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Old October 21, 2018   #391
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Overall 0-33, Bezrassadnyi, Glacier, and Sasha's Altai were the winners in AK in 2018. This is 0-33 that I have had for a couple of years. They grow very well in containers and do well in the ground too, every tomato ripened. I am interested in these early varieties for a few reasons.
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Old November 2, 2018   #392
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Yesterday I started the season 2019. I have seeded the determinant varieties for the cold bed. Three weeks earlier than last year !!!!
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To date, I have 39 thriving tomato plants.
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Old 2 Weeks Ago   #394
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Excellent!
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To date, I have 39 thriving tomato plants.
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Hi Vladimir,

Your plants look great. I see 8 cups with 4 plants in each, but I don't see that on your list. Are you mixing varieties in the same pot to save space?

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On Monday the seedlings fell me out of the window sill. Some of them managed to save 22 out of 39. I have planted some varieties again, but the seeds Cold Set and the Mongolskyi karlik I do not have anymore. These cups were 11, only 8 were photographed. I have four cups divided into four separate compartments, so there is no problem growing four different varieties in one cup.
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What a clever dividing system you have created! I'll have to remember that!
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Vladimir, I'm sorry to hear about your seedlings. You can request Coldset and Mongolskyi Karlik seeds from the MMMM. Tormato might have some.
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Today they look rescued like this. I hope that I will get seeds of three determinant varieties from Tormato, Silvery Fir Tree, Efimir and Forest Fire. I look forward to them. Likewise, I would not have a place in the cold bed for the tomato Cold Set.
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AK Mark, those are good looking tomatoes in your October post. Last year I grew Matsu Express here in Indiana: they were early and produced all year but I thought a bit thick skinned. Can you think of another variety for early here in Indy with readily available seeds?
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By the way, all of MrBig46's plants and toms look great! Glad you were able to recover what you did!

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