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Old April 10, 2015   #16
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Wow. *Raises hand* Count me in when you need some extra growers!
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Old April 10, 2015   #17
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Me 2, specially the black one. I am a sucker for black PL tomatoes. Is there a medicine for it? If there is, I refuse the treatment.
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Oh, wow... my mouth is watering for those gorgeous tomatoes...
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Old April 10, 2015   #19
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It's a public Gardening page I call Northern Gardener so anyone should be able to see it I think, even folks who do not have FB accounts themselves.
have a try and let me know if you can't see the album please
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Thanks for the pics. I tried the link but it required me to log into facebook. Maybe that happens when you try it from a phone oh well. Beautiful i am liking the bicolor. Who am i kidding i like both great job.
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Old April 10, 2015   #20
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Oh yes, anyone can see from a PC. To see on a phone, you may need the app
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Old April 17, 2015   #21
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Great project, which tomatoes did you cross?
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Old April 17, 2015   #22
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Very impressive photos Karen. I enjoy the Facebook posts too. It gives me great hopes, being in Alberta too..
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Old April 18, 2015   #23
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Yum, those are excellent pictures, good luck with the project.
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Old April 22, 2015   #24
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April 22 f3 seedlings coming along well out in the greenhouse
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Old April 22, 2015   #25
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Really beautiful, healthy seedlings, Karen. I hope you get what you're looking for!
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Old April 22, 2015   #26
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Look at those gorgeous droopy PLs. Droopy like as in "wispy". Gosh this is sooo exciting to me Karen. Sending you a PM.
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Old April 22, 2015   #27
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My they do look mighty fine!
First flower buds are appearing on my earliest F2's, yesterday and today! They're about four weeks old... sign of earliness is so exciting.
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Love PLs.
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Old April 22, 2015   #29
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My they do look mighty fine!
First flower buds are appearing on my earliest F2's, yesterday and today! They're about four weeks old... sign of earliness is so exciting.
What! 4 weeks! make a thread so we can watch your project too please, very interested in what you are doing out east
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Old April 22, 2015   #30
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As a fellow zone 3 tomato grower (near Winnipeg), I can't wait to see the outcome of your project. And if you need a test grower for future years, let me know!
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