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Goatbag Tomato Seed

Posted by Growingwjoy Indiana (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 19, 13 at 11:27

Anyone know where to find GOATBAG Tomato seed?

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RE: Goatbag Tomato Seed

moving this along, 4 months is long enough.

RE: Goatbag Tomato Seed

Closest I could come to that name is one called Goat Tit. It was listed in the 2013 Seed Savers Exchange Yearbook. Described as "90 days, indeterminate, 4" long by 2" wide, has nipple on the end, very productive, nice dry flavor, use in salsa."

Here is a link that might be useful: Seed Savers Exchange

RE: Goatbag Tomato Seed

Thanks to all who posted - I did locate the Goatbag Tomato at a Garden Center in Indiana - they do not know where it originated from - it was there when they purchase the business and they have been growing it ever since. The seed is weaken and they only sell the plant these days - no longer the seed. Many thanks for all your help!

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