A Tomato, Grown in Garbage

There are LOTS of ways to go green. You can eat organic food. Buy reusable shopping bags. And even stick a brick in your toilet.

Or you can dedicate SIX MONTHS of your life to growing a FREAKING tomato and blog about it EVERY week!

And then, you can make a VIDEO about it and set it to music:


 

You know you LOVE the song! Digging that up took some MAJOR nerdy-ness on my part.

Actually, growing that tomato was QUITE an experience. I really enjoyed doing it. I can’t wait for the spring, so I can do it again!

Stay tuned, DiseaseProof’s GREEN revolution has only begun!

This year's garbage tomato has begun
 

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Sara - October 28, 2008 11:13 PM

You are probably the only guy who has made growing a tomato into a video. I like the song "Homegrown Tomatoes" which you had on a post some months ago. Now you can try making a cold frame and growing some collards,kale or romaine during the winter.

Cheryl - May 3, 2009 5:32 PM

I enjoyed the video. I especially liked the song...Little Shop of Horrors is my favorite movie.

Liz - July 22, 2009 8:17 PM

This happened to me once... on accident! A fruit-bearing tomato plant sprang up from our backyard compost bin and gave us cute little cherry toms before being mixed in to the rest of the compost in the fall. Mmm, garbage tomatoes...

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