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#2283432 - 01/27/11 04:35 PM Re: swapping seeds [Re: A.Hall]
a retrohillbilly
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Wobbly, Black Krim is great.
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#2283561 - 01/27/11 05:51 PM Re: swapping seeds [Re: a retrohillbilly]
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 Originally Posted By: a retrohillbilly
Wobbly, Black Krim is great.


Haven't tried them. I've tried Cherokee Purple several times and my yields have alway been poor. They get a lot of press but for me I've given up on them. One that I liked a lot was burgandy traveler, but when I saved the seed the following year the results were not at all what I started with. For the last two years a much smaller tomato and no where near the yield of my orignal seed. Will have to give black krim a try. Thanks.
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#2284725 - 01/28/11 11:51 AM Re: swapping seeds [Re: Wobblyshot1]
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Black Krim is my favorite black tomato. Not as sweet as Cherokee Purple (actually I have only tried Indian Stripe which is a variation of CP). Great flavor, definitely give it a try.
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#2284737 - 01/28/11 11:58 AM Re: swapping seeds [Re: catman529]
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One note, black krim is prone to splititng. Careful with the watering and it's still worth it if they do split a little.
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#2296651 - 02/05/11 06:07 PM Re: swapping seeds [Re: catman529]
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 Originally Posted By: catman529
I've been somewhat interested in Giant Belgium and Abe Lincoln. I'd have to see what seeds I have first to trade.


Heck, catman....if you want a few to try I'll mail a few seeds to you.
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#2297844 - 02/06/11 05:17 PM Re: swapping seeds [Re: Wobblyshot1]
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Sounds good, thanks, I will get back to you but first I want to check my seeds and see if there are any you want. I got to go get some more stamps so I can do some SASE and seed trades. Dang time is running out...gotta get seeds asap.
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#2301143 - 02/08/11 08:39 PM Re: swapping seeds [Re: A.Hall]
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Has anybody in W TN ever tried Swiss Chard? With what results? Thanks Ray
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#2304838 - 02/11/11 10:53 AM Re: swapping seeds [Re: A.Hall]
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Someone send me a PM and remind me to look through what seeds I have left over from last year. Then I can tell you what I have to trade and I will know what new seeds to get (I always try new varieties every year and only re-grow the better ones from last year)
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#2323335 - 02/27/11 06:49 AM Re: swapping seeds [Re: OldFart]
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 Originally Posted By: OldFart
Has anybody in W TN ever tried Swiss Chard? With what results? Thanks Ray


I grew some Northern Lights last year. It does fine in the heat and kept on growing through a long, hot dry spell.
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#2364618 - 04/09/11 06:48 PM Re: swapping seeds [Re: farmin68]
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So how long do seeds last? Could I plant seeds I bought today next spring? In 5 years? How long? Thanks.
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