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Offline Jet_deck

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Wanna trade seeds?
« on: February 16, 2011, 02:48:48 PM »
I just ordered from Rispens Seeds:http://www.rispensseeds.com/Home.htm

012283 Lady Finger Hybrid tomato  http://www.pizzamaking.com/forum/index.php/topic,12889.0.html

260120 Italian large leaf basil

172106 Cajun Delight okra

What have you got to trade?  I'm "into" chili's,  I would like some sport pepper seeds also.
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Re: Wanna trade seeds?
« Reply #1 on: February 16, 2011, 02:53:11 PM »
I only have other tomato seeds to trade.  I can send you a PM later.   

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Re: Wanna trade seeds?
« Reply #2 on: March 04, 2011, 03:57:44 PM »
I ordered some San Marzano seeds, then found 4" potted ones at a local nursery. I can send you some chilie piquin and cayenne seeds, and I think I have some habneros left.

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Re: Wanna trade seeds?
« Reply #3 on: March 04, 2011, 05:25:34 PM »
Sure, I'll take some of those. I have all of mine in the garage under a heat lamp waiting for them to sprout. PM sent.
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Re: Wanna trade seeds?
« Reply #4 on: March 05, 2011, 06:23:33 PM »
That's a quite unusual seed catalog/company, I wasn't expecting seeing something like that here.... do you have any ties to them? Most people would point to more well known popular companies that have open pollinated varieties that you can save seeds from each year instead of so many hybrids, not to mention large quantities required to purchase of each variety.
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« Reply #5 on: March 06, 2011, 06:47:13 AM »
.... do you have any ties to them? .....

No.
I picked up a magazine while killing time at a trade show in Atlanta.  Rispens Seeds was featured in an article about the tomatoes.  Page 12 here: http://www.columbiapublications.com/tomatomagazine/aug2010/aug2010.html


.... Most people would point to more well known popular companies that have open pollinated varieties that you can save seeds from each year instead of so many hybrids, not to mention large quantities required to purchase of each variety.


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Re: Wanna trade seeds?
« Reply #6 on: March 06, 2011, 02:14:00 PM »
FORTUNATELY? FORTUNATELY, I already have over 500 varieties of tomatoes and 100 varieties of peppers, including many cooking types that would blow away San Marzanos on their best day!

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« Reply #7 on: March 06, 2011, 02:15:32 PM »
FORTUNATELY? FORTUNATELY, I already have over 500 varieties of tomatoes and 100 varieties of peppers, including many cooking types that would blow away San Marzanos on their best day!

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« Reply #8 on: March 06, 2011, 02:22:25 PM »
FORTUNATELY? FORTUNATELY, I already have over 500 varieties of tomatoes and 100 varieties of peppers, including many cooking types that would blow away San Marzanos on their best day!
That's very impressive!

Which 500 do you have?

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Re: Wanna trade seeds?
« Reply #9 on: March 06, 2011, 06:05:37 PM »
I tried pasting it here from Excel 2007 but it didn't format correctly. Will try a different way...


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Re: Wanna trade seeds?
« Reply #10 on: March 06, 2011, 06:18:29 PM »
This was as of 2007, will have to add 2008-09-10 when I get a chance. I also do some breeding.

1884
African Beefsteak
Akers West Virginia
Amana Orange
Amish Paste
Amish Yellow
Ananas Noire
Andrew Rahart's Jumbo Red
Angora
Angora Red
Anna Banana Russian
Anna Russian
Arkansas Traveler
Ashleigh
Aunt Gertie's Gold
Aunt Ginny's Purple
Aunt Madge
Aunt Ruby's German Green
Azoychka
Aztec
Bangladesh Heart
Bear Claw
Bear Claw
Beauty King
Believe It Or Not
Berkeley Tie Dye
Bi-Color Cherry
Bi-Color Cherry
Big Rainbow
Big Ray's Argentina Paste
Big Zac F1
Bisignano #2
Black
Black & Brown Boar
Black Brandywine
Black Cherry
Black From Tula
Black Krim
Black Plum
Black Sea Man
Black Zebra
Blondkopfchen
Bloody Butcher
Blue Ridge Mountain
Bocek Italian Heirloom
Bonny Best
Borgo Cellano
Box Car Willie
Brad's Black Heart
Brandywine O.T.V.
Brandywine Quisenberry Org.
Brandywine, Red
Brandywine, Red  LVS
Brandywine,(Sudduth's)
Brazilian Beauty
Break O Day
Brianna
Brimmer (Wood's Famous)
Brown Cherry
Bulgarian #7
Burbank Slicer
Burgess Crackproof
Burgundy Traveler
Burnley Bounty
Burpee's TableTalk
Burracker's Favorite
Bush Big Boy
Butter And Bull Heart
Carbon
Caspian Pink
Catherine Simms
Chadwick Cherry
Cheesemans
Cherokee Bi-Color #1E
Cherokee Bi-Color #2W
Cherokee Chocolate
Cherokee Green Grape
Cherokee Green
Cherokee Purple
Cherry Brandywine
Cherry Roma
Chianti Rose
Chris Ukrainian
Ciudad Victoria
Clear Pink Early
Cosmonaut Volkov
Costoluto Fiorentino
Costoluto Genevese
Country Orange
Coyote
Craig's Potato Leaf
Creole
Crnkovic Yugoslavian
Cuatomate
Cuostralee
Curl
Czechoslovakian
Dad's Mug
Daniels
Debarao Black
DePinto Family heirloom
Diener
Dinner Plate
Djena Lee's Golden Girl
Dora
Dr. Carolyn Pink
Dr. Carolyn Yellow
Dr. Lyle
Dr. Neal
Dr. Walter
Dr. Wyche's Yellow
Druzba
Dutchman, The (PI303721 70AI)
Dwarf Champion
Dwarf Globe Tatura
Dwarf Recessive
Earl Of Edgecombe
Earl's Faux
Early Siberian
Early Wonder
Elbe
Elfie
Emerald Evergreen
Ernesto
Ernie's Plump
Ethel Watkins Best
Eva Purple Ball
Evan's Purple Pear
F.H. Crow
Flathead Monster
Gabrielle
Gajo de Melon
Galina's
Garden Peach
Gardener's Delight
Gary O' Sena
Gary Staley's Potato Leaf
Gaston's Cherry
Genuine Italian Potato Leaf
Georgia Streak
Germaid Red
German
German Black
German Giant
German Gold
German Head
German Johnson
German Queen
German Red Strawberry
Giant Italian Paste
Giant Italian Pl
Giantissimo Oxheart
"Gigant 10 Novikova
Novikov's Giant"
Gillogly Pink
Giraffe
Glacier
Globe (Burpee's)
Gogosha
Golden Queen USDA Strain
Golden Sunrise
Goldie
Goliath (Orig.)
Good Old Fashioned Red
Grandfather Ashlock
Grandma Mary's Paste
Grandpa Charlie
Grandpa Willie
Granny Cantrell's German Red
Grape
Grappoli d'Inverno
Great Divide
Green Giant
Green Grape
Green Grape (Dwarf)
Green Zebra
Gregori's Altai
Gregori's Altai (pink)
Grosse Cotelee
Grub's Mystery Green
Gruntow____
Haley's Purple Comet
Happy Jack
Hawaiian Cherry
Heatherington Pink
Heidi
Herman's Yellow
Heshpole (F6)
Hilltop
Honey
Horvath
Howard German
Hugh's
Hungarian Giant
Hungarian Oval
Ildi
Improved Colossal Red
Indian Stripe
Isis Brandy
Isis Candy
Isla Margarita
Italian Purple
Italian Sweet
Jagged Leaf
Japanese Black Trifeile
Japanese Oxheart
Jaune Flamee
Jefferson Giant
Jersey Devil
Jetstar Hybrid
Joe's Plum
Juliet
Kalman's Hungarian Pink
Kartofel Nyi
Kecskemeti Jubileum Giant
Kellogg's Breakfast
"Kellogg's Breakfast
Heart Cross"
"Kellogg's West Virginia
(Kellogg's x Aker's W.V.)"
Khirhiv
Kimberly
King Pineapple
Kornesevvsije
Korney's Cross
Korney's Cross F4
Korney's Cross F5 Black
Korney's Cross F6 Blk
Korney's Jelly Bean
Korney's xxx
Kosovo
Lahman Pink
Large Barred Boar
Latvian Heart
Lenny & Gracie's KY Heirloom
Lillian's Yellow Heirloom
Lime Green Salad
Linnie's Oxheart
Lithuanian
Little Lucky
Longkeeper
Lucky Cross
Lucky Cross Pink
Lucky Leprechaun
Lutescent
Lynnwood
Maiden's Kiss
Mama Irene
Marge's Polish Pride
Marianna’s Conflict
Marianna's Peace
Marizol Bratka
Marizol Korney
Marizol Maroon
Marizol Purple
Mark Twain Org.
Martino's Roma
Mary Reynolds
Matchless Austin Strain
Matina
Matt's Wild Cherry
Mazarini
McKinley
Mexico
Mexico Midget
Micado Violettor
Micro-Tom
Milka's Red Bulgarian
Millie Yoder's Little Grape
Mini Pearls
Missouri Pink Love Apple
Mom's (Orange-Red Bi-Color)
Mortgage Lifter Estler's
Mortgage Lifter Radiator Charlie's
Moskvich
Mountain Princess
Mr. Bruno’s
Mule Team
Napoli VF Fiaschetto Paste
Negro Azteca
Nepal
Neves Azorean Red
New Big Dwarf
Nicky Crain
Nipples
Noir De Crimee
Northern Lights
Novichok
Oaxacan Jewel
Old Brooks
Old German
Old Virginia
Olena Ukrainian
Oleyar's German
Olive Hill
Omar's Lebanese
Opalka
Opal's Homestead
Orange Banana
Orange Heart
Orange Heirloom
Orange Pot. Leaf Cherry
Orange Strawberry
Oregon Spring
Orenberg Giant
Ozark Pink
Pale Perfect Purple
Palestinian
Pantano Romanesco
Pasture
Patio
Paul Robeson
Peacevine Cherry
Peaches & Cream
Pearl's Yellow Pink
Persimmon
Phil's Fantastic
Picardy
Piment Champ Martin
Pineapple
Pink Berkeley Tie Dye
Pink Boar
Pink Petticoat
Pink Ping Pong
Plum Lemon aka Wonderlight
Polish (Earl's)
Polish C
Polish Giant
Polish Giant Paste
Polish Paste
Polish Pastel
Polish, Eckert's
Pomodoro Pero Gigante
Pompeii
Pork Chop
Porter
Porter's Dark Cherry
Potiron Exotique
Power's Heirloom
Pruden's Purple
Prue
Purple Calabash
Purple Price
Quarter Century
Quartz Multiflora (pink)
Rasp Large Red
Red Barn
Red Brandywine
Red Brandywine, LVS
Red House Free Standing
Red Mortgage Lifter Vfn
Red Penna
Red Robin
Red Rose
Red Rose Potato Leaf
Reif's Red Heart
Rhoades Heirloom
Richardson
Riesentraube
Riesentraube Cross
Rio Grande
Rio Grande x Mtn. Princess
Roger's Best Black
Roma
Romeo
Rosalie's Paste
Rose
Rose De Berne Org.
Roughwood Golden Plum (F15)
Royal Hillbilly
Russian 117
Russian Bogatyr
Russian Red
Russian Rose
Rutger's
Rutger's Indeterminate
Sainte Lucie
San Marzano
Sandul Moldovan
Santa Clara Canner
Santa F2
Sara's Galapagos
Sarnowski Polish Plum
Sausage
Schellenberg's Favorite
Schimmeig Creg
Schwarze Sarah
Shapka Monomakha
Siberia
Sicilian Plum
Siletz
Silvery Fir Tree
Slankard's
Snow White
Sojourner South American
Soldacki
Sophie's Choice
Southern Night
Spark's Yellow
Speckled Roman
Spoon
Spuda Yellow Strawberry
Spudakee Purple
Spudalucie (F3)
Spudatula
SpudaYellow Strawberry
Spudleaf 117 (F3)
St. Lucie
St. Pierre
"Stick"
Stump Of The World
Stupice
Sugary F1
Sun Sugar
SunBaby F1
Sungold F1
Sungold Select
SUNPLUM #1 (LONG)
SUNPLUM #2 (ROUND)
SUNPLUM F4 FROM PATRINA
SUNPLUM F5
SUNPLUM F6
SUNPLUM F6 PL
Sunset Red Horizon
Super Bush (F1)
Super Italian Paste
Super Sioux
SuperMultifloraLicious
Supersweet 100
Sweet Chelsea
Sweet Cluster
Swiss Alpine
Sylvan Gaume
Tappy's Heritage
Tegucigalpa
"Ten Fingers of Naples (Dix Doights De Naples)"
Texas Wild
Thai Pink
Thessaloniki
Throwback PL Plum
Tidwell German
Tiffen Mennonite
Tigrella (Russian Strain)
Tiny Tim
Tip-Top
Tommy Toe
Tommy Toes Yellow
Tom's Yellow Wonder
Trip-L-Crop
Ukrainian Heart
Uncle Mark Bagby
Uncle Steve's
Variegated
Velvet Red
Virginia Sweets
Volgograd
Wagner's Italian
Wanda's Potato Leaf
Watermelon Beefsteak
Wes
Whippersnapper
Wild Florida Everglade
Wins All
Wisconsin 55
Wuhib
Yellow Brandywine Platfoot Strain
Yellow Furry Boar
Yellow Perfection
Yellow Submarine
Yellow-Out Red-In
Yoder's German Yellow
Yugoslavian
Zogola
3-625
LA0085
LA0160
LA0324
"LA0325--Curl--1955
(NSL 116395)"
"LA0517 Early Santa Clara
(G32288 / NSL 116415)"
LA0560
LA0895
LA1111 (alb) (NSL 187015)
LA1177
LA1402
LA1663
LA1700
LA2007
"LA2375 SAN MAR HI-HT
 PI 279566 (97GI) 62"
LA2457
LA2467
LA2473
"LA2513 (NSL 187099)
a, c, d, gf, gs, h, marm, mc, r, wf, y"
"LA2661
Nagcarlang (NSL 203278)"
LA2922
LA3171
LA3183
LA3615
"LA3729 (alb)
(NSL 342301)"
"LA3740--Curl--1996
(NSL 342302)"
PI 365924 (97GI) (PERU) CHAINA TOMATE
PI 390689 (75AI) (PERU)
"PI 406808 (76AI) (EL SALVADOR)
San Marzano segregate"
PI 451985 (00GI) 80-Roza
"PI 564091 (94GI) 92
Mo. 31-ST-6"
"PI 633506 (02GI) 71
Potato Leaf Type"


Sorry for the mess..... some can be found on an old page of mine:

http://mysite.verizon.net/~korney19/myseeds.html

Lots of pics & comments at the above link. change the e-mail to gmail...
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Re: Wanna trade seeds?
« Reply #11 on: March 07, 2011, 12:08:29 AM »
Moving forward, I still would like some sport pepper seeds.  I believe that the bottled in vinegar kind, and the Chicago hot dog type are the same.  If not, either or both of these is what I'd like.
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« Reply #12 on: March 16, 2011, 12:59:05 AM »
Update:  Nearly three weeks in the making, the results thus far:  All three possible pizza toppings were planted, watered and heated at the same rate.  The growth of the Cajun Okra and Neo. Basil were evident within a few days, the Lady Finger tomatoes just in the last five days.
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Re: Wanna trade seeds?
« Reply #13 on: March 16, 2011, 08:08:32 AM »
Nice, yours will ship today.

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« Reply #14 on: June 03, 2011, 02:08:25 PM »
Udate:  Blooms!
1 chili pequin
2 chili pequin
3 tomato blooms
4 tomato
5 Basil forest
6 Okra
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Re: Wanna trade seeds?
« Reply #15 on: June 05, 2011, 06:23:06 PM »
Sadly, the lady finger tomatoes did not survive this 4 day weekend.  I do have some okra left, and a bunch of basil.  My San Marzanos do not like the early heat, so I will be lucky to get any at all.  It would help had it rained in the last 3 months.

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Re: Wanna trade seeds?
« Reply #16 on: December 29, 2011, 12:32:27 AM »
I've got pink brandywine that I select year to year for size and firmness if you want to swap. I might have some extra Purple Cherokee to swap, too (but they didn't do well this year and I may not have very many.) Been growing both varieties for six years, plus other oddballs I pick up at various places. I admire your list: 500+ varieties! Wish I had the patience to string up and separate that many varieties... but alas, I don't have a farm with the necessary acreage for that.

If you wanted to swap with me, I'm looking for great paste-type tomatoes of interesting colors with shorter growing season (less than 90 days preferably - but can hot cap them as needed to protect them through the season).

(I'd also take any heirloom banana-type pepper seeds in trade...  but the only collected pepper seeds I have are from my mini-sweet peppers. I started these three years ago from grocery store stock - and they grew great. Tasty, small, sweet with a teeny kick. Don't know the cultivar because they came from the produce aisle). They also produce inside in a pot!

Let me know.


 

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