Re: [tomato] seed borne

Thomas Giannou (
Thu, 17 Jun 1999 11:53:25 -0700

Dear Chuck,

Would you mind sharing with us how you treat all of your seed before you
it out to others?  Is your method one that others could readily follow using
obtained products?  Do you take any quality control measures to ensure your
treatment of seeds is working properly?  What made you make the decision
you should treat treat your seeds for diseases before you sent them out?

Thomas Giannou
Spokane, Washington

----- Original Message -----
From: ChuckWyatt/Md/Z7 <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, June 17, 1999 10:43 AM
Subject: [tomato] seed borne

> To those who are forced to put up with this claptrap, please be assured
> that I am a hobby grower who does distribute some seeds on the internet
> thru the following URL  < >  I do import
> some varieties in packet quantities.  These are not distributed but are
> grown out in my trial garden.  Seed from those that are promising is
> multiplied and sent to others. In all cases, any seed I send out has been
> grown out and determined to be disease free.  There is a statement on the
> web site stating that all seed has been harvested from gardens in
> County, MD and has been treated to preclude seed borne diseases.