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gixxerific
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Need help translating some seed packets

Trudi Davidoff from [url=https://www.wintersown.org/wseo1/Your_Choice_Tomato_SASE.html]Wintersown[/url] sent me a bunch of stuff recently just because, what a great gal, thanks. But she sent me a few packets even she didn't know what they were, or at least what they read. I was hoping someone could translate them for me, at least the name. One is a tomato the other I'm pretty sure is an eggplant.


Thanks Dono

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I found out it is
The tomato variety is Belij Naliv. It's in Tatiana's tomatobase as Belyi Naliv.

https://t.tatianastomatobase.com:88/wiki/Belyi_Naliv

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Belyi nalive = white juice

very popular, early harvest. for open and closed "space" (I'm guessing, the word is cut off)

harvest round, red 50-100 grams, good taste

sow between march and april

plant seedlings between may-june

harvest july-august

:)
I'm Russian and litteral translation of screen name is Svet "light" Sad "garden" :)

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