Tag Archives: Tomato

Tangents and Tomatoes: How do you grow them indoors?

Busy, busy, busy time here on the farm. All 350 or so tomato plants hit their peak this past week, just as the corn passed its prime. It has been juicing and saucing time here at the homestead with dozens of new … Continue reading

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Tomato Juice Canning Day

Nothing new or exciting with the cows today. They are growing nicely, dealing well wth the weather, and otherwise…there!  Gives Mike time for harvesting, hauling, and delivering the produce, as well as other farm chores. I believe the following is … Continue reading

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Farm Experimentation

With the rains the tomato plants jumped. Yeah, I had that same mental impression the first time I heard the expression too. I could just picture them pulling up their roots in a cartoon-like fashion while their branches twirled a piece of twine . That’s … Continue reading

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