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Old May 25, 2013   #1
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An interesting database of tomatoes in genobank of Czech republic

http://genbank.vurv.cz/genetic/resou...&ust=09&pl=H64
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Old May 25, 2013   #2
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Many old commercial varieties from Soviet Unions are listed as predicted. All with Czech transliteration.

There was a massive seed exchange between Seed banks and Breeding Institutes within The Warsaw Pact countries before Soviet Union collapse.
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You are right, but I am now interesting about czech varietes only. It is a fragment history of the planting of tomatoes on the all world too.
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Old December 16, 2013   #4
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Do you know of an English translation of the list?
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dectra, here you go.

http://genbank.vurv.cz/genetic/resou.../default_a.htm

Click on crop group.
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Old December 16, 2013   #6
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An interesting database of tomatoes in genobank of Czech republic

http://genbank.vurv.cz/genetic/resou...&ust=09&pl=H64
Thank you for this great info.

I really need to ask some old Romanian varieties people have forgot them
How may I do that?
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