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Close your eyes and taste that first ripe tomato... | Organic Gardening 365
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Close your eyes and taste that first ripe tomato…

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The Great American Tomato Race: 

19 Secrets How to Grow the First Ripe Tomato in Your Neighborhood

Whether you’re a brand new organic gardener or have been digging in the dirt and planting stuff since Andrew Jackson was a little boy, I hope you’ll enjoy this little book about growing tomatoes.

Just right click on the link below and you can download it.  Or you can left click and read it right here this very minute.


Also please don’t forget

  • You’ll receive some follow-up emails over the next several weeks with my famous Organic Gardening 365 Timeless Gardening Tips
  • And you’ll get the OG 365 email newsletter/blog from time to time with all kinds of great tips and inspiration for having a super-productive organic garden. (And did I mention recipes?)
  • If at any time you’d like to unsubscribe, there’s an unsubscribe link at the bottom of every email.
  • I’d love to hear what ideas were the most helpful in The Great American Tomato Race.  And if you have some get-ripe-tomatoes-quicker tricks up your sleeve that I haven’t mentioned, I’d love to add them to my report (and I’ll give you credit for them in the next edition)

So here’s to your first ripe tomato,

James Early

P.S.  I always love to hear about your success in the garden–and the lessons you’ve learned.  I’d love to hear about how you’ve applied some of the ideas you’ve learned from Organic Gardening 365.  I’d love to feature you here so everyone can see what you’ve accomplished.  We all can learn so much from each other.
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