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Old September 28, 2010   #1
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Seeds sown 26th Sep,plan is to grow one plant in tunnelhouse and to grow a few cuttings outside in late spring.
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Old September 28, 2010   #2
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I will be following this thread, I also was lucky enough to receive some seeds. I usually start my plants about the last week of february . Good luck fellow growers !!!!!!
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First of the seedling are now up
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Old October 10, 2010   #4
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txs for posting medburygardens. I cant wait to see your results and to grow it myself in the spring.

i'm fighting the urge to grow something inside this winter.

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Firstly,sorry about the poor photo but its been cut up, seeds now fermenting and eaten,the family and i just loved it,for a large tomato its very nice,8/10.

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it would be fun to visit them! (My husband is looking at stuff to do in Kaikoura when we get to the South Island)
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it would be fun to visit them! (My husband is looking at stuff to do in Kaikoura when we get to the South Island)
Looking forward to meeting you both
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Old October 16, 2010   #8
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Thinned out to the strongest plants yesterday,certainly been some extreme variation in type but the ones left are growing well.

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Give us some info on Hoy? Never heard of it.
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Old October 16, 2010   #10
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Here is the original thread that has the background:
http://www.tomatoville.com/showthrea...&highlight=hoy

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Old October 20, 2010   #11
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what do you mean by extreme variation in type?

i assume they are all regular leaf plants.

do you mean that some of the seedlings are weak or scrawny?


nice pic there!

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what do you mean by extreme variation in type?

i assume they are all regular leaf plants.

do you mean that some of the seedlings are weak or scrawny?


nice pic there!

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sorry ," extreme variation in type" not the best way to describe them but more as you say "weak and scrawny",still,got some nice strong plants growing thats the main thing.

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Three plants now outside with flowers,one plant in my fathers garden, all doing well.
Been a warmer than normal spring so far so hoping for a good growing season
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hmmm, where is this "Walter" and how do I get on his "good side?"
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Hoy Cow!!! I mean Holy Cow...lol. That is how big? 2-3 Pounds? Could you throw a couple of those seeds in with the TPS seeds you are sending me? Thanks Richard.

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