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Old May 22, 2018   #61
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Default No KARMA Pink, don't die

Please don't go. It's what I get for using recycled mix.
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Pomodoro Datterino Dolce del Pacino, looks like Manglehorn, and will be put down.
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Old May 27, 2018   #62
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Default Greenies galore

Greenies greenies Greenies-R-Us



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You got one ugly fruit contender there, Gerardo.
I'm in greenie world too, but mine are still a lot smaller... a lot smaller. Not very patient.
Looks like yours will be ripe any time soon.
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Wat the heck is mangle horn?

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Old May 27, 2018   #65
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Do you have more KP seeds, and fresh media?
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Old May 27, 2018   #66
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You got one ugly fruit contender there, Gerardo.
I'm in greenie world too, but mine are still a lot smaller... a lot smaller. Not very patient.
Looks like yours will be ripe any time soon.
Soon, very soon, and they will be documented.

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Do you have more KP seeds, and fresh media?
Have a few left im gonna try with fresh Tupur. African Queen is the only one with issues, all the rest are rockin. Thanks Marsha
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Looking good, I hope you get loads of fruit.
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Looking good, I hope you get loads of fruit.
Thanks Mark, I hope you are right. The weather has been cooperating thus far, just gotta keep feeding them. Have a great holiday weekend
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Have a few left im gonna try with fresh Tupur. African Queen is the only one with issues, all the rest are rockin. Thanks Marsha
Did African Queen not germinate? Or sickly? Want to send me a pm? I don't want to give out bad seeds.
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Did African Queen not germinate? Or sickly? Want to send me a pm? I don't want to give out bad seeds.

No germination, 0/6. Others from your stable were 5-6/6. About as far from bad seed as it gets.

I'll sow the African Queen I have left and KARMA pink in fresh mix. I'll know soon.

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Gonna germ test the African Queen seeds. Thanks for the heads up.
OK, 10 minutes later, just put 8 into moist paper towel and zip lock baggie.
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Hi, Gerardo,
as always great garden with so many interesting varieties. Can't wait for the taste test.
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as always great garden with so many interesting varieties. Can't wait for the taste test.
Thanks. Taste tests will begin in earnest shortly, many are starting to blush.
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Gonna germ test the African Queen seeds. Thanks for the heads up.
OK, 10 minutes later, just put 8 into moist paper towel and zip lock baggie.
Thanks Marsha, PM time.
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