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Old August 22, 2017   #16
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Beautiful tomato. Do you have to spray for fungi diseases?
I never spray, seem I manage to get pretty good production before inevitable disease hits.
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Old August 22, 2017   #17
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It looks like my Kazachka mini-beefsteak.

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Old August 23, 2017   #18
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GGWT is Girl Girl's Weird Thing. It is a dark tomato with striping.
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Old August 23, 2017   #19
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It looks like ggwt to me also. We have 4 of thise this year. Great tomato. Has some disease tolerance and tastes great.
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Old August 23, 2017   #20
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Looks really cool.
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Old August 25, 2017   #21
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Looks good yeah but the taste is really great! Hope I can get a repeat next year.
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Old March 4, 2018   #22
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Probably shouldn't have waited so long to ask but if anyone would like to grow out the F3 this season, I'd be happy to send out some seeds. I could use some help to discover more variations. Just ask that if you get anything good you would post the results and send some seeds back. I can send out 50 seeds total.

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Old March 4, 2018   #23
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How nice of you to offer seeds of this great sounding tomato! I'd love a few seeds.
What are calling it? Is "Nice Purple Cross" the name?
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Old March 4, 2018   #24
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How nice of you to offer seeds of this great sounding tomato! I'd love a few seeds.
What are calling it? Is "Nice Purple Cross" the name?
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No name yet. Let's see what develops as it is grown out. Might name itself. Please PM me with address and the number of seeds you can use. One fellow has already requested seeds. You'll be the second. I appreciate your help.
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Old March 5, 2018   #25
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Thanks to the three folks who have requested seeds. There are more available.
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Old March 7, 2018   #26
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Seeds have been shipped to all four folks who requested them.

Thanks fellow gardeners.
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Old March 10, 2018   #27
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I like it but it is too late for me to start it all alone
My s=dlings are ready to move out.
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Old March 10, 2018   #28
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I like it but it is too late for me to start it all alone
My s=dlings are ready to move out.
Yes, sorry, I hadn't had much time to think about a seed offer and when I finally did, I knew it was a bit late.
Your welcome to next seasons F4
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Old March 10, 2018   #29
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Well I got mine in the mail yesterday and I am stoked. My seeds won't be planted till April 1 for a June 1 garden planting provided the weather stays nice.

I'm mainly focused on Joseph's Landracers this year and Dirtly Girl OP's but something fun like this I couldn't pass up.

Thanks Marc I'll be sure and keep you posted my dude! If I get a really nice plant with good fruit I will surely send back some of the seeds to you if you like.

Your generosity will be noted and I'll take good care of your lil hippies you sent my way..I'll send pics when they get going good in July/August.
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Old March 11, 2018   #30
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so cool looking!
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