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Old 1 Week Ago   #376
RJGlew
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Originally Posted by carolyn137 View Post

http://t.tatianastomatobase.com:88/w...irdrie_Classic

This one I find very interesting since I was sent seeds by Stanley Zubrowski in Canada and he had crossed some earlies with Brandywine,the only earlies I remember were Glacier and Siberian,but there were three more.
Jeff indicates Maya & Sion's is a cross of a pink Brandywine & Stupice. I tried it for 2 seasons but it did not do well for me.
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May and Sion does well here and is staple for my garden. Early enough but not uber early though.
This year I am being surprised by Uralsky Ranniy from Victory seeds
https://www.victoryseeds.com/tomato_...iy-ranniy.html
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