Spring catalog of Alexander's good seeds : the best that grow selected for the south . in large field cropsand home gardens from Jersey toFlorida and Texas to Tennessee, eachcrop only shows more conclusively thatIt is EVERYTHING CLAIMED. Enor-mously prolific for the size of its fruit,which are perfectly formed, solid, bright ^HHred, uniform size, smooth skin, meat fine vgrained and firm, the most perfectly ^flavored Tomato we have ever eaten.You can not beat it for quality or quan-tity of yield. The plant is strong andvigorous; we have had ripe fruit in 108days. It is a continuous bearer and

Spring catalog of Alexander's good seeds : the best that grow selected for the south . in large field cropsand home gardens from Jersey toFlorida and Texas to Tennessee, eachcrop only shows more conclusively thatIt is EVERYTHING CLAIMED. Enor-mously prolific for the size of its fruit,which are perfectly formed, solid, bright ^HHred, uniform size, smooth skin, meat fine vgrained and firm, the most perfectly ^flavored Tomato we have ever eaten.You can not beat it for quality or quan-tity of yield. The plant is strong andvigorous; we have had ripe fruit in 108days. It is a continuous bearer and Stock Photo
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Spring catalog of Alexander's good seeds : the best that grow selected for the south . in large field cropsand home gardens from Jersey toFlorida and Texas to Tennessee, eachcrop only shows more conclusively thatIt is EVERYTHING CLAIMED. Enor-mously prolific for the size of its fruit, which are perfectly formed, solid, bright ^HHred, uniform size, smooth skin, meat fine vgrained and firm, the most perfectly ^flavored Tomato we have ever eaten.You can not beat it for quality or quan-tity of yield. The plant is strong andvigorous; we have had ripe fruit in 108days. It is a continuous bearer and inthe very dry Spring of 1914 was the BEST DRYWEATHER TOMATO. We recommend it speciallyto all Southern canners. HOME GARDENERS whohave made a failure of tomato growing, usually mak-ing a lot of vine and no fruit, will be practicallysure of a crop from this seed and our special cul-tural directions. You will not be disappointed withit for any purpose as a main crop, sure crop tomato.It sells at sight. Its QUALITY creates a greaterdemand and the large yield leaves a good net profit.. Price: Pkt. 15c; ya oz. 30c; oz. 50c; V4 lb. $1.50:lb. $5.00, postpaid. Price of plants at bottom. Mr. T. J. Gardner, Edgefield County, S. C, wroteus July fi, 1915. the following report of his experi-ence with this tomato. We were also told by aneighbor of Mr. Gardners who came in our storein Augusta to buy some of the DIXIE Seed, thathe had never seen such fine crops of Tomatoes asthose raised by Mr. Gardner from this seed. I raise tomatoes for the late fall market. Forthis I plant the seed the first of June in beds, andwhen large enough to transplant set them in rows6 feet wide and 4 feet in drill. I use wide rows soas to cultivate late and for convenience in gathering. I break my land in Spring and harrow until Iget ready to transplant. I then lay off my rowswith 6-inch shovel plosv and put in 200 pounds ofcomplete fertilizer, analyzing 8-4-4. I make a smallridge on this and set my tomatoes. After

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