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Old February 14, 2018   #22
Black Krim
Join Date: Dec 2016
Location: New England
Posts: 661

Thanks for the link. Read for the info.

I see many web sites that use the same photo as other websites. Far more common practise than it should be.

I see tomato seeds that have changed names, and go by two names.

I see tomatos that when acquired with no known variety name be assigned a new name.

Im not trying to be disrespectful, just how I see some of these issues....

I remember a publication where the wrong photo of a stallion was used. I called the owner, he had not himself realized the wrong photo was used and named on his own promotional information.This is at an at internationally respected breeding farm. At least I can get DNA proof when breeding a mare to a stallion. Not so sure with tomatos.. or peppers......

Just to be clear. I highly value folks that make a real effort to be accurate and correct.

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