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Old March 4, 2017   #1
Durgan
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Default Reimer Seeds for 2017

Ordered dark tomato seeds from Reimer. I like the dark types for licing and juicing. Reimer gets bad mouthed on the internet, but I order from them periodically and have always been more than satisfied. I will start them indoors under LED lights around 20 plants.
TM734-10 Blue Fruit Tomato pk/10

Unshipped $2.50 1 TM116-20 Russian Black Tomato pk/20

Unshipped $2.50 1 TM330-20 Paul Robeson Tomato pk/20

Unshipped $2.50 1 TM13-20 Black from Tula Tomato pk/20

Unshipped $2.50 1 EXPEDITED Expedited Service

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Old March 24, 2017   #2
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I placed an order from them for the first time ever this year. Fast shipping, and I got very good germination rates on all tomato seeds.
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Old March 25, 2017   #3
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They certainly do not answer questions when you ask them. They listed a pic of a tomato they were carrying which was not even the accurate pic of the tomato in question. They would not answer me about it. I have never seen so many poor reviews of a seed company in my entire lifetime. They obviously earned their lousy reputation!
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Old March 26, 2017   #4
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The reason I ordered from them was I wanted to try some early determinates this year to try to beat the blight. They had a good selection of determinates. I'm pretty new to the tomato world, though, and their site was one of the first to come up when I Googled determinate tomato seeds...

Looks like they do have a lot of negative reviews, guess I just got lucky...

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Old March 26, 2017   #5
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I am glad you did well Black River! their site is impressive and had an order planned out myself until one I wanted showed up with a pic that was not accurate. I wanted to make sure it was an innocent mistake and then never would give me the time of day. I went with jandlgardens and also a few with tomatogrowers. JandL is great and Lee is top notch, a small company with passion! Also when you get a free sample, it is top notch seed, not throw away garbage.
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Old March 26, 2017   #6
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My four types of tomato seeds ordered germinated on wet paper in about 7 days average, varying by several days.
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When they turn out to be the correct variety, then i will be saying yah for ya Durgan. A big YAY at that.
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