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Black Sea Man tomato.  The one in front got chewed down, the one in back didn’t.  I don’t know why the larger one has curled leaves.  There’s no yellowing or anything…the plant is super sturdy.  Maybe too much water or nights are too chilly.   Not sure.  It’s a rugose-leaved (or potato-leaved) heirloom and is supposed to be an early variety.  I’ve always grown it in pots.  I don’t think it’ll fruit much before the Carbon but we’ll see.  It’s tomatoes are smaller anyway so maybe :)

(yes, I need to clean up between my raised beds.  Another thing I forgot to put on my list)

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