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Itï¿½s as if tomato plants were our lovers, given nicknames to woo them. In many backyard gardens this time of year, people are courting their tomatoes, watching them grow from three-leaf seedlings too small to ever need the tall metal cages that surround them, to heavy bushes with ripe fruit dangling, warm and ready to eat.
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