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  1. AbouMariam Tunkara

    Thank you so much is one of the best tomatoes growing demonstration i ever come across. I'm planning to grow tomatoes and okra in Gambia by using drip irrigation.

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  2. Amar Rushi

    Very very nice video. BTW whats tthe material of the string u r using? And can i use jute threads instead? will jute thread cut the stem off?
    Thnx in advance.

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  3. Harbie Aishah

    Am from Uganda for sure I love this waawoo am going to try it in my country because for us in Uganda we have a very big place and mutual fantail soil

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  4. tsimahei

    Israel is the pinnicle to anything the nation chooses to learn. Aggie is great there, but for the love o' Mike, get something on that soil! Tomatoes like cool soil. Shade the soil with heavy mulch and you should double production without any more effort. Another thing, check out https://www.nativeseeds.org/learn/nss-blog/470-growtomatoes and look up punta banda tomatoes, which were found thriving, no irrigation, in a desert village in Baja California.
    to open the soil, try raising surghum. When it hits the dough stage (seeds), cut it 6 inches high, irrigate, and it should tiller, forcing tap roots as deep as 12 feet. do that several times for the mulch and if more nitrogen is needed, plant vigna (cowpeas) with it. Then, harvest a crop and cut it low, then plant the punta banda tomatoes. Tomatoes are so easy, they almost domesticated themselves.

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  5. James Evans

    I NO THEY COUD USE A STRONG BACK SO MANY AMERICANS SITTING ON BUTT COLLECTING FREE MONEY SEND LAZY ABLE TO WORK OVER THERE TO HELP .IF THEY WILL NOT WORK THEY DO NOT EAT

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