RE: [tomato] keeping tomatoes

Dillon Family (
Fri, 26 Feb 1999 05:42:06 -0600

I'm brand new to gardening, and was wondering what Bio-Vam mycorrhiza
inoculant was?  Where do you purchase it and how is it applied?  Would it
help the tomatoes grown down here in the Texas Gulf Coast?  Any help you can
give a newbie gardener is very much appreciated, TIA, and please reply to

-----Original Message-----
From: []
On Behalf Of Thomas Giannou
Sent:	Thursday, February 25, 1999 10:08 PM
Subject:	Re: [tomato] keeping tomatoes

The same thing goes for huckleberries too!  I have a gallon of those in my
freezer.  Every time the freezer door is opened, it's almost like they are
beckoning me to get some ice cream and add a few huckleberries.  Yummy!

Sorry for the off topic fruit stuff.  So, a little about tomato's...  I am
looking forward to growing some sweet 100's cherry tomato's with some of our
Bio-Vam mycorrhiza inoculant this year.  I want to grow the plant in a large
enough container so I can bring it into the house during the next winter
have have a nice tomato harvest going all winter long.  When I used VAM
fungi on our beefsteak tomato's they came on one month early.

Thomas Giannou
Spokane, Washington

-----Original Message-----
From: Edmund C. Flynn <>
To: <>
Date: Thursday, February 25, 1999 8:05 PM
Subject: Re: [tomato] keeping tomatoes

>Thomas Giannou wrote:
>> .  We
>> have used the cookie sheet method for freezing Raspberries.  After they
>> frozen, they can be put into bags or plastic containers and kept in the
>> freezer.  They stay separate from one another that way and make a great
>> snack.
>Ditto for Blueberries       Ed  Flynn