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WANTED: I have a fever, and the only cure is more Tomatoes

Posted by stereotype 8a (My Page) on
Sat, May 23, 09 at 15:42

Currently growing 3 varieties, and absolutely in love. Already harvesting off the grape tomatos, the plums are getting close, and the beefsteak just finished tomato number one. Long story short, I love it. Basically, I'd like to get my hands on a variety of tomatos, I still lack anything exotic, unusual, or heirloom. Anyone willing to give suggestions, or perhaps help me out further? You can contact me at Right now, this is solely an outdoor grow, but looking to test under my new 1000w HPS light very soon.

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RE: WANTED: I have a fever, and the only cure is more Tomatoes

Hi. If you are interested in some older seed. They were not stored properly,
just in garage and house. 2007 seeds and 1 2009. If you want them,
Yellow Brandywine(2007) I have one growing in my garden now, Red
Brandywine, Matt's Wild Cherry, Italian Heirloom Tomato and Sweetie Cherry.
I have no use for these seeds, they are good for experimenting. I bought
them from Heirloom Seeds.

RE: WANTED: I have a fever, and the only cure is more Tomatoes

I have Cherry Tomato's that are very tasty. Right now they are about 3-7 inches tall. I can't remember their names but they are very good. If you'd like to make a trade you can see my list.

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