[Market-farming] RE: heirloom tomatoes
billbradshaw at direcway.com
Fri Feb 11 21:38:58 EST 2005
Paul, what part of East Texas are you from? Just wondering we are located in
Rusk, Texas TB
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Subject: Re: [Market-farming] RE: heirloom tomatoes
> You misunderstand, Dorene. My partner isn't IN Connecticut; she's here and
> we are in the *same zone* as Connecticut. Curiosity factor? I don't think
> so. Actually she brings a lifetime of experience with growing in three
> different climates, northeast, mid-south, and Florida, and my experience
> was in East Texas and Texas A & M. She's raised a number of Old Country
> varieties in the past. We are making the effort to see what can adapt to
> the high desert southwest. We adapt to the weather, just like everybody
> else. BTW, our Brandywines got rave reviews last year.
> paul tradingpost at gilanet.com
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> >IMHO, the guy from NM who is getting recommendations from a tomato grower
> >CT is going for the curiosity factor more than "what will work" for him -
> >can't imagine two more different climates.
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