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Old January 1, 2022   #1
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Krakatoa F1

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Old January 2, 2022   #2
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The peppers I planed:
Bácskai Feher
Big Mama gelb
Black Hungarian
Caré de Lagnes
CECE-as
Elefantormány
Etiuda
Feher
Feher Kos
FerencFeher
Friariello di Napoli
Griechischer Paprika
Gruesco de Plaza
Habanda
Italian Rojos
Javitott bogylszlói
Koloresz
Lombardo
Macska Piros
Pemento do Couto
Pepper Rubens
Pimiento de Arnoia
Piment d'Espelete
Pimiento de Padron
Shi★★★★o
Sora
Szentesi Kossarvú
Trapadeiro do Werner
Wiener Wachs
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Old January 2, 2022   #3
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Tomatoes det.

Avon Early
Belle Arlesienne
Binpong
Blair Focing
Bowen Buckeye
Break O'Day
Burbank
Cherry Falls
Dixiwine
Early Annie
Gartenfreude
Greater Baltimore
Hippie Zebra
Juni
Mac Pink
Mondo duro
Ohio W-R-7
Payette
Purple Heart Dwarf
Red Target
Riverside-Favorite
Rosebud
Rosenstock
Roter Gnom
Sperls Zukunft
Snakebite Dwarf
Sweet Baby Jade
Tasty wine
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Old January 2, 2022   #4
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Tomatoes indet.
Brandywine Apricot
Canestrini di Luca
Chocolate Stripes
Chris Greek Mama
Ciliegia Giallo
Cream
Curtis Cheek
Ernteglück
Fence Row
Fische
Fleischtomate Tessin
Fritz Ackermann
gestreifte Dattel
Giant Syrian
Girft to my wife
Goldita
Homestead
Karma Miracle
Karma Purple
Kopek Hayesi
LLoyd E. Frey
Maria
Mariana's Peace
Marmande black
Marsha's Starfighter Heart
Orange Russian 117
Polaris
Rawlings
Ruthje
Skorpion
Steinbock
Stier
Tundra
Wellington's Zacilla
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Old January 2, 2022   #5
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Than I planed about 35 new Spanish kinds...I don't write them, it is toooo difficult.

What the way in the garden finds - I will wait and see...
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Old January 3, 2022   #6
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I have a question for you. Google translate did not make sense. Does it say it was an f1 but now it is stabilized. Or it is f1 and it can be stabilized.

Candy Cane war ursprünglich eine F1-Hybride, die durch Auslese über mehrere Generationen zur samenechten Form umgewandelt werden konnte. So geht Züchtung auch! Sie können sich also selbst Samen entnehmen (Voraussetzung natürlich, dass die Samen nicht verkreuzt sind) und die Sorte wieder und wieder anbauen.
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Old January 3, 2022   #7
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Yes, you can. But it lasts.
It gives a grape tomato named "Candy Cane" and a pepper named Candy cane F1.
I didn't do it. It is better to buy new seeds.
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Old February 18, 2022   #8
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YUM!!!! Great job!
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Wow! Already. So nice to have fresh greens I. February!
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Old February 19, 2022   #10
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Thanks
I am so glad, to have my greenhouses. With me the weather is cold and stormy.
2 of my greenhouses did get broken, but - my husband repaired them.
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Here is a pic of Tundra from my 2020 garden.
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Old February 21, 2022   #13
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Thanks
A great tomato!!!
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Old February 27, 2022   #14
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This season I grow without extra lights..





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Old February 27, 2022   #15
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