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Brandywine #45

Posted by edweather Zone 5a/b Central NY (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 14, 13 at 20:16

Not really a question, more of a comment. Was listening to a lawn and garden program on the radio last Saturday morning, and a caller mentioned that he grew an awesome tomato called a Brandywine #45. I'm only a novice grower, but I never heard of it before. So I went online and the only mention of it is on Tatiana's site, and it looks to me like Brandwine #45 is the same as the regular Brandywine (pink), PL. Just found it interesting that someone would refer to it by that name.


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RE: Brandywine #45

#45 is not Brandywine ( pink and PL), rather Red Brandywine, RL.

I did a long post for you with links to Johnson and Stokes saying it was RB and several other links, but something went crazy with how it appeared here and I lost the whole post with several links.

I'll try to redo it tomorrow. (smile)

Carolyn


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RE: Brandywine #45

I'll try posting this again on another place. Maybe your answer ville post better.


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RE: Brandywine #45

Ed, no, I'll do it here since you asked here, but right now I simply don't have the time to go fetch those links again for you.

Those elsewhere already know, or many do, the Johnson and Stokes connection to Red Brandywine, but your choice as to what you want to do. ( smile)

Carolyn


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RE: Brandywine #45

Carolyn thanks. Ok, no problem. Don't sweat it. I wasn't extremely interested. Just thought it was odd for someone to refer to it by that name. Thanks. Ed

I only posted it to the other site so the response might get a wider audience.


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