Growing Tomatillo

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17 Aug 14 Marie (USA - Zone 8a climate)
Tomatillos have done well here in Texas, which is extremely hot and dry. I grow them in the summer, and they seem to do well in temperatures over 39 degrees Celsius. Humidity does not bother them, but pruning lower branches helps prevent rot.
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