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Old April 1, 2011   #1
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Default Wild Boar Farms + D&S Produce = Stanly Lane Nursery

I was just wondering if anyone was gonna be at this tomorrow. I'll be there gotta get at least one of them Pineapple Pigs.LOL
Here’s a link to the info-
http://wildboarfarms.com/wild-boar-farms-plants.html

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Old April 1, 2011   #2
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MJ,

Looks like a promising event. Glad to see Brad hook up with Distribution outlets for his varieties.

From seed I purchased at the WBF website last year, I am growing BTD Pink, B&B Boar, and Pink Boar this Season. Looking forward to them all.

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I love his tomatos, i was hoping to grow B&B Boar, and Brads Black Hearts, i got seeds here, They are not coming up . I have them in 2 litter pots with heat under and for 3 weeks will not will come up.

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Sorry to hear Filmnet.
First off have u germinated many seeds in pots that big. I usually like to get them started in very small pots and once they have an established root system I transplant them into a bigger pot. I would switch to a smaller pot and start again if nothing pops up.
Sorry for the bad luck.
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Maybe try the paper towel/baggie method.
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Old April 1, 2011   #6
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Very small pots. See it did this Maybe try the paper towel/baggie method.
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Filmnet I have some extra seeds for both of those. The BBH I know germinated this year, and the BBB I grew last year, just too late.

Send me a PM if you want some seeds in case you are having seed issues.

Not a general offer please.

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You might try soil blocks. I've got peppers and tomatoes going in 2" blocks on a heating mat and they germinated in about 10 days. But, in my limited experience these plants are always slow to germinate - very frustrating in early spring. Dave
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I put my last 3 BBB Seeds in Paper towel. 2 germinate, so I put they in a pot with litter dirt on them. I did this 2 weeks ago put they did not come up, i had then on hot plastic also.
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Filmnet - your seeds are in the mail... Some of my own, some are original from Brad. Best of luck with germination in this round!

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I might go this sunday. Live a few miles away from this place. Not bad for produce. Cant wait to check out plants!!!
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