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Old March 28, 2020   #16
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I'm looking forward to growing the Tundra tomatoes this year. Thanks for the great flavors.
As always, very interested in feedback regarding how they do in your area. Super useful for me to see photos, hear impressions of flavour and general plant health under different growing conditions.
Stay well and I hope you have a great growing season!
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Potting up my Tundra seedlings tomorrow. Never grew a PL heart before. Lookin forward to this one !

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Potting up my Tundra seedlings tomorrow. Never grew a PL heart before. Lookin forward to this one !

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Excellent. Stay well and safe and I wish you a great season! I’m looking forward to seeing how they do for you
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Thanks for the well wishes. You stay well also. I'll check back a little further along in the growing season.

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I'm really looking forward to tasting all the KARMA spp., they're growing right outside my front door, and get treated like the "preciouses“ they are.

Early impressions
Pink seedlings distinguish
themselves with their vigor
1st truss 9+ flowers and counting, short intervals between nodes



2nd would be Apricot

Miracle and Peach are vigorous as well


The purple MF seems to be the runt.



I like the Tundra, compact for me thus far.



Overall impression PL line with lots of vigor.
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I'm really looking forward to tasting all the KARMA spp., they're growing right outside my front door, and get treated like the "preciouses“ they are.

Early impressions
Pink seedlings distinguish
themselves with their vigor
1st truss 9+ flowers and counting, short intervals between nodes



2nd would be Apricot

Miracle and Peach are vigorous as well


The purple MF seems to be the runt.



I like the Tundra, compact for me thus far.



Overall impression PL line with lots of vigor.
Thanks, I’m glad you are growing them. The purple mf and also the new release KARMA miracle are definately more compact than pink,purple, peach and apricot.
Just as productive or perhaps more so in terms of total fruit.
Not a lot to compare them to really, I hope you will enjoy them and I really look forward to hearing how they all do
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Karen I am very impressed, I havebeen off the forum for some time so I am very much out of date.

I love the fact that you have micro's on the go..my first love I think

Stay well over there.

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