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Old September 13, 2017   #16
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Nice report. Thanks for sharing. I'm in the Chicago area too and it's helpful to see varieties that have done well for you in this area. I am tweaking next year's grow list. Thanks.
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Lindalana, when you say Mazarini "behaves as det," do you mean it set fruit all at once?

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Old September 14, 2017   #18
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Yes, it ended up being wide but very compact, set bunch of great early fruits and kinda petered out later. So the jury still out, could have been other factors too but this is first year results. Def a keeper though, might try container.
Additional pic Ukrainka. Later variety but worth the wait.
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Trying to get better pic, it is more barrel looking than beef
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