Re: [tomato] Oregon Spring Tomato's

Thomas Giannou (
Sat, 27 Feb 1999 17:57:37 -0800

Thanks for the feed back Chuck!... so, now on to the next question... I live
about 100 miles south of the Canadian Boarder in Spokane.  What would be a
good tomato to grow in this zone that would have good flavor and not full of
slimey guck?  Something with firm flesh.  Something that can grow in this
cooler climate and can produce in our short growing season?  We can plant in
late May and have June, July, August and usually two weeks out of September
before frost sets in.  I am looking for an open pollinated variety so that
seeds can be saved and planted again the next year.

Thomas Giannou
-----Original Message-----
From: ChuckWyatt/Md/Z7 <>
To: <>
Date: Saturday, February 27, 1999 5:48 PM
Subject: [tomato] Oregon Spring Tomato's

>Oregon Spring is a tasteless failure in my book.  I have grown it but did
>not consider the seed worth saving.
>Chuck Wyatt