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Winter downtime

Ming Eng checks the wild spaghetti of lines that feed fertilizer to tomatoes at Glanford Greenhouses. The company’s greenhouses are cleared of tomato and cucumber plants and will be cleaned before getting ready for the new planting season next year.   - Sharon Tiffin/News staff
Ming Eng checks the wild spaghetti of lines that feed fertilizer to tomatoes at Glanford Greenhouses. The company’s greenhouses are cleared of tomato and cucumber plants and will be cleaned before getting ready for the new planting season next year.
— image credit: Sharon Tiffin/News staff

Ming Eng checks the wild spaghetti of lines that feed fertilizer to tomatoes at Glanford Greenhouses. The company’s greenhouses are cleared of tomato and cucumber plants and will be cleaned before getting ready for the new planting season next year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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