ATTACK OF THE TAINTED TOMATOES

July 6, 2008

The plants took root from undigested tomato seeds in sewage water that floods the streets in that neighborhood after a heavy rain.”We know raw sewage is backing onto our streets. You can’t say that this is definitively from the flooding, but it’s very possible,” said Dawn. “These tomatoes were not planted here. Does this look like a community garden to you?” The plants are growing in an empty lot, filled with mud and gravel. In one spot, gnarled tomato plants are even growing out of cracks in the sidewalk. On Marshall Drive, they are growing from underneath a chainlink fence…………..READ FULL STORY http://www.nj.com/hobokennow/index.ssf/2007/10/attack_of_the_killer_tomatoes.html

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