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  • Jungle Jane
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    I have mountain princess bagged up & some others drying on paper plates,I’ll bag them up soon & put the list on here,thanks for keeping the seed circle running Ms T

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  • Nicos
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    I have..
    Pineapple tomato
    https://www.rareseeds.com/store/vege...neapple-tomato


    green d'Antan (aka green zebra seeds -I think)
    https://www.mr-fothergills.co.uk/Veg...l#.X4_tV9HRahA

    Both are ready to go

    does anyone have tomatillo seeds going spare ????

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  • Ms-T
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    Please let me know who's in for is in for this swap...so we can sort something out.
    I don't mine doing it .
    I've got
    House cherry tomato

    Gigante liscio vine

    Wentzell short vine


    If people can let me know on here, that would be great.
    Thanks
    Last edited by Ms-T; 20-10-2020, 10:29 PM.

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  • Paulieb
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    Hi all,
    I'm still keen....and have a few varieties drying out as I type.

    Sweetheart (from Realseeds)
    And 2 other varieties which I have saved after a number of years from a 'Summer Sensation' multipack from Suttons. Will confirm what I think the varieties are, but I believe they are Tanaki and ...? let me have a think......its a great tomato that is still holding onto fruit and has not been hit by blight like the rest of my greenhouse toms.

    Any thoughts on numbers and when we might be all in a position to be sending/swapping.

    Thanks
    Paul

    Cheers
    ​​​​​​​Paul

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  • Ms-T
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    sorry to hear that mark . But thanks for looking after us seed wise ...Hope you have a better year next year.

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  • MarkPelican
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    Hi Scarlett & Everyone,

    I'm going to pull out of the seed swap this year. Earlier in the season one of my plants developed what I thought was early blight. However, it could be Bacterial Canker and has spread to more or less all my plants. Whilst it doesn't seem to have affected the crop as yet (although more green fruit are falling off than usual) the leaves, stems and fruit are affected. I've cut off leaves as they become infected but the cut ends develop grey mould which moves throughout the plant.

    Whatever it is, looking on the web, it can be passed on through seeds and I wouldn't wish this on anybody else so I won't send seeds out this year.

    Hopefully I'll be clear next year, I think its either come from seeds I saved from the allotment or in the compost (the seeds from the allotment are not ones I've shared with anybody).

    Mark
    Last edited by MarkPelican; 29-08-2020, 01:38 PM.

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  • Jungle Jane
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    I’m in the gathering fruit stage,some have ripened but some are slow,a couple I’m saving are mountain princess & German red strawberry the plants are productive with a lot of big tomatoes.

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  • Nicos
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    Still waiting for my pineapple ones to ripen!

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  • Ms-T
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    Hows every ones seed saving going .?

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  • Nicos
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    I think if you click on the persons name their profile page comes up and if they added it when they joined, then it should show up there. We'll pop it on the request list -thanks for mentioning it.

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  • MarkPelican
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    Has the update to the website lost our location? I always found it interesting to know where people were and what a difference that made.

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  • annie8
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    I have loads of fruit developing not much harvest yet, but maybe the cooler weather this year is better. Spent yesterday wrestling with my outdoor tomatoes To get them better staked. The outdoor ones seem to want to sprawl all over the place and do that thing where the plant splits and grows in two different directions.

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  • bramble
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    Tons of blossom and tomatoes on all my plants this year..
    I have had a great harvest so far.

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  • Jungle Jane
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    This time last year it was 38 degrees,plants stalled,some flowers aborted,this weathers been good for them

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  • MarkPelican
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    The number of fruit is gradually increasing. A few on many different varieties. The plants seem to be heavy with flowers is it the season?

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