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Everyone knows that Southerners <br />love their tomatoes!<br />Fried Green ones<br />With Seafood<br />Warm off the vine ...
Navigating the Course<br />
What are the Issues?<br />
General Considerations<br />
Staking Tomatoes<br />This will have a video from YouTube embedded <br />
Practicing What You Learned<br />This screen will have a link to a test and a link to a garden design plan where learner c...
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  1. 1. Everyone knows that Southerners <br />love their tomatoes!<br />Fried Green ones<br />With Seafood<br />Warm off the vine <br />Bright, juicy red ones<br />The tomato is as much a part of the Southern culture as beaches, festivals in the park and humidity. Anyone who gardens strives to grow perfect tomatoes. Only to be thwarted year after year by bad soil, bad weather and a bunch of bad bugs and diseases. Often the gardener In the northwest part of Florida is lucky to harvest ten tomatoes a year! This course seeks to provide the information needed to succeed in Growing Tomatoes in Northwest Florida. <br />We even write <br />Books and make movies about them<br />We use them<br />In Our Art<br />
  2. 2. Navigating the Course<br />
  3. 3. What are the Issues?<br />
  4. 4. General Considerations<br />
  5. 5. Staking Tomatoes<br />This will have a video from YouTube embedded <br />
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  7. 7. Practicing What You Learned<br />This screen will have a link to a test and a link to a garden design plan where learner can layout the planting bed<br />

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