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Old September 7, 2009   #16
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Ok, here is the list I've got now compiled of what I took to process. I believe there are 3 more varieties that were photographed but are not represented in what I took. Perhaps, Remy took a complete tomato of those varieties? They are marked in Red at the end. I've tried to add some identifying characteristics....however when all I had to work with were the leftover "cubes" that had been cut up, sometimes all I could write was a colour. Sometimes the contents of the baggies are so squished already there is no way to tell, and may be a variety that I am not familiar with. So feel free to correct any misspellings or names...or attribute a source. If you can even let us know from where you got your's it would be great too. For those that saw the seed envelopes from last year, I try to keep a provenance when possible listed on the envelope. I can also tell you that some of the varieties have limited seeds from what I can see so far.

I'll let you know when the seed are ready. I'm going to make some sauce tomorrow out of the meat of those I can. Too many people around in the house today to be able to do it.

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Ananas Noire
Ananas Noire
Berkeley Tie Dye - Remy Orlowski
Black Cherry
Black and Brown Boar
Black Zebra
Blue Ridge Mountain
Brad's Black Heart
Burracker's Favorite - Yellow w/ Orange/Red BiColour Beefsteak
Carbon - Black Beefsteak
Cherokee Chocolate
Cherokee Green Grape
Clint Eastwood's Rowdy Red
Crnkovic Yugoslavian - pink
Currant
Currant
Daniels - large red beefsteak?
Depp's Pink Firefly - Remy Orlowski
Dogma's Perfection
Early Glee Remy Orlowski
Eckert's Polish - Remy Orlowski
Gajo de Melon - Remy Orlowski
Giant Belgium
Giant Belgium
Goose Creek
Grosse Cotelee - Remy Orlowski
Granny Cantrell's German
Green Zebra
Green Zebra - Richard Price
Gregori's Altai - Pink
Gregori's Altai Red - large beefsteak - Mark Korney
Grub's Mystery Green - Green Beefsteak
Heart Cross PL & Red
Hellsfrucht - Remy Orlowski
HeShPoLe F7 (Heart Shaped Potato Leaf)
Indian Stripe
Isis Candy - BiColour Cherry
Italian Sweet
Joe's Plum
Julia Child
KBH - Red
KBH - Pink
KB Heart Pink
Kellogg's Breakfast
Knucklehead F3
Koralik - Red Cherry
Korney's Jelly Bean aka Perry's Cherry - Mark Korney
Korney's XXX
Kosovo
Magnum
Marizol Korney
Mortgage Lifter Radiator Charlie's
New Big Dwarf - Remy Orlowski
Nipples - Mark Korney - very small red with tiny nipple on blossom end
NoviHan Pink - Galina & Jim Peterson
Oleyar's German - Red Heart?
Orange Small
Paul Robeson
[COLOR="rgb(139, 0, 0)"]PLRL tals ????? - not sure what the name is - can't read the handwriting on the baggie [/COLOR]
Polish Dwarf - Remy Orlowski
Polish Pastel - Remy Orlowski
Pomadoro Tropic - yellow
Purple Calabash - Richard Price
Quartz Multiflora
Red Rose (PL)
Principe Borghese
Richardson - large red beefsteak
Rocky
Roughwood Golden Tiger - Remy Orlowski
Rozovzi Flamingo - Remy Orlowski - from Andrey B in Minski, Belarus
Russian 117
Sabre - Remy Orlowski
Schwartz Sarah - Black
Small Yellow
Snow White - Remy Orlowski
Snow White
Soldacki - Remy Orlowski
Spuda Yellow Strawberry
Stump of the World - Red
"Tasty Unknown" - Remy Orlowski
Thai Pink Egg
Tobolsk - Yellowish Orange
Tobolsk - Yellowhish Orange
Tom's Yellow Wonder
Victorian Dwarf
Vintage Wine
Virginia Sweet
Virginia Sweet
Wes
White Beauty
Yellow Pear
???? (no name) - green with yellowish orange

Slankard's
Mexico
Olena Ukranian


The mystery black that was on the same plate as the snow white when the pictures were taken was no longer there when we went to bag up the leftovers for seed saving. So I have no idea what it looks like or where it went.

Thanks for the corrections, Mark. And for the record, I usually write Burracker's Favorite without the "u"...that was just a typo on my part that I didn't catch. Transcribing from the plates to the baggies to the list I made sometimes may have left spellings behind too. There is one I haven't a flipping clue what it says. (PLRL tals ????? - not sure what the name is - can't read the handwriting on the baggie)

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As far as I know there is no bulk uploader, you just have to upload image after image. Yes, it is quite time consuming. As for resizing and transferring from raw to jpg etc., I use Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, which saves an enormous amount of work.

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ok, we need pics of:

Ananas Noire
Black Cherry
Black Zebra
Carbon
Cherokee Green Grape
Granny Cantrell's German
Gregori's Altai
Joe's Plum
KBHeart Red
KBHeart Pink 13N & 13S
Koralik
NoviHan Pink - Galina & Jim Peterson
Oleyar's German
Pompadoro Tropic
Red Rose (PL)
Principe Borghese
Thai Pink Egg
..................

On names, I corrected them all in the photos but don't know the proper spelling on Rozovzi Flamingo...

Soldacki should have the "c" in it...

Jelly Bean should be Korney's Jelly Bean, aka Perry's Cherry. There is a hybrid variety named Jelly Bean--this is NOT the hybrid. This is aka Perry's Cherry, in honor of Perry from another tomato forum group who lost his life a few years back in a motorcycle accident.

The original Gregori's Altai is pink... Chuck Wyatt gave me seeds to a red one. I brought both, but the official Gregori's Altai is pink...

Brad's Black should be Brad's Black Heart...

Burracker's Favorite, being an American tomato, should be spelled without the "u" in Favorite. I know that's how you do things in the Great White North and England but you must respect original names.

Crnkovic Yugoslavian is pink...

Daniels I'm pretty sure is written without the apostrophe. It is also a large pink, not red.

Hespole F7 should be HeShPoLe F7... it stands for Heart Shaped Potato Leaf...

Pompadoro Tropic I think should be Pomadoro Tropic, or however pomodoro is spelled...

There was also a mystery black tomato on the plate with White Beauty.

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As for anything looking not like what it should be:

There were 2 Giant Belgium and both appeared to be wrong. One was red, the other was a medium pinkish purple. Giant Belgium is an XL-XXL pink. Is it just a coincidence that Giant Belgium was distributed as a pack of free seeds this year by a well known seed company in FL? I don't think so. The reds were grown by Jerry from my seeds (the FREE pack from TGS in FL!) There have also been similar problems with their "FREE" seed packets in the past I believe.

Is Vintage Wine a bi-color or pink?

...............

I would NOT distribute seeds from the following:

ANY KBH/KB Heart varieties. These are NOT STABLE and are still early in their filleal generations. They will not grow true and were present for tasting only.

Giant Belgium. These are NOT true to type.

Spuda Yellow Strawberry. It may not be stable & may be a mix-up or cross found in German Red Strawberry seeds from Neil Lockhart.

Heart Cross PL & Red. I'm not sure what this is or who grew it, can we find out?

Knucklehead F3. Who grew this and any further info?

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I will try to let you know here or by other means which varieties I'm the source. I need to get to sleep first!

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Great to see you post from Norway! Sheryl told me to tell you she missed seeing you and the girls.

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Thanks Remy! Greetings to Sheryl! Yes, I wish I could have been there. If nothing else, it would have taken the burden off your shoulders with taking and uploading all the pictures, and I would have loved to see all of you. I do not miss last year's snake, though!!! I guess this is the first year Stump of the world didn't win best tasting tomato. My mom has Stump in her green house here, so I still get to taste that, sometimes I can even taste it before it ends up in the fridge!

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Wow Zana, saving all those seeds, that's an awful lot of work, and must require a LOT of space since you're doing them all at once!
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I just added 9 more tomato pics to the first page post, thanks Robin, plus copied some from Remy's page too! Off to bed...
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Ok, here is the list I've got now compiled of what I took to process. I believe there are 3 more varieties that were photographed but are not represented in what I took. Perhaps, Remy took a complete tomato of those varieties? They are marked in Red at the end. I've tried to add some identifying characteristics....however when all I had to work with were the leftover "cubes" that had been cut up, sometimes all I could write was a colour. Sometimes the contents of the baggies are so squished already there is no way to tell, and may be a variety that I am not familiar with. So feel free to correct any misspellings or names...or attribute a source. If you can even let us know from where you got your's it would be great too. For those that saw the seed envelopes from last year, I try to keep a provenance when possible listed on the envelope. I can also tell you that some of the varieties have limited seeds from what I can see so far.

I'll let you know when the seed are ready. I'm going to make some sauce tomorrow out of the meat of those I can. Too many people around in the house today to be able to do it.

Zana

MK/JP Ananas Noire
Ananas Noire
Berkeley Tie Dye - Remy Orlowski
MK Black Cherry
MK/JP Black and Brown Boar
Black Zebra
MK/JP Blue Ridge Mountain
MK/JP Brad's Black Heart
Burracker's Favorite - Yellow w/ Orange/Red BiColour Beefsteak
MK Carbon - Black Beefsteak
Cherokee Chocolate
MK Cherokee Green Grape
Clint Eastwood's Rowdy Red
MK/JP Crnkovic Yugoslavian - pink
Currant
Currant
MK/JP Daniels - large red beefsteak? (Daniels is pink)
Depp's Pink Firefly - Remy Orlowski
Dogma's Perfection
Early Glee Remy Orlowski
Eckert's Polish - Remy Orlowski
Gajo de Melon - Remy Orlowski
MK/JP Giant Belgium see previous note about TGS/seeds
Giant Belgium
Goose Creek
Grosse Cotelee - Remy Orlowski
MK Granny Cantrell's German
Green Zebra
Green Zebra - Richard Price
MK Gregori's Altai - Pink
MK/JP Gregori's Altai Red - large beefsteak - Mark Korney
MK/JP Grub's Mystery Green - Green Beefsteak
MK/JP Heart Cross PL & Red
Hellsfrucht - Remy Orlowski
MK/JP HeShPoLe F7 (Heart Shaped Potato Leaf)
MK/JP Indian Stripe
Isis Candy - BiColour Cherry
MK/JP Italian Sweet
MK/JP Joe's Plum
Julia Child
MK/JP KBH - Red
MK/JP KBH - Pink
MK/JP KB Heart Pink
Kellogg's Breakfast
Knucklehead F3
Koralik - Red Cherry
MK/JP Korney's Jelly Bean aka Perry's Cherry - Mark Korney
MK/JP Korney's XXX
MK/JP Kosovo
MK/JP Magnum
MK/JP Marizol Korney
Mortgage Lifter Radiator Charlie's
New Big Dwarf - Remy Orlowski
MK Nipples - Mark Korney - very small red with tiny nipple on blossom end
NoviHan Pink - Galina & Jim Peterson
MK Oleyar's German - Red Heart, my uncle's from NE PA/Poconos area; didn't taste great this year but Neil Lockhart I think rated it "OUTSTANDING."
Orange Small
Paul Robeson
PLRL tals ????? - not sure what the name is - can't read the handwriting on the baggie
Polish Dwarf - Remy Orlowski
Polish Pastel - Remy Orlowski
Pomadoro Tropic - yellow
Purple Calabash - Richard Price
MK Quartz Multiflora (pink cherry in huge clusters, sometimes as many as 50)
MK Red Rose (PL) (this I believe, is a commercial Rutgers x B'Wine cross, I think it should be RL, but 1 plant was PL & went with that one. It's rare getting a recessive gene so many years later!)
Principe Borghese
MK/JP Richardson - large red beefsteak (change this to pink)
MK/JP Rocky
Roughwood Golden Tiger - Remy Orlowski
Rozovzi Flamingo - Remy Orlowski - from Andrey B in Minski, Belarus
MK/JP Russian 117
Sabre - Remy Orlowski
Schwartz Sarah - Black
Small Yellow
Snow White - Remy Orlowski
MK Snow White
Soldacki - Remy Orlowski
MK Spuda Yellow Strawberry
Stump of the World - Red (this should be pink)
"Tasty Unknown" - Remy Orlowski
Thai Pink Egg
Tobolsk - Yellowish Orange
Tobolsk - Yellowhish Orange
Tom's Yellow Wonder
Victorian Dwarf
Vintage Wine
MK/JP Virginia Sweet
Virginia Sweet
MK/JP Wes
White Beauty
Yellow Pear
???? (no name) - green with yellowish orange

MK/JP Slankard's
MK/JP Mexico
MK/JP Olena Ukranian

The mystery black that was on the same plate as the snow white when the pictures were taken was no longer there when we went to bag up the leftovers for seed saving. So I have no idea what it looks like or where it went. (the mystery black was on the White Beauty plate)

Thanks for the corrections, Mark. And for the record, I usually write Burracker's Favorite without the "u"...that was just a typo on my part that I didn't catch. Transcribing from the plates to the baggies to the list I made sometimes may have left spellings behind too. There is one I haven't a flipping clue what it says. (PLRL tals ????? - not sure what the name is - can't read the handwriting on the baggie)
Very good work Z.

I marked your list above which are from me or Jerry Powarski. I think we brought 41 varieties--42 if you include Olive Hill which does not appear on the list--it was on the corner table marked "OH." Plus an Earl of Edgecombe that never got displayed and 2 peppers--Jaloro, a yellow jalapeno, & Yellow Peru (capsicum baccatum--check my spelling.)

You can edit your original post and your private notes. You can use his name as a source for those marked MK/JP.

That's pretty good... Richardson is pink not red... sorry, forgot that one.

Stump is pink too. I'm not sure if Jerry brought Stump or not, I know we grew it at his place but maybe somebody else entered it. Jerry never told me everything he was bringing. If it matters, I can ask, or Remy could check all those ziploc bags in the box behind the table to see if there is one numbered "33."

Did anybody else think that Kellogg's Breakfast looked quite yellow/golden for an ORANGE tomato? Do we know who entered it to find the seed source? It looked even lighter than Aunt Gertie's Gold.

That colored text didn't work I think because of the number instead of the color name. I changed it to the word red in my quote above. I would try cross reffing to the pics to see which one you may be missing. Maybe it's from the entries [corner] table that was the pic that I didn't have the whole name?

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I think your mystery tomato is another one of mine/JP's, Polish (Earl's) is probably it! It doesn't show up in your list. It's pictured alphabetically, under P...
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I'm going to try to add what I know to the list.

MK/JP Ananas Noire
Ananas Noire
Berkeley Tie Dye - Remy Orlowski
MK Black Cherry
MK/JP Black and Brown Boar
Black Zebra
MK/JP Blue Ridge Mountain
MK/JP Brad's Black Heart
Burracker's Favorite - Yellow w/ Orange/Red BiColour Beefsteak
MK Carbon - Black Beefsteak
Cherokee Chocolate
MK Cherokee Green Grape
Clint Eastwood's Rowdy Red
MK/JP Crnkovic Yugoslavian - pink
Currant -Remy Orlowski
Currant
MK/JP Daniels - large red beefsteak? (Daniels is pink)
Depp's Pink Firefly - Remy Orlowski
Dogma's Perfection
Early Glee Remy Orlowski
Eckert's Polish - Remy Orlowski
Gajo de Melon - Remy Orlowski
MK/JP Giant Belgium see previous note about TGS/seeds
Giant Belgium
Goose Creek -Rob K.
Grosse Cotelee - Remy Orlowski
MK Granny Cantrell's German Red
Green Zebra -Brenda F.
Green Zebra - Richard Price
MK Gregori's Altai - Pink
MK/JP Gregori's Altai Red - large beefsteak - Mark Korney
MK/JP Grub's Mystery Green - Green Beefsteak
MK/JP Heart Cross PL & Red
Hellfrucht - Remy Orlowski
MK/JP HeShPoLe F7 (Heart Shaped Potato Leaf)
MK/JP Indian Stripe
Isis Candy - BiColour Cherry
MK/JP Italian Sweet
MK/JP Joe's Plum
Julia Child
MK/JP KBH - Red
MK/JP KBH - Pink
MK/JP KB Heart Pink
Kellogg's Breakfast
Knucklehead F3 -Remy Orlowksi- no seeds saved since it is a f3
Koralik - Red Cherry
MK/JP Korney's Jelly Bean aka Perry's Cherry - Mark Korney
MK/JP Korney's XXX
MK/JP Kosovo
MK/JP Magnum
MK/JP Marizol Korney
Mortgage Lifter Radiator Charlie's
New Big Dwarf - Remy Orlowski
MK Nipples - Mark Korney - very small red with tiny nipple on blossom end
NoviHan Pink - Galina & Jim Peterson
MK Oleyar's German - Red Heart, my uncle's from NE PA/Poconos area; didn't taste great this year but Neil Lockhart I think rated it "OUTSTANDING."
Orange Small
Paul Robeson
PLRL tals ????? - not sure what the name is - can't read the handwriting on the baggie
Polish Dwarf - Remy Orlowski
Polish Pastel - Remy Orlowski
Pomadoro Tropic - yellow
Purple Calabash - Richard Price
MK Quartz Multiflora (pink cherry in huge clusters, sometimes as many as 50)
MK Red Rose (PL) (this I believe, is a commercial Rutgers x B'Wine cross, I think it should be RL, but 1 plant was PL & went with that one. It's rare getting a recessive gene so many years later!)
Principe Borghese
MK/JP Richardson - large red beefsteak (change this to pink)
MK/JP Rocky
Roughwood Golden Tiger - Remy Orlowski
Rozovyi Flamingo - Remy Orlowski - from Andrey B in Minski, Belarus
MK/JP Russian 117
Sabre - Remy Orlowski
Schwartz Sarah - Black
Small Yellow
Snow White - Remy Orlowski
MK Snow White
Soldacki - Remy Orlowski
MK Spuda Yellow Strawberry
Stump of the World - Red (this should be pink)
"Tasty Unknown" - Remy Orlowski is a small pink
Thai Pink Egg
Tobolsk - Yellowish Orange
Tobolsk - Yellowhish Orange
Tom's Yellow Wonder
Victorian Dwarf
Vintage Wineis the incorrect variety from Tomatofest
MK/JP Virginia Sweet
Virginia Sweet -Rob K.
MK/JP Wes
White Beauty
Yellow Pear
???? (no name) - green with yellowish orange - Richard Price, seeds from Tomatofest package

MK/JP Slankard's
MK/JP Mexico
MK/JP Olena Ukranian

The mystery black that was on the same plate as the snow white when the pictures were taken was no longer there when we went to bag up the leftovers for seed saving. So I have no idea what it looks like or where it went. (the mystery black was on the White Beauty plate) -It was very tiny and uncut. I put it in for canning since I figure we do not need another unknown variety.
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Looks like you had a great time. I missed mine this year, so maybe I need to attend two next year; yours and ours. That way I could win something, too. Keep up the fun.

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Ok I think this may include all the revisions so far....as always corrections and additions of data would be greatly appreciated

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
Black Zebra
Blue Ridge Mountain - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Brad's Black Heart - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Burracker's Favorite Yellow w/ Orange/Red BiColour Beefsteak
Carbon - Mark Korney Black Beefsteak
Cherokee Chocolate
Cherokee Green Grape - Mark Korney
Clint Eastwood's Rowdy Red
Crnkovic Yugoslavian - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski Pink
Currant - Remy Orlowski
Currant
Daniels - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski large pink beefsteak
Depp's Pink Firefly - Remy Orlowski
Dagma's Perfection
Early Glee - Remy Orlowski
Eckert's Polish - Remy Orlowski
Gajo de Melon - Remy Orlowski
Giant Belgium - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski not true, from TGS freebies, not for distribution
Giant Belgium not true, from TGS freebies, not for distribution
Goose Creek - Rob Kavanagh
Grosse Cotelee - Remy Orlowski
Granny Cantrell's German - Mark Korney Pink
Green Zebra - Brenda F.
Green Zebra - Richard Price
Gregori's Altai - Mark Korney Pink
Gregori's Altai Red - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski large beefsteak
Grub's Mystery Green - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski Green Beefsteak
Heart Cross 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 BiColour Cherry
Italian Sweet - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Korney's Jelly Bean (aka Perry's Cherry) - Mark Korney
Joe's Plum - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Julia Child
KBH - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski Red
KBH - Pink - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
KB Heart Pink - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Kellogg's Breakfast
Knucklehead F3 - Remy Orlowski no seeds saved since it is a F3
Koralik Red Cherry
Korney's XXX - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Kosovo - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Magnum - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Marizol Korney - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
New Big Dwarf - Remy Orlowski
Nipples - Mark Korney Small red with tiny nipple on blossom end. They are a cross between Riesentraube and a wild L. cheesmanii orange teardrop shaped, hence the oval shape (cheesmanii) and point & multiflora clusters (Riesentraube.) Come to think of it, cheesmanii may be multiflora too. Both parents are high brix varieties.
NoviHan Pink - Galina Boyan & Jim Peterson
Oleyar's German - Mark Korney Red Heart, my uncle's from NE PA/Poconos area; didn't taste great this year but Neil Lockhart I think rated it "OUTSTANDING"
Orange Small
Paul Robeson
Polish Dwarf - Remy Orlowski
Polish (Earl's) - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Polish Pastel - Remy Orlowski
Pomadoro Tropic yellow
Purple Calabash Richard Price
Quartz Multiflora - Mark Korney pink cherry in huge clusters, sometimes as many as 50
Radiator Charlie's Mortgage Lifter
Red Rose (PL) - Mark Korney this Mark believes, is a commercial Rutgers x B'Wine cross, he thinks it should be RL, but 1 plant was PL & went with that one. It's rare getting a recessive gene so many years later!)
Principe Borghese
Richardson - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski large pink beefsteak
Rocky - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Roughwood Golden Tiger - Remy Orlowski
Rozovyi Flamingo - Remy Orlowski from Andrey in Minsk, Belarus
Russian 117 - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Sabre - Remy Orlowski
Schwartz Sarah Black
Small Yellow
Snow White - Remy Orlowski
Snow White - Mark Korney
Soldaki - Remy Orlowski
Spuda Yellow Strawberry - Mark Korney
Stump of the World Pink
"Tasty Unknown" - Remy Orlowski small pink
Thai Pink Egg
Tobolsk Yellowish Orange
Tobolsk Yellowhish Orange
Tom's Yellow Wonder
Victorian Dwarf
Vintage Wine this is incorrect variety from Tomatofest
Virginia Sweets - Rob Kavanagh
Virginia Sweets - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Wes - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
White Beauty
Yellow Pear
???? (no name) - Richard Price green with yellowish orange; seeds from Tomatofest package

Slankard's - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Mexico - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski
Olena Ukranian - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski

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Looks like you had a great time. I missed mine this year, so maybe I need to attend two next year; yours and ours. That way I could win something, too. Keep up the fun.

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You know you are always welcome to come especially since we didn't get to meet when you were out this way. I think you would have a good shot at that craziest tomato lover prize!

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UPDATES/CORRECTIONS:

Brad's Black Heart

Crnkovic Yugoslavian is PINK, not red

Granny Cantrell's German is PINK! (That's why the name got shortened from Granny Cantrell's German Red by VGary)

I think Heart Cross PL & Red - Mark Korney/ Jerry Powarski should be KB Heart Red (there was also a pink RL.) Maybe this is the one you couldn't figure out?

The KBH's there is both a red and a pink. and differences among all 4 plants.

Nipples I would ditch the "very small" part, they aren't usually that small; they are a cross between Riesentraube and a wild L. cheesmanii orange teardrop shaped, hence the oval shape (cheesmanii) and point & multiflora clusters (Riesentraube.) Come to think of it, cheesmanii may be multiflora too. Both parents are high brix varieties.

Robin sent me more pics and I'm extracting more varieties for the pictures post on page 1... I have at least 5 more pics I'm uploading there.

P.S. Where is Earl of Edgecombe and Olive Hill?
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Wow! That's an interesting list.

I noticed one name to double-check because I'm growing it: Dagma's Perfection (not Dogma's or Dagmar's).

http://tatianastomatobase.com/wiki/Dagma%27s_Perfection

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Wow! That's an interesting list.

I noticed one name to double-check because I'm growing it: Dagma's Perfection (not Dogma's or Dagmar's).

http://tatianastomatobase.com/wiki/Dagma%27s_Perfection
iT'S PROBABLY THE SAME as the one at the event. There's a lot of spelling errors along the way!

Is that the one that was named after Gary Isben's girlfriend or something?
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