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Old September 27, 2011   #61
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Oh well Doug,at least youve got three of them to grow,i can always try to get the other one over to you to try again later.
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Old October 9, 2011   #62
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Here it is!! 2 sprouts already rooting to have pulls ready for transplant to a bigger pot. I saw 6 eyes so I hope to get more sprouts to root soon.


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Old October 10, 2011   #63
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Oh wow gee they have done so well Wendy.

How do potatoes go by taking cutting,anyone know if they are as easy as a tomato.
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I tried that with SVG last spring but got better results with pull rooted sprouts and repot...actually just harvest one plant of those. The tubers were about 1in but plenty to save for seeds.
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Old October 15, 2011   #65
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Transplanted 2 pulls today








The slip went into the media to produce more plants. Some buds are dormant
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Old October 15, 2011   #66
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Mystery harvest picture posted here: http://www.tomatoville.com/showthrea...t=12820&page=4

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Old October 16, 2011   #67
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Sorry Wendy,ive forgotten now,did i send you a Mystery tuber when i sent the Moie moie??so what is that spud on the left, is it TPS grown??
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Richard, yes your Mystery slip is still dormant but swelling an eye now. Soon it should start growing. Those are pictures of the TPS seedlings...
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Old November 27, 2011   #69
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The slip that you send me of your Mystery blue selection Richard produced one pull plant so far. It is a beauty too very strong stem.
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Moie Moie update:
3 pulls and one more starting to grow again, maybe in 2 weeks will have another.
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Good work Wendy,boy the Mystery is looking strong alright
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Old November 28, 2011   #72
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greath work wendy, i dream to have a setup for underligt growing.... hope the plants grow nicely!
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Hi Richard,

Did you get the 3 types of Moie-moie I sent you?

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Yes thanks Cesar, and are planted out too,sorry i should have emailed ya to let you know but ive had long period without a computer,new computer now though.

Did the package i sent to you make it??

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The tubers were intercepted at the post, sorry. Maybe ask Wendy instead.
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Wendy have you thought of tuberizing those pull sprouts?
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