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    102x observations

    This was a regular leaf tomato plant, unfortunately the smallest was about 24" in height mostly the plants were in the 28-36" range. With that being said this was by far the tastiest of the 3 varieties I grew out! It was a red tomato with small beefsteak shape on the tall plants, the smaller plants had saladette sized red tomaotes. The were very delicious tomatoes with well balanced flavor, not too sweet. They were moderately productive plants producing late into the fall. The leaf structure was less dense and therefore did a bit better with early blight. Unfortunately not micro in size, but great flavor!
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    I've not had much success finding micro plants from several lines. From my experience with some crosses you have to literally start 100s to find micros.

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    • gthegardener
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      I bet! I chose the smallest of the hundreds that germinated and still no luck!

    #3
    We have plenty more lines to focus on if you would like a few more to play with!

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      #4
      Sean just said exactly what I was going to write. I should have added an additional sentence to my earlier comment. There are some lines that I have started literally hundreds of seeds and found no micros. I've stopped planting them. There are too many other crosses to play with and life is too short. Either Sean or I can send you others to try.

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        #5
        Dan,

        Do you want to list those? or remove them from the list of crosses?

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