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Old March 3, 2021   #16
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This is very nice looking, i always get a boost to keep going when i see stuff like this, even though i encounter every possible problem (it seems).

I want to do some breeding experiments myself.
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Old October 22, 2021   #17
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Grew out a number of F3 plants in this project this year and still have a few fruits. Potato leaf plants with cocktail cherry tomatoes up to small saladette sized fruit in a range of shades. Album with more photos including the plants on Northern Gardener
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Old October 22, 2021   #18
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They are beautiful Karen. On your FB album, is it listed as "New F3 Beta Project indeterminates"? Looks like the plants aren't tall but not rugose leaves either or am I in the wrong spot?
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Old October 22, 2021   #19
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Thanks
There are a number of different segregants from more than one cross . My selections are All PL now at F3. some are tall indeterminate , some are fairly short as you notice. Some are varying degrees of Multiflora as well. I also have fully Rugose potato leaf dwarfs as well from one of these crosses. Those are shown in the short and sweet album as i have placed all my dwarfs in that category from various crosses.
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Old October 30, 2021   #20
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One of my favourites so far. This colourful gf beta cocktail with the dark green shoulder which is absent under the calyx and so leaves these stars on the top of each fruit.
These fruits are all ripe.
I think they are quite interesting and unusual on potato leaf indeterminate plants.
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A beauty all right. Hope the colour combination carries through to stability for you
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