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Old February 2, 2007   #1
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A Compendium of Tomato Varieties by Company is an attempt to provide a concise yet comprehensive compilation of a body of tomato names/varieties carried by as many companies as humanly possible.

I started with a few companies to ascertain if this would be a big list. Sufficed as this first post indicates, it is a huge compilation. If you wish to add to this on-going listing, please feel free to do so. Try to be as accurate as possible and keep it brief; company followed by variety. Don't add any description as that would make it cumbersome to read. I will add to this list as time avails. I am interested in non-heirloom type tomatoes, because this forum rarely covers commercial branded tomatoes.

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Hazera

Christy
Adrienna
Annan
Aristea
Bernadine
Galina
Lia
Loralie
Pninaly
Shanty
Sheena
Abigail
Anat
Angie
Antonella
Belladona
Bonity
Brillante
Calliope
Charlotte
Corazon
Daniela The world's first Vine-Ripe tomato variety.
Dominique
Electra
Juanita
Meital
Meitar
Michaela
Nerissa
Piton
Tracie
Tyler
Ursula
V1
V3
Camelia
Celebration
Felicity
Josefina
Recital
Shiren
Suzette
Antoinette
Dorina
Passion
First Love
Vittoria
Lucinda
Eldora
Love Song
Summer Sun
Bombilla

Thompson and Morgan


Ailsa Craig
Alicante
Balconi Yellow
Balconi Red
Black Russian
Legend
Brandywine
Cristal F1
Ferline F1
Gardeners Delight
Gartenperle
Gold Nugget
Golden Sweet
Green Grape (Heritage)
Green Sausage (Heritage)
Harlequin F1
Ildi
Juliet F1
Loveheart (Cutie) F1
Moneymaker
Moravi F1 (Organic)
Orange Santa F1
Red Alert
Roma VF
Roncardo F1
Rosada F1 Hybrid
Ruby F1 Hybrid
Sakura F1 (Organic)
Striped Stuffer (Heritage)
Sub Artic Plenty (Heritage)
Sugary
Sungella
Sungold F1
Super Marmande
Supersteak F1
Supersweet 100 F1
Sweet Olive Hybrid
Tigerella
Totem F1
Yellow Punch F1 Hybrid

Harris Moran

Brixmore F1
Smarty F1
Barbarian F1
El Cid F1
Samurai F1
Copernico F1
Amelia F1
Camel F1
Crista F1
Escudero F1
HMX 5790 F1
Mountain Fresh F1
Mountain Fresh Plus F1
Solar Fire F1
Palomo F1
Pegaso F1
Plum Crimson F1
Pony Express F1
Silverado F1
Torero F1
Toro F1
HM 0830N F1
HM 2853 F1
HM 3860 F1
HMX 1852 F1
HMX 2855 F1
HMX 3859 F1
HMX 3861 F1


Park Seed

Beefmaster Hybrid
Beefy Boy Hybrid
Better Boy Hybrid
Better Bush Improved Hybrid
Big Beef Hybrid
Biltmore Hybrid
Brandywine
Bush Celebrity Hybrid
Celebrity Hybrid
Sweetie Organic
Container Choice Hybrd
Cupid Hybrid
Early Girl Hybrid
Fabulous Hybrid
Glory Hybrid
Golden Gem Hybrid
Golden Rave Hybrid
Health Kick Hybrid
Heirloom Rainbow Blend
Ildi
Jet Star Hybrid
Jolly Hybrid
Juliet
La Rossa Hybrid
Ladybug Hybrid
Marcellino Hybrid
Margherita Hybrid
MoneyMaker Organic
Park's Whopper Improved, VFFNT Hybrid
Park's Whopper VFNT Hybrid
Park's Early Challenge Hybrid
Park's Razzleberry Hybrid
Pineapple
Plum Crimson
Plum Dandy Hybrid
Primetime Hybrid
Snowberry
Sugary
Summer Sweet Hybrid
Super Bush Hybrid
Supersweet 100 Hybrid
Sweet Baby Girl Hybrid
Sweet Cluster Hybrid
Sweet Million Hybrid
Tolstoi Hybrid
Tumbling Tom
Tumbling Tom Yellow
Viva Italia Hybrid


United Genetics


Fair Lady F1
Fundador F1
Rock Master F1
Ciliegino F1
Datterino F1
Early Rock F1
Nemarock F1
Primorock F1
Gigante F1
Rio Brazil F1
San Isidro F1
Altamira F1
UG 7901 F1
SUPER CROMO F1
Moncherry F1
UG-Grape F1
Dalmone F1
Early Gal Improved F1
Simone F1
Mogul F1
Big Rock F1
Fantarock F1
Primato F1
Sun Hybrid 6108
Rio Oro F1
Calmarzano F1
Calroma F1
UG 151 F1
UG 822 F1
UG 9233 TSW F1
UG 33002 TSW F1
Cilento F1
E.N.P. 113 F1
Early Nemapride F1
Magnum F1
Nemagiant F1
UG 601 F1
UG 812 F1
UG 820 F1
UG 3002 F1
UG 8168 F1
Unirex F1
Uno Rosso F1
Durmech F1
Red Gold F1
San Isidro F1
UG 13002 F1
UG 13102 F1

Siegers Seed

BHN 268
CAMELIA
MOUNTAIN BELLE
SUPER SWEET 100 VF
JOLLY ELF
MORNING LIGHT
ST. NICK
SWEET HEARTS
DURPEEL
BHN 410
BHN 411
BHN 685
BRIXY
HALLEY 3155
HYBRID 46
MARIANA
MONICA
SUNOMA
APPLAUSE
BETTER BOY
BHN 22
BHN 444
BHN 543
BHN 586
BHN 589
BHN 591
BHN 602 N
BHN 640
BIG BEEF
BIG BOY
BILTMORE
CELEBRITY
EARLY GIRL
EMPERADOR
FLORIDA 47 R
FLORIDA 91
INDY
LINDA
MOUNTAIN CREST
MOUNTAIN SPRING
PATIO
PHOENIX
SEBRING
SORAYA
SUNBEAM
SUNCHIEF
SUNGUARD
SUNSHINE
TALLADEGA
BHN 641
CAROLINA GOLD
ROMA VFN
RUTGERS
YELLOW PEAR
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More listing of companies and their tomato varieties. If you are wondering why I am listing so many varieties, it is because I have, over many years, collected F-2 seed of many hybrids and I just like to know what the sources are.

SunSeeds

Classy Lady
Mountain Crest
Shady Lady
Carolina Gold
Sun Leaper
Bobcat
QualiT 21
QualiT 23

Ferry Morse

BEEFMASTER
BETTER BOY
BIG BEEF
BIG BOY
BRANDYWINE
EARLY GIRL
JELLY BEAN
JUBILEE
JULIET
RED CHERRY
ROMA VFN
RUTGERS
TOP SIRLOIN
VITA GOLD

Seminis

Beefmaster
Better Boy
Big Beef
Big Boy
Cabernet
Celebrity
Classica
Corona PS
First Lady II
Glory
Golden Girl
Husky Cherry Red
Jetsetter
Keepsake
Lemon Boy
Patio
Pink Girl
Sausalito
Small Fry
Sunsugar
Super Marzano
Supersteak VFN
Terrific
Toma Verde
Viva Italia
Cluster Grande
Health Kick
Polish Linguisa
Window Box Roma
Sweet Baby Girl
Floralina
Magherita


De Ruiter Seeds


MATRIX
DUNDEE
Geronimo
TRUST
QUEST
BLITZ
MATRIX
GRACE
MATCH
TRUST
MAKARI
JELONA
BeOrange
Clarance
Tricia
Tradiro
TRESCO
Favorita
Conchita
Dasher
Amsterdam
Red Delight
Picolino
Flavorino
Lorenzo
Locarno
Bolzano
Orangaro


Seeds by Design (Hybrids)


BEEF MAESTRO F1
BEST BOY BUSH F1
BEST BOY F1
BOY-OH-BOY F-1
CARMELITA F1
CELEBRATION F1
EARLY DOLL F1
EL DORADO F1
HONEYBEE F1
JUBILATION F1
LADYBUG F1
LEMON DROP F1
MONARCH F1
MOUNTAIN PRIDE F1
ORANGE PIXIE F1
RED BEACON F1
RED ZEBRA F1
SUGAR PLUM F1
SUNNY BOY F1
TASTEMASTER F1
YELLOW BEACON F1

Orsetti Seeds

BOS 66509
BOS 7023
BOS 8066
BOS 7026
BOS 66508
RED-SET-GO 28
BOS 40809
BOS 7025
BOS 67212
BOS 707
BOS S-55
CORDOVA
PERA MIA
BOS 52295
BOS 47721
BOS 67374
BOS 20/20
BOS 24675
BOS 315
HALLEY 3155



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Crosstalk forum may seem like a strange to post these tomato lists, but to me this list is like..What's out there for crossing?

Seeds from Italy

YELLOW PEAR
MONTECARLO
BEEFMASTER F1
COSTOLUTO FIORENTINO
CUOR DI BUE
GOLDEN BOY F1
LILLIPUT F1
PANTANO OF ROME
POMONA F1
RED CHERRY
REDUNA F1
RIO GRANDE
ROMA VF
SAN MARZANO ASTRO F1
SAN MARZANO FOLLIA F1
SAN MARZANO REDORTA F1
SCATTOLONE
ST PIERRE


Known-You Seed Co.

Juliet
Chiquita
Precious
Tropical Ruby
Floridity
Sherry
Sugary
Season Red
Ruby
Sugar Pearl
Summer Sweet
Jolly
Golden Gem
Spring Shine
Golden Shine
New Brilliant
Farmers 301
King Kong No. 2
Kiing Kong
Bright Pearl
Pinky
Duchess
Farmers 209
Ladyship
Grace


HeinzSeed

H9478
H8892
H9497
H9661
H9665
Caballero
Siglo XXI
Victoria
Antigua
HH301
HH309
HH320
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I am adding a few more varieties of tomatoes to the compendum

Enza Zaden

Valdeza (E 25.32601) p
Bonitel (E 25.32137) p
Maribel
Pitenza
Ingar
Sensei
Fado
Makalu (E 25.32573) p
Annicky (E 25.32001) p
Shirkan
Sumador
Halay 344
Reemez
Melis
Sarafin .
Yosra 448
Vedetta
Setcopa
Reemez
Buran
Badro
Velocity
Amaral
Aegean
Rally
Belle
Gironda
Elpida
Velasco
Arbason
Alboney
Lido
Teshub
Carson
Lacey
Claree
Nectar
Suzanne
Sakura
Salomee
Marilee
Elettro (E 20.32348) p
Aranca
Caran
Oakley
Lovett
Campari
Temptation
Morellino
Elstar
Kendah
Sadeen
Ayat
Naram
Palenque
Cortez
Savantas (E 24.31996) p
Granadero
Jetstream
Santasian (E 20.32683) p
Garbino (E 20.32361) p
Rodrigo (E 20.31364) p
Pepolino
Eldorado
Sunstream
Gualdino
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Tom, you can add a very important one to Known-You and that's Santa F1.

And it might be a good idea to comment that several of the places you mentioned are wholesale only, so that folks here don't get the impression that they can get seeds directly from them retail, or for that matter wholesale either.

And a very warm welcome to your Moderator status for this Forum, now in addition to your Moderator status for the Potato Forum. Seldom would any site have someone with your background to Moderate and contribute to both subjects.

Now it's about Verde Claro........ OK, I promise, well almost , to keep my mouth ( read fingers silent) shut about this one and many of your other varieties.
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Tom, you can add a very important one to Known-You and that's Santa F1.

Carolyn,

Thanks for posting here. In terms of Santa F-1, my guess is that Procacci Brothers has sufficient control of that variety as to make it (de facto) not listed in the KnownYou.com website. Because of the publicity of Santa F-1 on tomato forums, it has been KnownToMe and KnownToYou of the origins. ('')

If one visits either of the sites below it will illustrate that omission:

http://www.knownyou.com/en_index.jsp...7&type=product

www.knownyou.com

The only hint to Santa is: Juliet, this larger sister variety of Santa.

Back to my opinions. There are many tomato varieties emerging in the attempt to have Santa types.

Santasian (E 20.32683) is but one example

A so-called 'Santa'-type for production in heated greenhouse. Sweet, chrunchy fruit.

I like how the name Santasian alludes to Santa and Fantasian.

Finding tomato varieties listed or unlisted is a game of sorts for me. I don't care if they are next to impossible to access as seed, just knowing what is out there is "Manna" to me. I always have liked to play around with F-2 seed of obscure varieties. The legality of obtaining some of these proprietary hybrids and saving seed is of increasing negation. I have chosen not to go into a lot of detail per variety. That should go to other sub forums perhaps.

I did some research on how varieties of tomatoes become listed. Europe has adopted new regulations in the last few years. Example:

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(2004/842/EC). THE COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES
This is concerning implementing rules whereby Member States may authorize the placing on the market of
seed belonging to varieties for which an application for entry in their national catalog of varieties of tomatoes and agricultural plant species or vegetable species has been submitted.

Sometimes you have to find lists of tomatoes that are not well published. I am including such of list of tomatoes that may have some interest in the future.

Authorizations on the marketing of varieties
Not yet officially listed according to Decision 2004/842/EC.

The varieties have data (in part) regarding:
Variety denom.
National ID
Maintainer
Breeder's reference

This list has been shortened to name only:


Adoration
Aegean
Africo
Airone
Airton
Alcance
Altess
Angelino
Annicky
AP 539
Artix
Arvento
Augusto
Balerina
Baylee
Belluno
Benevita
Big Beef
Bigdena
Birikino
Bizarr
Bonitel
Boquete
Bravona
Caprese
Capricia
Caran
Carmencita
Cassanta
Charai
Clapton
Claudius
Colby
Corianne
Cortez
Cotabel
Cuerido
Cupido
Dafnis
Debut
Dedima
Delikata
Desperado
Despina
Diams
Dirk
Dobrita
Don Carlo
Donbenito
Dukatus
Dunkan
Durlinda
Duronda
Durvigo
Ebia
Elejido
Elettro
Elpida
Elviro
Esvanto
Eugenia
Excelsior
Exxtasy
Faryn
Ferdelance
Florino
Fortix
Geysir
Ginko
Grandella
Grapporosso
Growdena
Heatmaster
Herdon
Hergoleo
Hombre
Huracán
Idalyo
Ikramito
Ingrid
Izmir
Juanita
Kamu
Karakter
Kerala
Kiveli
Konrad
Lampo
Legacy
Leonida
Levanzo
Lilia
Lunarossa
Luxe
Makalu
Malfo
Mariana
Marqués
Minerva
Monello
Montericcio
Montsant
Multifort
Nabateo
Naram
Nemere
Nerone
Oakley
Okapi
Olimpo
Paronset
Pepolino
Phantasia
Philovita
Plaisance
Pluroma
Ponchito
Porfyra
Posseidon
Prix
Prolyco
Reconquista
Ricoco
Rolix
Rosarito
Sadeen
Salinero
Samuelle
Santasian
Santella
Santorange
Saphyro
Saporito
Savantas
Shady Lady
Shakira
Shelby
Shirkan
Sirbone
Snack
Soldoro
Soledad
Suerte
Sunita
Sunrise
Sunshine
Tamburino
Tanyos
Taray
Teshub
Tirsa
Tomaland
Torpeder
Torpedino
Tradition
Treasury
Tricia
Uriburi
Valdeza
Vegalta
Vespro
Voltage
Vulcan
Wall
Westland
WS4030
WS4032
WS4035
WS4040
WS4043
Yoga
Zebra
Zemfira

Here is but a continuum of the Compendium.

Rijk Zwaan

Attitude RZ
Heritage RZ (72-606)
Mariachi RZ
Corbus RZ
Barbados RZ
Bonvivant RZ (72-459)
Caransa RZ
Amoroso RZ
Messina RZ
Evaluna RZ
Big Power RZ
Kemerit RZ
King Kong RZ
Yedi RZ

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And a very warm welcome to your Moderator status for this Forum, now in addition to your Moderator status for the Potato Forum. Seldom would any site have someone with your background to Moderate and contribute to both subjects.('')
Thanks. It renews meaning to my moniker,Tater-Mater.

More on other sites about Verde Claro.(':wink:')


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More on other sites about Verde Claro.('')

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More than I already know in addition to my thinking it's one of the best varieties I've ever grown?

If you've had more to say about it, referring me other sites doesn't do it for me Tom, b'c I don't get around much anymore, to borrow some words from a song I once knew ALL the lyrics to.

So a link or whatever would help me, yes it would. :wink:
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So a link or whatever would help me, yes it would. Wink
I am shifting my Verde Claro comments to the General Discussions Forum in a post called "What to do with Verde Claro Tomato"

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More additions to the compendium

Selected Plants Darrel Jones

97L97 (40x carotene)
German Johnson
1884
German Pink
Opalka
Akers West Virginia
German Red Strawberry
Orange Heirloom
Amana Orange
Giant Belgium
Orange Hurma
Amelia (TSWV resistant, VFFFNT)
Giant Syrian
Orange Oxheart
Amish Paste
Giraffe
Orange Russian 117
Anahu
Glacier
Orange Tree
Ananas Noire
Golden Bison
Orangina
Andrew Rahart's Jumbo Red
Golden Dwarf Champion
Orenburg Giant
Anna Russian
Golden Queen (USDA)
Oxheart, pink
Argentina
Grace Lahman Pink
Ozark Pink
Arkansas Traveler
Grandfather Ashlock
Pasture cherry
Aunt Gertie's Gold
Grandpa Ludolph's German Red
Paul Robeson
Aunt Ginny's Purple
Green Giant
Pearl's Yellow Pink
Aunt Ruby's German Green
Green Sausage
Persimmon
Aurora
Green Zebra
Picardy
Auspicious 88th birthday
Greenhouse 761
Pink Ping Pong
Azoychka (TGS small yellow)
Gregori's Altai
Pink Slicer
Aztec
Guido
Polish
Barbara Plum (F2 to dehybridize)
Gulf State Market
Polish C
Basinga
Happy Jack
Polish Dwarf
Beefsteak Garvey's
Harry Mom's Paste
Polish Ellis
Besser
Healani
Ponderosa
Besser Dwarf
Health Kick (hybrid)
Porter
Besser Jumbo
Heart's Delite
Porter's Pride
Better Bush (container sales only)
Heatherington Pink
Principe Borghese
BHN-640 (TSWV resistant, VFFFNT)
Heidi
Prudens Purple
Big Beef
Heinz 1350
Prue
Big White
HillBilly
Purple Russian
Big Zebra
Hires Rootstock
Purple Smudge
Bisignano #2
Homestead
Queen
Black Brandywine
Homestead 24F
Rainbow Bicolor Cherry
Black Cherry
Hungarian Giant
Ramapo F2
Black from Tula
Hungarian Oval
Red Orange Stuffer
Black from Tula (potato leaf)
Hunt Family Favorite
Red Queen
Bloody Butcher
Ildi
Red Rose
Borgo Cellano
Improved Colossal Red
Red Zebra
Box Car Willie
Improved Colossal Yellow
Regina's Yellow
Bradley
Imur Prior Beta
Reif's Red Heart
Brandywine OTV
Italian Giant Paste
Richardson
Brandywine Pink (Sudduth)
Italian Gold
Riesentraube
Brandywine Red
Italian Red Pear (large fruit)
Rio Grande
Brandywine Red, faux potato leaf
Italian Sweet
Roman Candle
Brandywine X Glacier
Jaune Flamee
Rose
Brandywine X Kotlas
Jaune Flamee (cross, orange pear)
Rose De Berne
Brandywine X Outdoor Girl
JD's Special C-Tex
Rose Quartz Multiflora
Brandywine X Polish
Jefferson Giant
Ruby Nectar hybrid
Brandywine X Stupice
Jimmy Joe
Ruby Rake's Yellow
Brandywine X Tad F3 potato leaf
John's Big Orange
Russian #117
Brandywine X Tad F3 reg leaf
JTD (parent of Rutgers
Russian Red
Brandywine X Tad F4 Pot leaf, Stripes
Jubilee
Rutgers
Brandywine, F2 cross
Julia Child
Scarlet Champion
Burbank
Katinka Cherry
Schimmeig Creg
Burgess Crackproof
Kellogg's Breakfast
Shuntukski
Burgundy Traveler
Kentucky Beefsteak
Silvery Fir Tree
Burpee's Globe
Kewalo
Smoky Mountain Red
Burpee's Gloriana
Kimberly
Snow White
Burrackers Favorite
Kit's Find
Sojourner South American
Burwood Prize
Kornesevvsije
Soldacki
Bush Goliath
Kosovo
South American Giant
Calypso
Kotlas
Southern Night
Cannonball
Large Pink Bulgarian
Stone
Carbon
Large Pink Bulgarian heart F2 A
Strawberry Margarita
Cardinal
Large Pink Bulgarian heart F2 Beef
Striped Cavern
Carnival
Large Pink Bulgarian heart F3 Beef
Stump of the World
Caro Red
Large Pink Bulgarian heart F4 Beef
Stupice
Caro Rich
Large Pink Bulgarian heart F5 Beef
Stupice Cross F2
Carol Chyko paste
Large Pink Bulgarian heart seedling
Stupice Cross F3
Caspian Pink
Large Red Cherry
Sugary
Catherine Simms
Ledoux Special
Sun Gold
Cherokee Chocolate
Lilac Giant
Super Sioux
Cherokee Chocolate Fuzzy
Lillian's Yellow Faux (small)
Surprise
Cherokee Green
Little Lucky
Sutton White
Cherokee Purple
Little Lucky Heart
Sutton's Best of All
Chris Ukrainian
Little Lucky Heart (paste)
Sweet Baby Girl
Christopher Columbus
Livingstone's Beauty
Sweet Meat
Copia
Livingston's Favorite
Sweet Quartz
Creole
Liz Birt
Sweet Thing Grape
Crnkovic Bicolor (Chance Cross)
Long Keeper
Tangerine
Crnkovic Gold (F3)
Lucky Cross
Tasmanian Yellow
Crnkovic Pink (F3)
Lydia's Red Ukraine
Tastiheart
Crnkovic Yugoslavian
Lynnwood
Taylor Lacy Leaf
Cuor di Bue
Magnum Beefsteak
Tennessee Britches
Cuostralee
Magnus
Tidwell German
Curry
Manalucie
Tiffen Mennonite
Daniels
Manapal
Tigerella
Daniels Cross RL (F2)
Mano
Tommy Toes
Daydream
Manyel
Traveller 76
Deacon's Gift
Marianna’s Peace
Trimson
Delicious
Martino's Roma
Triple Crop
Diener
Maryland Pink
Tropic
Dinner Plate
Matina
Turkey Chomp
Dinner Plate A
Matts Wild Cherry
Ukrainian Heart
Dinner Plate B
Maxifort (rootstock!)
Uncle Steve's Italian plum
Dora
McClintock
Variegated (Splash of Cream)
Dorothy's Green
Mexico
Vintage Wine
Dot's Delight
Mexico Midget
Wanda's Potato Top
Double Rich
Micado
Watermelon Beefsteak
Dove Cherry/Grape
Miracle (hybrid)
White Oxheart
Dr. Carolyn
Missouri Pink Love Apple
White Queen
Dr. Carolyn Pink
Momotaro hybrid
Wins All
Dr. Lyle
Monte Carlo
Winter
Dr. Wyche
Mortgage Lifter
Wisconsin 55
Druzba
Mortgage Lifter Estler's
Yellow Bell
Earl of Edgecomb
Mortgage Lifter Halladay
Yellow Benaraby
Earl's Faux
Mortgage Lifter Red
Yellow Brandywine (Platfoot)
Early Wonder
Mountaineer Mystery
Yellow Currant
El Greco (from Volvo)
Mr. Fumo
Yellow Giant
Elbe
Mrs Kennedy (black)
Yellow Pear
Erica D'Australie
Mule Team
Yellow Pico
Ernie's Plump
Mystery, Amy's
Yellow Russian
Ethel Watkins Best
Napoli
Yellow Slicer
Eva Purple Ball
Nebraska Wedding
Yellow Speckled Roman
Explosion
Nepal
Yellow Summer Cicler
Fireball
Neves Azorian Red
Yellow White
Florida 91
New Big Dwarf
Yoder's German Yellow
Fomou
Noir de Crimee
Zade Wilson
Frank's Large Red
Novogogoshary
Zeigler's Fleisch
Galina
Old Brooks
Zogola
Gallo Plum
Old German
Zogola Paste (Chance cross F2)
Gary O'Sena
Old Timey Yellow
Zogola Paste F3
Germaid Red
Old Virginia
German
Omar's Lebanese
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Abe Lincoln
Ailsa Craig
Aker's West Virginia
Alicante
Alpatiev
Amana Orange
Amber-colored
Amish Paste
Amish Salad
Angora
Arctic Blum
Ardwyna
Arkansas Traveller
Aunt Ruby's German Green
Auriga
Aussie
Azure
Bali
Bearo
Bicolour Mortgage Lifter
Bison
Black Brandywine
Black Krim
Black Pear
Black Plum
Black Prince
Black Sea Man
Bonner
Bonny Best
Booster
Bradley
Brandywine
Brandywine "sudduth's
Brandywine otv
Brandywine Platfoot Strain
Brandywine-Red landis
Brilliant Pink
Bullsheart Select
Burgess Stuffing
Bush Beefsteak
Cabot
Carmello
Caro Rich
Ceylon
Chadwick's Cherry
Cheesmanii
Cherokee Purple
Cherry Brandywine
Cherry Roma
Chiapas Wild
Chibikko
Ciudad Victoria
Clear Pink
Cosmonaut Volkov
Costa Rica
Costoluto Fiorentino
Costoluto Genovese
Coustralee
Coyote
Crnkovic Yugoslavian Pink
Cuatomate cuostralee
Dad's Mug
Dakota Gold
Dansk Export
Debarao
Doublerich
Earl of Edgecombe
Early Tanana
Early Yellow Stripe
Ecuador
Elbe
Ethiopian
Federle
Fox Cherry
Fuzzy Peach
Galina
Ganti
Gardener's Delight
German Gold
German Head
German Strawberry
Glacier
Gold Dust Orange
Gold Nugget
Golden Delight
Golden Egg
Golden Queen
Golden Queen Sunray
Goldie
Graham's
Good Keeper
Grandma Marie's Paste
Greek Asemina
Green Zebra
Greenwich
Gregori's Altai
Grightmire's Pride
Harbinger
Heart of the Bull
Heidi Paste
Hourma
Howard Byron's
Ildi
Imur Prior Beta
India
Isis
Isis Candy
Italian Stallion
Italian Sweet
Jaune Flamme
Jewish
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Joyce's Brandywine
Jubilee King Umberto
Lahman's Pink
Landry's Russian
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Lisa King
Lollipop
Long Tom
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Malaysian
Manitoba
Maria's
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Matina
Matt's Wild Cherry
Memorial Polish Paste
Mishca
Missouri Love Apple
Moldovan Green
Mortgage Lifter
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Mrs Benson
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Nigeria
Northern Delight
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Odessa
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Olomovic
Opal Essence
Opalka
Orange Banana
Orange Crimea
Oxheart
Paul Robeson Black
Peacevine
Peche Jaune
Peron
Pine/Fog
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Polar Baby
Polish Ligusta
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Pomme d'Amour
Potato Leaf White
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Principe Borghese
Prize of the Trials
Prudens Purple
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Purple Smudge
Quebec 314
Quebec 59
Quebec 59
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Sioux
Slava
Snow White
Sochulak
Southern Nights
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Sprint
St. Pierre
Striped German
Stupice
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Sunshine Yellow Cherry
Super Early Latah
Swift
Tappy's Heritage
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Taxi
Texas Wild
Thai Pink
Thessaloniki
Tibet
Tiger Stripe
Tigerella
Tigerly
Tip Top
Togo
Trifle
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Tommy Toe
Tony's Round
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UK Pear
Urbanite
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Visitation Valley
Watermelon Beefsteak
White Bush
White Wonder
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Woodle Orange
Yellow Brandywine
Yellow Cherry
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Yellow Mortgage Lifter
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Yellow Wendy
Yellow/Red Cap
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Many thanks for the Information Tom and Carolyn


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Carolyn and Tom
Tom
Does this mean we are going to see a clear skinned claro verde soon?

By the way I laughed a little the way Carolyn slid into the topic
For a tomato she has wanted for some time now - Tom is it about time yet
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Carolyn and Tom
Tom
Does this mean we are going to see a clear skinned claro verde soon?

By the way I laughed a little the way Carolyn slid into the topic
For a tomato she has wanted for some time now - Tom is it about time yet
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Dennis, please note that all of the posts in this thread are from 2007 except the last two and you can find the thread Tom referred to, possibly, by searching here where he did do a thread about Verde Claro, in great detail and said no, he wasn't going to make it available to the public for the reasons he gave.

The end result is that Tom has not formally released any of his varieties to the public since the mid-80's as far as I can remember.

Yes, I've grown Verde Claro, but we now have Green Doctors Frosted, a clear epidermis green when ripe that I'm distributing seeds for in my seed offer thanks to Jeff Casey whose link to his webiste I posted with my seed offer, as well as Neil Lockhart who is listing them in the 2010 SSE YEarbook for the seeds they provided me with to be able to offer.

Since I have tasted Green Doctors and like it very very much growing Green Doctors Frosted won't be a surprise for me since I already know what Verde Claro looks like.
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sorry missed the date - and yes read about Green Doctors Frosted in your seed offer - guess I will have to try some of those someday soon- only small green I have tried is green grape and not impressed - no more room for a cherry or grape for this season
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Hi everyone, I would like to add the following to the Compendium

Hortus Sementi s.r.l
Brands: ORTOVIVO, ZORZI, I SEMI DI BUONA LUNA

Ace 55 VF
Campell 33
Costoluto fiorentino
Cour di bue
Cour di bue d'Albenga
Cour di bue [Pearson]
Marmande
Montecarlo F1
Pantano romanesco
Petomech
Principe Borghese
Red Cherry
Rio Grande
Roma VF
s.Marzano 2
s.Marzano 3

Bakker Brothers
Brands: Bakker Brothers, Top Harvest, Monarch Seeds

Bamonte F1
Banemi F1
Bagan F1
Banesto F1
Batasi F1
BB 257 F1
Bastila F1
Balady F1
Baltyra F1
Baltyco F1
Bastora F1
Bantam F1
Barnum F1
Chico III
Napoli VF
Roma VF
UC 82 B
Cal J
Peto 86
Barito
Rio Grande
Moneymaker
Saint-Pierre
Oxheart
Castlebar
Strain B
Floradade
Heinz 1370
Pearson Improved VF
Rodade
Marmande VF
Ace 55 VF
Heinz 1350
Marglobe
Campbell 33
Gartenperle
Goldcrest
Sweetie
Gardener's Delight
Tigerella
Dulcia
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