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Old April 27, 2019   #5
IronPete
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I get what you are saying Carolyn and Craig but it would be interesting if the various people who have now grown these many varieties were to comment on whether any of their various dwarves had survived a wave of disease that 'took out' other plants. That way, there would be a starting point for testing which ones may already have some built in disease resistence. Just a thought!

Pete ��
PS: I have a good little bunch of dwarves started for this year's garden (amongst so non-dwarf varieties) and am happily looking forward to see the fruits at summer's end. ��
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