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A Tomato Truth

     Perhaps the Gen-X and Millennial people, raised to embrace all Google Algorithms, consider a Tomato, to be, well just a Tomato.  Not so for The Boomers and The Befores who were forced to eat those terrible "hot house tomatoes" for 10 months while waiting for the delight of the July/August "home growns". That, at least for me, all changed when the hydroponics became a staple.  Seriously, is there any "Master Gardner" out there who thinks that week-in and week-out he/she can deliver a better Tomato than Campari.  Yes, we like to find the few seasonal "farmers markets" and are happy to cough up the $2.50 lb. for the nostalgia, but more often than not we wish we had just stopped at the supermarket

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