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Wow, it certainly seems like a lot of effort. I hope you're rewarded with a monster tomato.


Hi, Matt. Nice of you to drop by. I'm hoping they'll be big, but a monster? I doubt it.


Hi I was wondering how they went any chance of an update on the end results thanks in advance


Hi, Trev, Yes, I posted one here. http://helengazeley.typepad.co.uk/gardenwriter/2015/09/gigantomo-tomatoes-taste-update.html

Thank you for your interest.


hi helen got one mrga bloom on my gigantimo plant at present what would u recomend feed it with. ken


Hi, Ken. Just normal tomato feed, applied according to the instructions on the pack.

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