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Old May 1, 2018   #1
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Default A low cost alternative for pepper seeds

The people here have been so helpful here I want to try in a way to pay it forward. I found a seed supplier that has many different varieties of both sweet & hot peppers and the price will knock your socks off just .99 cents per pack! Varieties like Shi★★★★o, Cubanelle, Jimmy Nardello, and so many others, I got my seeds at www.migardener.com give them a look.
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Old May 1, 2018   #2
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With the global economy, 5 gig,the old farts are falling by the wayside,time to retool,regroup,the new is now.But those quick plug and play,have one motive,taking your money,from a cubicle,third party is the norm,looks good,value engineering wwe call it.Gots to get reports on germ rates,oops,half die,1/4 retarded.The seeds in the store in the pepper will grow also.About the same price.But you will never know,sometimes that hidden gem will show.Everybodys laughs at the frugal Gardner.You can steal the fruit but not the root( ska) early 50s
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reposting the link as some were confused at what link to use I got my seeds at www.migardener.com .
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Thanks Jetstar - it looks like some great seeds at a great price.

Let us know how your plants do!

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Old May 3, 2018   #5
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Jet Star, I thought you might enjoy this

https://www.google.com/search?q=jet+...&bih=815&dpr=1

And yes, we grew it at the farm where I was raised along with the many acres of tomatoes and so much more.

I am truly the farmer's daughter.

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Thanks Carolyn137 since I was introduced to the Jet Star variety a few years ago it been a must grow in my grow bag garden there one of the best tasting tomatoes I've ever enjoyed. This year again on the advice of a friend I'll be growing a few Black Seaman tomatoes for the first time so I'll have to see how they compare to Jet Star in a few months.
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