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HAVE: Wanna make a lightning trade of '09 mater seeds?

Posted by mary4b 4b WI (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 20, 09 at 8:28

I put this already in the tomato forum, not realizing it was supposed to be in the exchange forum...I can still do a few trades this week...it's snowing out!

Hi there,
I'm still "winter sowing" my tomatoes this week and since it's plenty cold here in WI, there's probably time for a quick trade so that we can try even more types this year!

For this trade I'd prefer:
1. trades of 4 varieties or more with 1 to 3 people
2. to trade about 6 seeds per trade, but more if you need/want
3.to arrange trade by e-mail on Monday and
4. post seeds no later than Wednesday, Apr 22
I'm easy to work with. Let's make this work for both of us. I always try to be generous and prompt. I honestly think 4 seeds per trade would be enough for me, as I have excellent germination usually, but I thought others would probably want more, so please just tell me what you prefer and if I have them, that's fine! I'm sure I have at least 10 of each of those listed below.

All of these seeds below were packed for the 2009 season. Most are from Jung's in Wisconsin and I have had excellent germination with their seeds. I'd prefer 2009 seeds, but if you are having good germination with something on my list, just let me know the year so that I can make a choice. I have a few nice older seeds, as well, that can be offered, which I will make note of.

HAVES:

2009 seeds available to trade (at least 6 of each avail.):

Reds, Large to extra-large:
Grandaddy Hybrid, Det
Better Boy F1 Hybrid,
Big Beef Hybrid
Supersteak Hybrid
Mortgage Lifter (pink-red) Jung's
Mortgage Lifter (pink-red) Burpee's Heirlooms
Costoluto Genovese (came from Italian seed company)

Red Early:
Wayahead med
Legend med-large
Bloody Butcher sm-med

Reds, Medium:
John Baer
Rutgers
Marglobe
Wisconsin 55
Siberian (small-med, packed 2007, had A+ germination in '08)
Ace 55 VF

Romas:
Health Kick (small-med, high lycopene, 50% more)
Siberian (small-med), 2007)
Amish Paste (2007)
Opalka
Viva Italian Hybrid
Golden Rave Hybrid

Cherry-sized:
Chocolate Cherry
Jelly Bean Hybrid (grape tomato)
Sub Arctic Plenty (early)
Yellow Pear
SunSugar Hybrid (2007)

other Heirlooms, not solid red, listed in order
from smallish to xtra large:

Red Zebra (2-3" fruit)
Lemon Boy Hybrid
White Wonder
Aunt Ruby's German Green
Caspian Pink
Black Brandywine
Mr. Stripey
Pineapple

WANTS:
Hillbilly
Black Krim
Stupice
Kimberly
Moskovich
Mrs. Maxwell's Big Italian
Silvery Fir Tree
Brandywine OTV
Red Pear
Gigantesque
Earl of Edgecombe
Sweet Hearts Hybrid T
Big Bite Hybrid
Big Zac Hybrid
Tomcat Hybrid
Anna Russian
Matina
Delicious
German Johnson Pink
German Red Strawberry
Watermelon Beefsteak
Orange Strawberry
Heinz 1439
Nyagous
Kellog's Breakfast
Fourth of July
Cherokee Purple
Green Grape
Gregory's Altai
San Marzano
Riesentraube
Sungold
Dona Hybrid

If you have something else to offer, feel free to make a suggestion, I'm new to tomato collecting! I'll respond to all e-mails on Monday.


Follow-Up Postings:

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RE: HAVE: Wanna make a lightning trade of '09 mater seeds?

Hi. I have some of the tomatoes on your want list. I will be sending you an email shortly.

Penny


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RE: HAVE: Wanna make a lightning trade of '09 mater seeds?

Email sent


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RE: HAVE: Wanna make a lightning trade of '09 mater seeds?

Thanks to all who responded. We've completed the trading for now. I may be open to making large trades again in July August or after this year's harvest. I discovered that I prefer larger trades (8 or more varieties.) Have a good mater season everyone!


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RE: HAVE: Wanna make a lightning trade of '09 mater seeds?

mary4b - I never got a reply to my email so I assume the trade is a no go?


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