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  1. Guest of the site "With Your Own Hands"

    Last year, the harvest of tomatoes was excellent: I barely had time to collect ripe fruit. And they were all large, with good juicy color. And when she began to make blanks, she discovered that many had white and some kind of "wooden" flesh. It was impossible to say in appearance of these fruits that I shot them immature. On the contrary, she was even afraid that they would be overripe. Dear gardeners, tell me, please, what is the reason? And what should I do so that this does not happen again?

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