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  • Re: New seed source

    Another great source for fresh seeds is http://dollarseed.com/catalog/ They purchase their seeds from major seed suppliers in bulk, then repackage them in reseable ziplock packaging. Each year they start out with fresh seeds, and donate the leftovers to pantry growers to help feed the hungry. The best...
    Posted to Forum by dmoffitt on Wed, Feb 9 2011
  • my self serve veggy stand makes 120 aday

    it was something i started after losing my job ,,,, i went back to basics ,,, ten years later its a big success , take time to view some of my photos ,, at www.hartsgroveproduce.com , i,ll answer your questions ,,, thanks kevin
    Posted to Forum by iinvent1 on Fri, Jan 14 2011
  • Do you plant more than one heirloom tomato ?

    Do you plant more than one heirloom tomato a year? Do you worry about cross polination with the different varietys? Babs
    Posted to Forum by babs on Mon, Sep 20 2010
  • If you save tomato seeds by fermenting.....

    please explain what you do to them. We all need to learn to save our heirloom seeds. Babs
    Posted to Forum by babs on Mon, Sep 20 2010
  • Heirloom tomato seeds

    I just found a new source for Heirloom tomato seeds. They start shipping in Oct. for the 2011 growing season. They have many varietys listed. There is a picture and a nice explanation of each tomatoes size and other info. www.appalachianseeds.com Check it out, Babs
    Posted to Forum by babs on Thu, Sep 16 2010
  • Re: Tomatoes

    I had a major crop of tomatoes this year here in So. Calif., much more than we could eat from six plants. I had 4 heirloom plants and 2 hybrid plants. Two of the heirlooms didn't do all that well. One barely grew over 2 ft., and produced few tomatoes. Another produced a few massive-sized tomatoes...
    Posted to Forum by Edey on Mon, Sep 28 2009
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