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Old October 28, 2018   #196
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I may still have some Reinhardt’s Green Heart, but I can’t check right now, as my seeds are in my walk-in cooler, and I’m in Hong Kong.
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Old October 30, 2018   #197
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Carolyn, pošli jen Rosa de Zarautz a Negro de Olmeda. Já má slíbené semena Reinhard´s Green Heart od přítele zde v Evrop (ze Slovenska). Thank you.
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Old October 30, 2018   #198
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send only Rosa de Zarautz and Negro de Olmeda. I have the promised seeds of Reinhard's Green Heart from a friend here in Europe (from Slovakia). Thank you.
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Old December 13, 2018   #199
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And I got them 3 days ago,thanks so much and as promised will send you seeds for

Rosa de Zarautz and Negro de Olmeda next week.

Carolyn, and still have to call Neil to see if he still has seeds for Reinhard's Green Heart.
Carolyn, when did you send the seeds? I have not received anything yet.
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Old December 13, 2018   #200
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Carolyn, when did you send the seeds? I have not received anything yet.
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No, you haven't received them yet since I haven't sent them yet.

And no I haven't contacted Neil who I think might still have seeds for Reinhard's Green Heart either.

And it would take me several consecutive pages here at Tville to share with you what I have been doing/putting up with/getting frustrated about, etc.

You should get seeds from me before you need them, but when,I don't know either.

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Old December 16, 2018   #201
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Seeds I will need in the first half of February. If you send them the end of January it will be fine. I will grow that Negro de Olmeda together with Kumato F2, Kumato Apostolado (? F2), Cherry Pera Kumato F2, Mini KumatoF2 and Pera Baby Kumato F2.. I want only compare their taste, if it is similar Kumato from Syngenta.

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Old January 18, 2019   #202
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Salobre
A nice midseason indeterminante OP tomato with regular leafs, fruits red, oblate round
beefsteak, up to two pounds, very juicy, balanced tomato taste, excellent on sandwiches and salads. Tomato grown in the nearby town of Salobreńa in the province of Granada
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Hello Vladimír,
do you know which type of Salobre you have?
From the town Salobre there do exist two varieties.
Salobre Rojo (Red One) and Salobre Gordo (Big/Fat one)
Salobre is a small town in the southeast of Spain, in the autonomous community of Castile-La Mancha.

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Old January 18, 2019   #203
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And Rosa Aragon I know as well.

://www.gohttpsogle.com/search?q=Rosa+Aragon+spanish+tomato&hl=en&source=l nms&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiwtI-JnZrdAhXnUt8KHQ8dB6sQ_AUICSgA&biw=1706&bih=815&dpr =1

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Note this one can be confused with Rosa de Barbastro, Rosa del Somontano, Rosa de Huesca and a few others from the region. Rosa de Barbastro is very popular now, and sometimes known by the name Rosa de Huesco, or Rosa de Aragon. There are many similar tomatoes in that region.


Barbastro is in Somontano region, in Huesca, in Aragon ...
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Old January 18, 2019   #204
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Note this one can be confused with Rosa de Barbastro, Rosa del Somontano, Rosa de Huesca and a few others from the region. Rosa de Barbastro is very popular now, and sometimes known by the name Rosa de Huesco, or Rosa de Aragon. There are many similar tomatoes in that region.


Barbastro is in Somontano region, in Huesca, in Aragon ...
I just posted to you in another thread, and here we meet again. I hope you saw my other post to you in another thread ,maybe in General Discussion so you know what happened to the card with seeds,etc,that I sent to you about two weeks before Xmas.

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Old January 20, 2019   #205
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Hello Vladimír,
do you know which type of Salobre you have?
From the town Salobre there do exist two varieties.
Salobre Rojo (Red One) and Salobre Gordo (Big/Fat one)
Salobre is a small town in the southeast of Spain, in the autonomous community of Castile-La Mancha.
Salobre is my favorite tomato. Semenna got it from Baikal and only a Salobre was written on the bag. I do not know the difference between Salobre Rojo and Salobre Gordo, and I do not even have a chance to decide which variety it is. I do not mind at all, always with each variety I keep the name of the variety that which was sent me. If this helps, I am sending photos of these tomatoes from 2.8.2018. Tomatoes are red.
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Old February 5, 2019   #206
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Hello everyone, I have read a lot about the Salobre tomato, which comes from Salobreńa that is on the coast of Granada, that the brackish name comes because it likes land with salt near the sea, and now that comes from Castilla la Mancha.
The truth is that the subject is not very clear, the truth that has been circulating many years in the Spanish forum, I will try to contact a fellow tomato forum, which I think was the one who began to distribute it.
I planted it a year, and although it's not my favorite, it's a very good tomato.
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Old February 6, 2019   #207
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Hello again.
I got in touch with the person who distributed the Salobre tomato in the Spanish forum, is a good producer of Spanish tomatoes, he says, that the tomato comes from the province of Castilla la Mancha, a municipality called Albacete.
According to this comrade, this tomato is a Spanish relic that a friend gave him many years ago, and it is true that there are two varieties of Salobre, Salobre red and Salobre grande. Apparently, the one that has Vladimir in the picture is big Salobre because it tells me that brackish red is smaller.
In Albacete there are very good varieties of tomatoes, this year I have grown another Albacete called (Lietor) a Spanish relic with large hearts and very tasteful reds.
I hope I've helped.
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Old March 6, 2019   #208
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At weekend I sowed tomatoes, not only Spanish.

New Spanish varieties
Morado de Fitero
Valenciana
Rosado Zapatón
Corazon Peregrino
Negro Estrella
Grape Mini Kumato 2
Cherry Pera Kumato
Pera Baby Kumato F2
Kumato Acostillado
Cor de Bou

Spanish varieties which I cultivate every year
Rosa de Huesca
Zamorano
Salobre
Gallego
Macizo Montserrat
Roteňo Andalucia
Negrillo de Almaguera
Rosado de Pastrana
Moruno de Pastrana
Kumato F2
Mini Kumato F2
Ramallet Bombeta
Ramallet Pequeňito Mallorquin
Fresa

Big hearts and steaks
Orange Russian 117
Mayo´s deligt
Lusdmila´s Pink Heart
Alice
Reinhard´s Chocolate Heart
Reinhard´s Purple Heart
Reinhard´s Green Heart
Brad´s Black Heart
Orange Jazz
Orange Strawberry
Amana Orange
Lithium Sunset
Fordhook First

Slicers
Start F1
Rugby F1

Tomatoes on sauce
Gilbertie
Heinz 1439
Andes Horn
San Marzano Gigante
Scatolone
Costolutto Genovese Brokenbar
Jersey Devil¨
Opalka
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Old July 30, 2019   #209
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According to our old proverb: Cold May days in a barn paradise. Indeed there is and will be a great crop of bnrambor, grain and everything green. But the tomatoes do not ripen, the fruit will be low, because at the time of flowering did not fly bees. All my new Spanish tomatoes are in green condition so far. I have to wait. : bummer:
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Old August 16, 2019   #210
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These beautiful orange hearts grew out of the seeds of Cor de Bou that sent me Baikal. It was a big surprise for me. I don't know if the tomatoes were supposed to look like, or the seeds I mixed up somewhere. Can someone advise me (Baikal, Nico)?
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