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Tandra Griffiths
I wouldn't suggest a tomato fertilizer, since they actually tend to be very high in nitrogen. Tomatoes love nitrogen :)
   
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Jes Lynn
HELLLLPP!!!
I just got home and my beautiful pepper is so completely wilted that I sprayed her and a leave broke off from the weight.. She was totally fine this morning What the heck happened ??????
   

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