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Old January 26, 2019   #1
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Default My tomatoes in 2019

I longed for this season after the seeds of cherry tomatoes from the Russian agrofirma Poisk. They were so kind and friendly, and they sent me the seeds with a gift. Great Thanks!



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Old January 26, 2019   #2
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My tomato babies in Root Riot.
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Old February 2, 2019   #3
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This year's first seedlings of tomato Kumato.
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They look fantastic.
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Old February 2, 2019   #5
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Beautiful tomatoes!
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Love the dark tomatoes! Keep us updated.
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Old February 4, 2019   #7
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Last year, I was very satisfied with the seeds from the Russian agrofarm Partner, and so I bought even more varieties this year.
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Last year I was very happy with tomatoes from the Russian Partner company and so I ordered more varieties this year.
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Beautiful.

For the kumatos, did you start them from bought seeds, or from fruits that you ate? Here we can find them in supermarkets, the only tomato that is edible and not taste like a golf ball in the winter. I always wondered if they were OP and their seeds would grow true.
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Plants were grown from seeds of bought tomatoes that had no taste. Grown fruits, however, tasted absolutely great.
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The only time I ever grew seeds from a store tomato or hybrid so to speak I got hard white golf balls.
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Old February 9, 2019   #12
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My seedlings this year, peppers, tomatoes and eggplants.
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Looks good! Plants are coming along nicely.
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Looks wonderful! I am trying to contain myself until March...
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By the way: Did you already sow some seeds for the one in the middle, Chernyi Schokolad? (Black Chocolate..) I never saw that one with a translated name, I wonder if it is very different from other dark colored cherries. (I have a bad habit to collect them, but then they seldom turn out optimal...)
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