Notes and Comment

October 1982
New Yorker;10/4/1982, Vol. 58 Issue 33, p33
The article discusses the author's experience of having a friend who planted various kinds of vegetables including lettuce and tomatoes. Tomato seedlings and lettuces have grown so well and became very productive during the harvesting period. Proper watering and maintenance are noted to be the essential factors that influence the growth and productivity of plants.


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