You Say Potato I Say Tomato

thumbs upOMG plant lovers, a company have released a plant called “Ketchup and Fries” or “TomTato”. No silly, it doesn’t flower fries. A single plant can grow tomatoes above and potatoes below. Even better, it hasn’t been genetically engineered but grafted. You can expect to harvest about 500 red cherry tomatoes and 4.5 lbs of potatoes from each plant.


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9 responses to “You Say Potato I Say Tomato

  1. That throws crop rotation out the window. I always understood that you rotate underground crops one season with above ground crops the following. So do you just plant right side up one year & upside down the following???

    • Don’t you guys down under plant everything upside down?

      • Yeah but upside down is right side up but for us so right side up is up.. errr down errrr.. Now I’m just plain confused. But if the whole North Up/South Down thing is a conspiracy dating back to the days of sailing ships when maps were 1st made & the world was dominated by Northern Hemisphere countries then South could really be Up which means rather than being Down Under we are actually Up Over. Woukld Wombats & other superior Mamals choose a geologically inferior country to inhabit. I think my North down/Sout Up theory is more scientifically accurate. Look outside the Matrix Binky, look outside the Matrix…

      • I’ll stand on my head to show solidarity with my brethren!

  2. Now that is just cool. What will they think of next? A animal that is part bacon and part steak?

  3. hello friggin loon its dennis the vizsla dog hay as above so below!!! or not!!! ha ha ok bye

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