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    "When killing freezes threaten, pick all the green tomatoes. Place them in a single layer in cardboard boxes and store in a warm, dry area. Tomatoes will ripen within two to three months, lengthening your harvest. Think home-grown tomatoes for Christmas!" via The Farmer's Almanac

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