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which ones are really early...

Posted by lindalana z5 IL (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 14, 14 at 10:33

I got quite a few tomatoes ripen but due to my early plantings I am at 70-75 DTM with most of them. I think it is midseason early yes, but the ones below 70 DTM are
Moravsky Div
Sunsugar F1
Sugar Drop
Jaune Flamee
Matina
Black Yum Yum
my friend�s Brandywine x Stupice Cross seed from 2009 selection, large ribbed beef, not unlike Maya and Sion Airdrie Classic from same cross that Carolyn shared long time ago on GW.

Here is a link that might be useful: Airdrie Classic


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RE: which ones are really early...

I have some early varieties that I'm growing in 3 gallon containers:

Jagodka
Early Annie
42 Days
Russian Cherry
Pipo

The earlies that I'm growing in the garden are:

Kimberley
Black Early
Bloody Butcher
Jaune Flamme

Kimberley was the first to blush (still ripening).

Linda


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RE: which ones are really early...

I have about half a dozen of so-called EARLY ones. So far Bloody Butcher has won the contest. SiletZ is getting the second place. But it has much much larger fruits than BB. Sun Gold is also tied for 2nd place but it is cherry type.
Other varieties : Early Treat, Stupice, Legend, Siberian, Matina are way behind. I like Siletz. It has good size fruits (~~6 -8oz). BB and stupice are slightly bigger than cherry. But Stupice is very prolific. Amazing !


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