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The hairs on your tomato plant

Ever notice the little hairs on tomato plants? Some varieties are sparsely covered, while others are almost fuzzy. They’re called trichomes. They can be long, short, sometimes so short they look like tiny bubbles on the skin surface, or a mixture of the two. Regardless, they have a very important role to play in your tomato plant’s development.

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