[tomato] Tomatoes

Thomas Giannou (Tomato@GlobalGarden.com)
Tue, 10 Aug 1999 13:36:32 -0700

Dear Pete,

I don't know where people got the idea you sent an attachment with your
e-mail.  I detected no attachment with the message below.  What mail
software are you using?

I'd like to be eating tomatoes.  Mine are still quite green.  My pepper
plants have really gone nuts this year.  They are producing like I've never
seen before.  Too bad I'm somewhat limited in eating the hot ones.  The
green chili peppers are nice and tasty.  I think I'll dig up the hot pepper
plant and move it to a 5 gallon bucket and do the same with one of the green
chili pepper plants.  I may even try pruning back the sweet 100 outside and
moving that plant to a bucket.  I'd like to have all of those growing inside
this winter.... provided my wife doesn't object too much.  So far, the only
ripe tomatoes I've had are from the Sweet 100 growing inside.  They have
been nice and tasty.  The neighbors have had a few small ripe early girl
tomatoes.  This has been one of the worst years I've seen in the past 20
years for tomatoes in our location.

Thomas Giannou
Spokane, Washington

----- Original Message -----
From: Orchid <orchid@ispchannel.com>
To: Tomato Discussion Group <Tomato@GlobalGarden.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 10, 1999 7:52 AM

> Hello?
> Anyone Home?
> Anybody from the tomato list around?  It's sure been quiet here.  Are you
> guys too busy eating your tomatoes?  Let's see some wild tomato talk!!
> Pete, South Florida, Zone 10