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Old March 25, 2022   #496
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Glad to see you are triying some varieties from me) Will be interesting to see how they perform for you since I grew them only in greenhouse in my Zone 4a
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Old March 25, 2022   #497
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I hope that you are feeling better.

And, reading through your thread, you should be pleased to find out that EM Champion is a determinate.
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Old March 25, 2022   #498
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Get well soon and smell your plants as you recover. I too Used my small Green House to grow the Mexico tomato plant in January and Old Virginia Plant Plant in the Big Green House. Only the Old Virginia Produced a Tomato, that is eatable, but I have not Eaten it yets, because it is very small.
I just want to see if I can survive on my seeds like the old days without electricity. I also placed many winter Squash outside during the winter. Believe it or not only the Pennsylvania Dutch Crookneck Squash Survived that is eatable that I did eat last month. Even White And Green Striped Cushaw did not make it, by "Not" using the Native Americans Secrets of protecting their winter Squash. I just wanted to leave it out in the open with other Squashes to see if I would have edible food.

My Mexico Tomato grew as tall as yours but did not produce any food. So you have magical hands, Amen

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Old April 4, 2022   #499
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On Saturday a week ago, I planted my 24 seedlings in two cold frames. I assumed the weather would be better all the time. But the forecast has changed, and in fact the temperature has not risen above 8 ° C in four days in April (the question is whether the temperature in the two frames has risen to at least the required 12 ° C these days). I haven't been to the garden all week, so I don't know what happened to those tomatoes. I'll find out tomorrow when I go there. I will plant the other two EM Champion seedlings and one Praleska. I also have to put a cage for each plant, or tie them. I'll take some pictures of what it looks like and put them here on Tomatoville.
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Old April 4, 2022   #500
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I hope that you are feeling better.

And, reading through your thread, you should be pleased to find out that EM Champion is a determinate.
I managed to pre-grow three EM Champion seedlings. One right-rooted, it is already planted in a cold frame, and the other two have so far stayed at my house outside the window (I couldn't take them to the garden at the time, I had no way). I grew the other two from the cut peaks, which I let take root. They look nice, they are definitely bush tomatoes, and even one of them blossomed richly for me that week. One flower looks like a megabloom, I'll leave it, I'll see what it will be.
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I keep my fingers crossed for you, Vladimir.
And the war must be stopped at any cost, apart from a NATO counterattack. But that probably belongs elsewhere.
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