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Historical background information for varieties handed down from bygone days.

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Old January 16, 2008   #1
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Thanks for this *NEW* Thread category. It's a great idea
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Old January 16, 2008   #2
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Mischka acts fast! I suggested this to him yesterday - after my thread on melon varieties seemed to be destined to be buried in the Fruits area.
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Old January 16, 2008   #3
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As an enthusiastic melon grower I really appreciate this info and look forward to more on other old vegetables and fruits that are dissapearing. Thanks Craig.
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