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    Dee Bleau

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    I did not know that. I am picking them up this weekend.



    The blisters could be from the acid in the tomatoes and not the chemicals. You

    might want to try picking up yellow tomato plants as they are low-acid.



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    Ann Garner

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    At 07:40 PM 6/27/2008, you wrote:


    > I did not know that. I am picking them up this weekend.


    Dee, if he does not like the yellow tomatoes, try mixing them in

    cooking. IIRC there is also a pink variety that is lower acid than the red.

    Ann in Arkansas

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