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Old March 20, 2020   #1
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Default The garden of nico 2020

I finally believe that my plants are ready for the final transplant
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Old March 20, 2020   #2
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Your plants are looking very, very good!!!
In the last picture - is it the Queen of Malinalco??? Mine died.
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Old March 20, 2020   #3
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If Anneliese, the queen of malianco, I have 5 plants that grow very well
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Great, do you make seeds????
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Anneliese, I don't understand you very well. You mean if I'm going to save seeds? If I save many seeds for everyone who wants
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Anneliese, and if you mean that if I have seeds, if I have seeds, if you want seeds, happy to send you
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Nico I meant:
when you get ripe Queen of Malinalcos, please make seeds for me, because they grew in Spain and that is very important...
Today I did 3 seeds into the earth again...
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Of course! Anneliese, has the seeds !!
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I mean four seeds of Queen of Malinalco. Right now I have one plant with the first right leaf, which is very long even though I planted it deeper. I grow under the same conditions as tomatoes, but it probably takes more light and also heat. Four days ago I had sprouted the remaining four seeds. One already germinated so I put it in the ground. Not yet. I hope I can grow about three or four plants, mainly because of seeds.
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I have problems with the Queen, tooo...I don't know why...
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Anneliese, I think it's because of time. They germinated very quickly to me, but they remained standing in the seedbed because of the cold, although I have them in the greenhouse. When the weather began to change and the heat became hot, the queen began to grow very fast, it is incredible how fast it grows due to day, I have them in full sun for about 7 or 8 hours, does not like the cold.
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OK, you are right....
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What beautiful plants, Nico! Your set up is very tidy, too!
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This year I am going to follow some f2 crosses, in total 4 (f2) and one (f1), in this case the photo is of a stick cross and indigo drops, the truth is that I was not very excited about this cross, I did it practicing with manual pollination, from the f1 they only obtained two tomatoes with three seeds, from which two plants germinated, which are the ones I currently have, the two plants came out with the rough leaves and with four main stems, it seems that they will be very early like one of their parents since they are forming tomatoes after 40 days.
Having features as characteristic as their parents, a unique rough-shaped leaf and a blue tomato, I think they are perfect parents to learn, I hope that something interesting comes out, I love it.
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Nico, that is one weird looking tomato! Really cool!
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