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Old August 22, 2006   #16
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Trudi ~

I agree, and think you will enjoy !
Thanks for your interest ~

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Old August 23, 2006   #17
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I was reading this quickly at work and thought I missed something .

I guess I need to get my mind out of the gutter :wink: .

I'll have seeds from my cross ready to send to you soon Tom.

Trudi, I don't think I mentioned it to you yet but you are welcome to them as well.

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Old August 24, 2006   #18
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Thank you RIK,

I would be very happy to have some seeds.

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Old August 24, 2006   #19
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It's all good folks. As desirable as we find our
produce, I doubt that anything growing in our
gardens will be showing up anytime soon in
an Amsterdam window show. :wink: :wink: ....JJ61
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Old August 24, 2006   #20
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You wouldn't pay five bucks a pound for Aunt Ruby's German Green?
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Old August 24, 2006   #21
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Rik & Everyone ~

Those that have sent me SASE for
seed; they went out on Monday -
So depending where you
are , you should get them this week ~

Tom

ps.
All of my "Greens" some way or another
bit the dust ... so $5 a pound sounds
like a deal here in NJ (after all, thats alot less than what I
charge for "Sad Sac" !!!, lol :wink: )
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Old August 25, 2006   #22
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Tom

Just to let you know i got the TYW seeds today and i will keep you updated with the progress . I have put in a new 8x10 bed just for grow-outs so if you are anyone else needs help with grow-outs just let me know! If i can't get them in that bed i have 4 other acres that i can work with :wink: . Thanks again Tom
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Old August 25, 2006   #23
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re: Richard
If i can't get them in that bed i have 4 other acres that i can work with

re:
Wow I wish !!!
Enjoy, and keep me posted with
growing reports and pics ~

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Has everyone received their seeds I sent ???

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Thanks much Tom, I received my seeds last Friday if I remember correctly adn they are store and waiting now.

Thanks a bunch and I will keep the thread updated when we get to that point...
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What we are looking for:

Large Yellow Beefsteaks (some with pointed fruits)
RL Plants ( let me know if you get PL)
75 - 85 DTM
Disease Tolerance

Keep me posted if anyone has greenhouses
during my "off-season" ~

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Tom,

I got my seeds this weekend for both TYW and the Large Amish Paste. Thanks!

I have not yet had the opportunity to sow any seeds, but I expect I'll be doing that soon, possibly Friday.

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Eric ,

Sounds great -
Do not hesitate to PM me if you have any challenges -
Looking forward to your results !

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I just wanted to let everybody know the
next batch of fresh seed is going out this
week ~
Keep me posted when you get them ~

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Wow, I can't believe this thread is still on page 1.

Way to keep em stoked Tom!

I got the seeds you sent... oh let's see, about 3 months ago. I have finally had time to get myself together so believe it or not, I'll finally be sending you seed for Lucky Cross X Juliet.

Look forward to reading more about the Yellow Wonder, and what about that bicolor project from a Lillian's Yellow cross .

Can't wait to see how that turns out!

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