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Old January 13, 2017   #106
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Old February 5, 2017   #107
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Anna German (Herman) is among other great prolific tomato varieties from the late famous Soviet/Russian amateur breeder Igor Maslov, a former spaceship engineer from Moscow region.



He was a father of Cosmonaut Volkov, Gigant Maslova, Korol Rannikh, Samye Luchshie, Vladimir Vysotskiy, Lyudmila Tereshkova and many others tomato varieties.



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My Anna Hermann look like the ones pictured at Tatiana's I think. Did you notice a big difference between the pics at both links? I still have an organza bag full of them outside I have to process, I only had a partial cluster bagged that are fermenting now.

Back to the 100 en pom (aka 100 en rama), are these the correct names for the ones the old man is carrying? Living in Buffalo all my life, 5 minutes from Canada, meant 7th grade French class, not Spanish class, and even that is mostly forgotten now.
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Old March 14, 2017   #108
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bumping this thread coz it looks like the right place to post:
This SH summer I went back to my tomato project seeds and sowed some F4 Snowy Dwarf X Jaune Flammee seeds i had lying around since 2014. Neither parent as far as i can remember had floriferous inflorescences, but of the 10 or so plants in the growout, most had many-flowered inflorescences.
This one had over 100 flowers. They are just starting to colour up, so it will be interesting to see how they taste.
So how did they do/what were your results?
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This year, I chose this Spanish tomato to grow. I will mostly grow on two plants:
Gallego
Salobre
Zamorano
Rosa de Huesca
Rosa de Teruel
Morado de la Cabrera
Mozkorra Aretxabaleta
Gigante Castila
Roteňo Andalucia
Negrilo Almaguera
Negro Almeria
Negrito Santiago
Ramallet SL des Cardasar
Ramallet Mugró
Ramallet Bombeta
Ramallet Mallorquín Pequeñito
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Old May 30, 2017   #110
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This year, I chose this Spanish tomato to grow. I will mostly grow on two plants:
Gallego
Salobre
Zamorano
Rosa de Huesca
Rosa de Teruel
Morado de la Cabrera
Mozkorra Aretxabaleta
Gigante Castila
Roteňo Andalucia
Negrilo Almaguera
Negro Almeria
Negrito Santiago
Ramallet SL des Cardasar
Ramallet Mugró
Ramallet Bombeta
Ramallet Mallorquín Pequeñito
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Glad to see you are back to Spain. Of those you list I think I know 9 of them. I love the ones from Spain,many from you and many from Ilex. But I have a question for you.

You list Bombeta, a multiflora, as a ramallete,which is also known as a Colgar type.My Bombeta seeds were from you, just labelled Bombeta,no ramallete or de Colgar noted.So is it a de Colgar,or not?

And I had totally forgotten it was you who sent me Bombeta, just found it and need to get seeds out to one of my seed producers.

The seed offer for 2017 is so very late now,as well as my getting seeds out to my seed producers and I know I've let many folks down and feel terrible about that.

If I were 30 years younger that wouldn't have happened since I've been doing seed offers here and there forabout 30 years,my first one here at Tville I think in 2007.

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I'm trying Ramallet Bombetta too this year as well as Colgar 100.
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Old May 31, 2017   #112
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A hybrid between 2 multifloras.The ruler is 12 inches long:
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I have all the Spanish tomatoes from Baikal, which is from Mallorca. For tomatoes long-stored (hanging) in Mallorca, the name Ramallet is used. There are more than a hundred different varieties of Ramallets. They are mainly used to prepare traditional dishes (roasted bread, garlic and tomato pulp, olive-oil-caked and salted).
I got the tomato under the name Ramallet Bombeta (multiflora) and I keep this name.
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P.: This discussion post should be in the thread „Spanish tomatoes in the Czech Republic“. The head is thinking and the hand is doing something different.
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I have all the Spanish tomatoes from Baikal, which is from Mallorca. For tomatoes long-stored (hanging) in Mallorca, the name Ramallet is used. There are more than a hundred different varieties of Ramallets. They are mainly used to prepare traditional dishes (roasted bread, garlic and tomato pulp, olive-oil-caked and salted).
I got the tomato under the name Ramallet Bombeta (multiflora) and I keep this name.
Vladimir
P.: This discussion post should be in the thread „Spanish tomatoes in the Czech Republic“. The head is thinking and the hand is doing something different.
I MUST remember

"The head is thinking and the hand is doing something different."

Yes, I've done that many times.

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