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And Old Post and Korean Watermelons

Posted by georgew79 Z5 MO (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 3, 07 at 21:29

Hi all, a long time back there was some talk about various Korean watermelons and I had just happen to see some that the USDA had, boy from the Brix reading they are very sweet compaired to most, And I would very much like to find someone that might have some seeds of one or more of the following watermelons.
1. Shindewha
2. Seokwang
3. Ukdewha
I have some very nice and very rare tropical Okra seeds along with some big mixed yellow tomato and OrangeGlo watermelon seeds> The last is a very nice large up tp 40lbs Orange fleshed melon that is quite good and very rich flavored I have some rare hot peppers althought they are from Peru.
If any one has any seeds that they could trade me please fell free to email me and just put a reminder as to what its about. Or you can try and reach me here.
Thank You.
Georgew 7911 AT Yahoo dot com dot


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RE: And Old Post and Korean Watermelons

How does one go about looking to see if the USDA has seed for sale or trade or trialing? I was unaware that it was a function they maintained.


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