:57:51       [Reply]  [Send Email]
We are growing tomato's to sell on our small farm. We would like to know your ideas regarding the best way to stake up rows that are 100 feet in length.

Last year we used steel fence posts, it worked but we are looking for other ideas. Thanks for your input.


Mudcat49    Posted 05-17-2001 at 09:48:24       [Reply]  [No Email]
We plant ours on plastic and use wood stakes to stake them with 1 stake for every 2 plants, we tie 4 rows of twine.


Dan G/Soganofla    Posted 05-17-2001 at 10:46:23       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hey Mud! You got the name of someone I could buy a small quantity of drip line like you guys water tomatoes with? I'd like to get a couple thousand feet for next year's garden, and I can't seem to find a supplier around here.


wildflower    Posted 05-18-2001 at 17:21:44       [Reply]  [No Email]
Where are you? Rainflo in PA and Peaceful Valley Farm supply in CA has T tape and fittings,by mail.


Bart    Posted 05-18-2001 at 14:02:11       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Dan,

I have bought from www.irrigation-mart.com for several years. They seem to be helpful honest people with reasonable prices.

Bart


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