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Good luck! :twisted:

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applestar wrote:Good luck! :twisted:

LMFAO

What's with the angry emoticon, oh sorry twisted evil emoitcon? Is it becuase I just made your decsions harder, with enough veggie seed to feed a small village. Put is aside and drop when you can. There is some mighty cool stuff in there though.

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Twisted evil :twisted: seemed the best fit. :>
I know how NOT EASY it is to list up all your varieties, then ATTEMPTING to trim them down to some reasonable number. :roll: ...and you have many, many more varieties than I do. :roll: :roll:

Maybe I should have used :bouncey: ? Or maybe :-()

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Your good Apple I knew what you meant. :lol:

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I thought that I had a huge list of unheard of tomatoes... but you have tomatoes that I haven't even read about!

Wow all that energy!

Will you be seed saving? I really would like to try some of them, once you have grown them and have seeds to offer.

I plan to rotate mine and grow some this year, to just keep the seed viable, and then grow the others next year, same reason.

And I love tomatoes! I can grow tomatoes when nothing else works for me!

Keep us posted... maybe you need a grow log thread... so we can just pop in and take a look. ha ha
Talk to your plants.... If your plants talk to you... Run!

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Ol for sure I can hook you up remind me. It will be a long season. I will be saving more seed than last year. I saved a bunch last season but after trades and giving large quantities 500 - 1000+ of certain variety's to a couple of seed sites, they went quickly.

Not sure if I want to do a single Tomato garden thread or not. There will be a lot of variety's with details on them it could end up being 30 pages long or better. Which makes finding things VERY hard.

Maybe my own section with subsections on each tomato. :lol: nutz:

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Last year I gave up on named varieties as the list just got too long, and couldn't find room in the garden for all of the choices. Now my packages are labeled: large, black, small salad, grape/cherry, roma, determinate, etc. As seeds are purchased, they get dumped into the appropriate seed package. At planting time, we get a random mix of plants from what is contained in each mix.

I don't grow any green tomatoes nor any orange ones. Our favorites are the very flavorful blacks, but the grape and cherry tomatoes and small salad tomatoes continue to be our spring to frost production winners.
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What blacks are you growing Alex?

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Since Alex gave up on names he's gonna hate this. :P :lol:

Here is my for sure list I may add a bunch more but these have to go in even if I have to plant them in the gutter.

Amerikanac
Amos Coli
Beauty Princess
Big Cheef
Big Cheef Stripes
Brad's Black Heart
Brandywine Croatia
Buzua 22
Buzua 1600
BWT - 212
Cherokee Lime
Counselor Family Heiloom #1 & #2
Coyote
Crazy Horse Giant Brown
Crazy Horse Giant Red
Donomater F2 - F3
Donskoi
Garden Red Pride (Deneka family heirloom)
Girl, Girl Weird Thing
Grandma Oliver Chocolate
Goose Creek Pink
Holy Land
Hunky Dory F3
Indian Stripe (Burson Strain)
Indigo Apple
Kleopatra
Korol Sibiri
Lerhertomate
Lush Queen
Marianna's Peace
Marizol Marron
McKinley
Mocross Carneal
Mocross Elgin #9
Mom's Heart (Deneka family heirloom)
Osena Green
Oxheart Ginatissimo
Peter Glazebrook Speacial
Pink Delice (Deneka family heirloom)
Pink Flathead monster (came out orange)
Purple Dragon
Purple Reign
Puztakolosz
Rebel Yell
Rozovij Myod
S 19/20
S312 F2
S612 F2
San Marzano
Sgt. Pepper F3
Siberian Tiger
Sophie's Choice
Spear's Tennessee Yellow
Spudyellow Strawberry
Spuatula
Strawberry Leopard
Terhune
Weapons of Mass Destruction
Weapons of Mass Destruction (White sport)
Wildthyme bicolor
Yellow Dragon

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Carbon, black from Tula, Cherokee chocolate, black plum, black Kim, 'black',Japanese black trifle, black prince. Probably a few others.
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Wait theres dwarfs too yes here they are
Aces high F2
Albatrosss F3 (sibling of Aces High F2)
Anmore Dewdrop
Balkan Start
Balkan Tiger F3
Cherokee Tiger F5
Cherokee Tiger Black
Cherokke Tiger Large Red
Coastal Pride Orange
Coastal Pride Red
Corrong Red F4 11-132
Cyril's Choice
Czech's Bush
Demidov
Donomater F3
Dwarf Emerald Giant
Dwarf Jade Beauty
Dwarf Stone
Extreme North
Golden Dwarf Chanpion
Husky Pink Hybrid
Jackass F5 (yellow)
Lime Green Salad
Lucky Leprachaun
Mano
Mini Bell
New Big Dwarf
Orange Pixie
Orange Tree
Perfekta
Rainbow Dwarf
Red Robin
Resista Dwarf
Roughwood Golden Plum
Roza Vetrov
Rozalinda
Russian Red
Shadow Boxing
Sleeping Lady
Summertime Gold
Tasmanian Chocolate
Tasmanian Pink F4 12-156
Utynok
Yellow Dwarf
Victorian Dwarf

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Fantastic list sad thing is I know if you had more room you would add to that list... haha... well this is my list I am thinking.
Amos Coli
Arkansas Traveler
Beauty King
Berkeley Tie Dye
Big Beef f1
Big Cheef
Bitahochee sun f2
Black from Tula
Black Mammoth
Black Master
Black Mauri
Black Seaman
Blue Beauty
Brad's Black heart
Bradley
Captain Lucky
Carbon
Caribe
Celebrty f1
Charley Chaplin
Cherokee Purple
Chocolate Stripes
Clementz Giant
Climbing Triple Crop
Cuor Di Bue
Darth Mator
Darth Mator x Demi Dov f3
Dester
Dinner Plate
Dixie Wine
Dwarf Berly Beauty
Dwarf Wild Fred
Early Girl f1
Evan's Purple Pear
Gary O'Sena
German Giant
German Queen
Goose Creek
Grandma Oliver's Chocolate
Grandma Viney's Yellow and Pink
Haley's Purple Comet
Homestead
Hillbilly
Hunky Dory f3
Iditarod Red
Jack Ass f5
Jasper f1
Jay's Giant Shumway
Juliet f1
Juliet f1 x Chocolate Cherry
Juliet f1 x Green Zebra
Kumato
Liam's Brandywine
Lush queen
Marianna's Peace
Mortgage Lifter
Monte Carlo f1
Mr. Stripey
Moosolini f3
Nature's Riddle
Omar's Lebanese
Pierces Pride
Pink Berkeley Tie Dye
Pink Bumble Bee
Pink Honey
Pinky Tuscadero f3
Plum Lemon
Principe Borghese
Purple Bumble Bee
Purple Russian
Rebel Yell
Red Furry Boar
Red Pear
Rio Grande
Rose
Rosella Purple
Rutgers
Sailor's Luck f3
San Marzano Determinate
San Marzano Indeterminate
Sarah Black
Sgt. Pepper's f3
Sinister Minister
Sleeping Lady
Spudkee Purple
Sun Gold f1
Sun Gold f1 x Black from Tula
Sweet Carneros Pink
Tasmanian Chocolate
Watson Giant
Wladeck's
I think about 40 more I forget. lol
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Nice Dusty, i see you have been talking to Hawk (jason) from some of your crosses. I can't wait to get going. I have some up already and am about to drop the rest of the dwarfs after I get off here.

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The looks of Jason's (hawk) crosses are very cool I am hoping to keep some of there traits great looking tomatoes. You have tons of awesome seed hope they do well for you this year I will need to get some seed from you..lol I have started a few dwarfs this month but my main planting will be in about 3 weeks my peppers start next week I think 40 variety's there. I wish I had more room and time to garden. It is a bad addiction I know you have a horrible mator habit for sure. I can't wait to see how well you do this year keep posting them pictures its great to see somebody having great success.

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dustyrivergardens wrote:The looks of Jason's (hawk) crosses are very cool I am hoping to keep some of there traits great looking tomatoes. You have tons of awesome seed hope they do well for you this year I will need to get some seed from you..lol I have started a few dwarfs this month but my main planting will be in about 3 weeks my peppers start next week I think 40 variety's there. I wish I had more room and time to garden. It is a bad addiction I know you have a horrible mator habit for sure. I can't wait to see how well you do this year keep posting them pictures its great to see somebody having great success.
Yes there are some great crosses out there right now. I need to get my peppers started today. Yes please hit me up for a trade after the season that would be great DustyRG.

I have started a new thread with the actual plantings, that list above has been changed so much and it is still morphing.

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Wow, Gixx! Even more! 8) I'm glad to see you've got the maters from the seed giveaway going now too.
I recognize some of the varieties as ones you grew last year. Are you trying a lot of new ones? Or mainly staying with the tried and true varieties?

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There will be some coming back, there will be many new ones, many.

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Please go to my new thread. This one is somewhat obsolete, My plans have changed a bit and are ever evovling.

Thank you

Dono

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