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(brought in b/c of freeze) good as if ripen on the vine? Is there a
tc linda , who's been walking on the trails this very foggy morning,
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> Are the seeds from heirloom tomatoes that have ripen on the counter*** There will be no difference in the seed quality.. HOWEVER.. you
> (brought in b/c of freeze) good as if ripen on the vine? Is there a
knew there would be a "but"....
BUT... what traits are you saving that variety for? Early production?
All ready at the same time on the vine? If so, this is not the one you
want to use. I have one plate of tomatoes I pulled in (last year) as I
wanted a longer lasting tomato after it was pulled from the vine. So I
put them on a plate and started chucking them as soon as they started
to look 'off'. I had 5 that looked as good 4 months later as they day
they were picked. So I saved seed from them.
tenzicut - who has to go take the heavy freezer off the trailer and go
get heavy hay.