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Old August 26, 2019   #211
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Thanks to Baikal I really verified that it is not a Spanish tomato. I just changed seeds or plants when sowing or transplanting. I first cultivated Orange Strawberry from MMMM seeds and these hearts looked completely different from the ones I cultivated from seeds from another source. So I didn't think these beautiful hearts were Orange Strawberry,
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Old August 28, 2019   #212
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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.
Here some photos of both tomatoes.
The first one is Salobre Gordo, wich weight around 500 gr and the second one is Salobre Rojo, wich weight the half of S. Gordo.
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Old September 7, 2019   #213
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Hi tomat! t0,
I got the seeds from Baikal with named Salobre. Fruits are often over 500 grams, but I do not intend to change the name. Only Salobre remains for me.
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Old September 7, 2019   #214
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Some of my new Spanish.
Morado de Fitero
Corazon Peregrino (red heart)
Rosado de Pastrana (red beefsteak)
Rosado Zapatón (my biggest tomato this year is 1.1 kg)
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Old September 10, 2019   #215
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Hi tomat! t0,
I got the seeds from Baikal with named Salobre. Fruits are often over 500 grams, but I do not intend to change the name. Only Salobre remains for me.
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Hi Vladimír,
it's fine that you keep the name of Salobre, with the one you got from Baikal. I just wanted to make aware, that there do exist various tomatoes from that location.
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Old December 23, 2019   #216
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Once again Morado de Fitero. This tomato I really like and also very tasty to me.
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Old December 23, 2019   #217
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MrBig46, in post #214, which variety is in the third picture from the top?
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Old December 23, 2019   #218
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Once again Morado de Fitero. This tomato I really like and also very tasty to me.
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Do you have seeds available for trade?
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Old December 24, 2019   #219
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MrBig46, in post #214, which variety is in the third picture from the top?
Rosado de Pastrana. It should have been written pink. No red. Rosado = Pink.
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Old December 24, 2019   #220
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Do you have seeds available for trade?
Send me your mailing address.
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Old December 14, 2020   #221
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NEW START AFTER BAD SEASON
One failed season is enough (for me in 2020) when you were not able to save any seeds and there is a problem. It is the worst with varieties whose seeds are hard to find. I was now putting together a plan to grow Spanish tomatoes for next year, and I found that I had very few seeds from some varieties, and I would have to save some seeds to keep me from happening to what I had lost an variety in the past. Yesterday I rummaged through a box of seeds and decided to grow from the Spanish next year:
Rosa de Huesca, Salobre, Gallego, Zamorano, Negrillo de Almaguera, Rosa Aragon, Rosado Zapatón, Negro Sierra del Segura, Mozkorra Aretxabaleta, Morado de la Cabrera, Plano de Erandio, Ramallet Pequeňito Mallorquin and Ramallet Bombeta.
Nové ze semen od Nico -Verde de las Landas, Gordo de Patones, Gordo Extremeňo, Garode Bicolor, Rosa de Ayerbe a Rosa Mealilerd.
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Old March 1, 2021   #222
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Today I planted my favorite Spanish tomatoes and seven new varieties from Nico from Tomatoville- Verde de las Landas, Rossa Mealilerd, Gordo de Patones, Gordo Extremeńo, Rosa de Ayerbe, Garode Bicolor and Robredillo de la Jara.
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Old March 1, 2021   #223
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Some very nice looking tomatoes !!!

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Old March 2, 2021   #224
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Hello Vladimir,
great, great great.
Sorry, I don't have the time to do that - and my Spanish varieties are so many.
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Excellent photo collage, Vladimir! It is so useful to see all the names, colors and shapes together in one big picture. Thank you for the time you took in creating the image!
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