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Old January 27, 2010   #46
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It is on my list! It is an historical Livingston variety, is it not?
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Old January 27, 2010   #47
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It is on my list! It is an historical Livingston variety, is it not?
Yes Kim, it's one of Livingston's varieties and was introduced in 1892.
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Old February 1, 2010   #48
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[firefox on Linux]

No problems downloading the .pdf with Firefox on Linux here.
The problem reported earlier was perhaps only some Firefox
configuration setting.

One thing that I noticed was that by the time I finished
specifying where to download the .pdf file to exactly and
what filename to give it, the file had apparently already
finished downloading, because nothing appeared in the
Firefox Downloads box. Yet when I checked that location,
there it was (all 10067944 bytes of it).
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Old September 13, 2010   #49
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Tania,

My order arrived in excellent condition. Thanks for the bonus pack of
Mountain Princess that you gave me. It was a pleasure to do business
with you.
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Old September 14, 2010   #50
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Tania,

My order arrived in excellent condition. Thanks for the bonus pack of
Mountain Princess that you gave me. It was a pleasure to do business
with you.

Tim,

You are very welcome - and thank you so much for your kind words!
I hope you have a great success with these tomatoes in 2011, you chose really nice ones .

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Old September 14, 2010   #51
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Tania,

I also wanted to thank you for my recent order. Seeds arrived safely and shipping to Europe did not take too long. Looking forward to growing them, may even put the smaller varieties under lights this winter. Only problem was I wish I had ordered more varieties in the first place!
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Old September 14, 2010   #52
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maf, you are very welcome!

Recently I am getting a lot of orders from UK - almost as many as from Canada!
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Old September 21, 2010   #53
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Tania,

My seeds arrived yesterday. Thank you for the gift of the Black Russian seeds and for such quick service.

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Old September 22, 2010   #54
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Linda,

Thank you for your support - I am hoping you will like Carbon!
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Old September 26, 2010   #55
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Tania,

Received my order today. Thank you for the Polish Giant Heart gift seeds.

warm regards,
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Old September 26, 2010   #56
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Hi Tania,

I was looking at ordering some of your tomato varieties. Are there going to be more varieties available for 2011 - should I wait a bit to order? Or is everything up already, and I should go ahead?
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Hi Tania,

I was looking at ordering some of your tomato varieties. Are there going to be more varieties available for 2011 - should I wait a bit to order? Or is everything up already, and I should go ahead?
I have few late season tomato varieties that are still being processed - seeds are drying up and/or going through a germination test. Most of the varieties are already available online, as we had a very short season this year and I finished harvesting 3 weeks ago. I expect to add about other 10 varieties, if all goes well.

For these late varieties I will have very limited number of seeds anyway, as I harvested very small numbers of fruits before the season ended.

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Old October 4, 2010   #58
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Is the web ordering borked or am I just trying to order before things are ready?

I've tried both IE and Firefox and get a blank page.
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Is the web ordering borked or am I just trying to order before things are ready?

I've tried both IE and Firefox and get a blank page.
I had the same problem last night.
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Maybe the people who do her hosting were doing "server maintenance". That is commonly done Sunday nights when demand is usually lowest.
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