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    Default Tomato Seed Varieties.

    Does anyone grow Ferline or Legend tomatoes and who'd have seeds and would like to swap some for another variety.
    I love growing tomatoes.

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    G'Day Doug!

    I have seeds here somewhere of Legend not yet grown out so no need to buy that one.

    Don't have any seeds of Ferline F1, though, but it looks pretty scrumptious from the pic at T&M but they all do, don't they?

    Cheers.

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    Hi JaneK,
    I must get a list made up of what I have here, maybe we can do a swap. Legend is on my list of disease resistant varieties to try here next season.

    I'll be in touch.

    Doug
    I love growing tomatoes.

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    I already have a trade list, Doug. It is currently 107 pages long as a Microsoft Word (Open Office) document. When you have your list of all veggies ready PM me your e-mail address so I can send my list to you as an attachment to preserve the formatting. Each variety on my list contains my own description, although I must say that my list also includes my 'wish list', and that is fairly extensive too!

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    Wow - I'd have to double space mine to get a half a page.

    I think you may have mentioned Bean seed at one stage, I have some here.
    I love growing tomatoes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcsee View Post
    Wow - I'd have to double space mine to get a half a page.

    I think you may have mentioned Bean seed at one stage, I have some here.
    Aha, Doug. It's what's on your list that's important.

    Yes, very interested in pole and dwarf beans.
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