Jan 16, 2009 | 7:13 PM PST
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Well another week has gone by and the mutant tomatoes that took over the world are still growing very well. Our weave has now completed a couple of cycles and is looking pretty good. We now have 7-8 blossom sites and on the same vine the sites are only 2-3 inches apart. Last week-end we put 1/3 cup of corn cob ash for Potassium in a organic form. Corn cob ash is nearly 30% potassium, one of the highest sources. Regular ash from your fire place is 5-6%. Some of our blossoms are now yellow and starting to open. No camera card here so photo's Sat. This week end some tomato set spray and a big phosphorus hit with 15 55 6 super bloom our only salt based fertilizer. So it is mid Jan the plants are 6 weeks old and our control plant the in the regular pot Big boy is doing great. Way behind the mutant plants, but really a lot prettier plant overall. I have never managed to grow anything this stocky indoor s from seeds. More pics later.