The Tomato Hydra

It's alive! Farmer T holds an Isis Candy ready for planting.

Farmer J admits that she can be a little too soft-hearted to be a true gardener.  Weeding still troubles her, but she is slowly coming around.

To her horror, she discovered that weaving the branches into the fence sometimes results in the breakage of a branch or two.  While some might toss these branches into the compost pile, Farmer J prefers to root them.  It turns out that tomato plants do not need much encouragement.  It is enough to drop the branches in a water-filled vase.  Within a few days, they are ready for action.

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