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Old September 14, 2009   #1
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Hi,
This is the list of seeds I saved from the whole tomatoes that I took home and canned. Some of course are in small quantities.Zana's list will be different since she saved from the cut tomatoes.
As always anyone who attended the party can have seeds with no trade.

Ananas Noire
Black and Brown Boar
Black Zebra
Blue Ridge Mountain
Brad's Black Heart
Burracker's Favorite
Cherokee Chocolate
Cherokee Green Grape
Clint Eastwood's Rowdy Red
Daniels
Depp's Pink Firefly
Dagma's Perfection
Early Glee
Eckert's Polish
Gajo de Melon
Goose Creek
Grosse Cotelee
Green Zebra
Grub's Mystery Green
Hellsfrucht
HeShPoLe F7 (Heart Shaped Potato Leaf)
Indian Stripe
Isis Candy
Joe's Plum
Julia Child
Koralik
Kosovo
Magnum
Mexico
New Big Dwarf
NoviHan Pink - not sure if I did or not!
Olena Ukrainian
Paul Robeson
Polish Dwarf
Polish Linguisa
Pomadoro Tropic
Purple Calabash
Principe Borghese
Rocky
Roughwood Golden Tiger
Rozovzi Flamingo
Russian 117
Sabre
Schwartz Sarah
Slankard's
Soldacki
Thai Pink Egg
Tobolsk
Tom's Yellow Wonder
Victorian Dwarf
Virginia Sweets
Wes
White Beauty
??? Green - unknown from Tomatofest. 3 plants were the same so it is a variety.

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Old December 13, 2009   #2
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Hi Remy,

I didn't get the following in my mix, so would love to have seeds of those, please:
Olena Ukrainian
Slankards
Mexico

Do you want a SASE?

Please advise, thanks,
Zana

PS Will post my list on a separate entry.
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Old December 13, 2009   #3
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Here is what I collected and processed from the 2009 Buffalo-Niagara-Western-New-York Tomato Tastefest. (At least that's what I put on the envelopes...lol) Like Remy said,
"As always anyone who attended the party can have seeds with no trade." Also if those attending did bring any of those listed below and didn't let us know if they brought them or not, please do so, so we may attribute them to you for provenance.

Thanks,
Zana

Variety Name Grower
Ananas Noire Mark Korney/Jerry Powarski
Ananas Noire
Berkeley Tie Dye Remy Orlowski
Black Cherry Mark Korney
Black and Brown Boar Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski gone
Black Zebra
Blue Ridge Mountain Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Brad's Black Heart Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Burracker's Favorite
Carbon Mark Korney
Cherokee Chocolate
Cherokee Green Grape Mark Korney
Clint Eastwood's Rowdy Red
Crnkovic Yugoslavian Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Currant Remy Orlowski
Currant
Daniels Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Depp's Pink Firefly Remy Orlowski
Dagmar's Perfection
Early Glee Remy Orlowski
Eckert's Polish Remy Orlowski gone
Gajo de Melon Remy Orlowski
Giant Belgium Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski (this is NOT the true Giant Belgium/from TGS freebies)
Giant Belgium (this is NOT the true Giant Belgium/from TGS freebies)
Goose Creek Rob Kavanagh
Grosse Cotelee Remy Orlowski
Granny Cantrell's German Mark Korney
Green Zebra Brenda F.
Green Zebra Richard Price
Gregori's Altai Mark Korney
Gregori's Altai Red Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Grub's Mystery Green Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Heart Cross PL & Red Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Hellfrucht Remy Orlowski
HeShPoLe F7 (Heart Shaped Potato Leaf) Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Indian Stripe Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Isis Candy
Italian Sweet Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Jelly Bean Mark Korney
Joe's Plum Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski gone
Julia Child
KBH Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
KBH - Pink Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
KB Heart Pink Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Kellogg's Breakfast
Knucklehead F3 Remy Orlowski
Koralik
Korney's Jelly Bean (aka Perry's Cherry) Mark Korney
Korney's XXX Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Kosovo Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Magnum Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Marizol Korney Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Mortgage Lifter Radiator Charlie's
New Big Dwarf Remy Orlowski
Nipples Mark Korney
NoviHan Pink Galina Boyan & Jim Peterson
Oleyar's German Mark Korney
Orange Small
Paul Robeson
Polish Dwarf Remy Orlowski
Polish (Earl's) Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Polish Linguisa Galina Boyan & Jim Peterson
Polish Pastel Remy Orlowski
Pomadoro Tropic gone
Principe Borghese
Purple Calabash Richard Price
Quartz Multiflora Mark Korney
Red Rose (PL) Mark Korney
Richardson Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Rocky Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Roughwood Golden Tiger Remy Orlowski
Rozovyi Flamingo Remy Orlowski
Russian 117 Mark Korney/JP
Sabre Remy Orlowski
Schwartz Sarah Black
Small Yellow
Snow White Remy Orlowski
Snow White Mark Korney
Soldacki Remy Orlowski
Spuda Yellow Strawberry Mark Korney
Stump of the World
"Tasty Unknown" Remy Orlowski
Thai Pink Egg
Tobolsk
Tobolsk
Tom's Yellow Wonder Rob Kavanagh
Victorian Dwarf Remy Orlowski
Vintage Wine (this is NOT the true)
Virginia Sweets Rob Kavanagh
Virginia Sweets Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Wes Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
White Beauty
Yellow Pear
???? (no name GWR) Richard Price
Please note some of those remaining have very limited quantities

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Old December 13, 2009   #4
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Hi Zana,
I never found my plate of Cherokee Green Grape so if you want send a few of those to me, and I'll send the others to you.
Polish Lingiusa was Galina and Jim
Tom's Yellow Wonder was Rob K.
Vintage wine was incorrect. It is wrong seeds from Tomatofest.
Richard Price's ??? Green was also incorrect seed from Tomatofest, but he knew it since it was not suppose to be a green when ripe.
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Hi Zana,
I never found my plate of Cherokee Green Grape so if you want send a few of those to me, and I'll send the others to you.
Polish Lingiusa was Galina and Jim
Tom's Yellow Wonder was Rob K.
Vintage wine was incorrect. It is wrong seeds from Tomatofest.
Richard Price's ??? Green was also incorrect seed from Tomatofest, but he knew it since it was not suppose to be a green when ripe.
Remy

Works for me Remy. I had the notes about the Vintage wine and the ??? on my original "master list" on the old computer, but not on the new one. Go figure.
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Remy and Zana, your lists are incredible.

It amazes me at all the tomatoes that are available.
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Old December 29, 2009   #7
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Penny,

Maybe you should think about joining us next year? It's a bit of a hike from your neck of the woods, but not as far as Galina and Jim drove from Princeton, N.J. If you wanted to come down to K-W the day before and then go with me, you're more than welcome to do so, too.

I am truly amazed myself how many different varieties show up each year. Even more so that there are so few duplicates out of all those that are brought. I think we might have had less than 5 duplicates this year, and probably no more than that the previous 2 years. What do you think, Remy? Considering how many actual varieties we end up with, have we had that many duplicates or triplicates or more?

I think what was more amazing to me was how much was there given the lousy growing conditions we all had this past summer - cold and wet, with allot of late blight going around. But that's just MHO.

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Old December 29, 2009   #8
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Penny,
I was thinking the same thing as Zana, you should come down and visit next year! We are a fun bunch, not scary at all. Well, my husband Gary maybe just a tad.


Zana,
I think we probably did have less duplicates this year. Though as you said, we haven't had many duplicates all along. We still end up with almost 100 different varieties each year.
I know a lot of people had weather problems. I'm vey lucky that I'm situated between the 2 lake effect cloud patterns. So unless it is a widespread weather pattern, often there's rain(or snow this time of year) to the north and south of me and clear skies above me. Of course in the hotter than hell year a couple years back, I was out side yelling at the clouds to come over my way!
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Remy and Zana, that would be great.

For me to get to Niagara, its about 3 hours depending on traffic, and we usually go down there for a weekend every year anyway, so its very possible.

The growing season up here too around Georgian Bay was truely awful, lots of blight and cold and rainy here too.

Is it on the Ontario side of the Border or American??
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American side....near Fantasy Island amusement park on Grand Island...just off I-190, I believe.
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Thats good to know for the future, thanks Zana.
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