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Old April 20, 2015   #54
Fusion_power
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The Seneca were known to grow various pumpkins, squash, corn, and beans. To the best of my knowledge, they did not grow tomatoes until the 1800's and then it was varieties commonly available to anyone in the U.S. If he wants to claim preservation of squash, corn, and beans, then I say have at it, but when it comes to tomatoes and particularly to native varieties and wild tomato species, he might have to move to Mexico.
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