RE: [tomato] Befmasters

margaret lauterbach (
Fri, 03 Sep 1999 15:33:44 -0600

At 05:49 PM 9/2/99 -0400, you wrote:
>Thanks for your response. It was illuminating, and I'll forward your note to
>Joe Cavanaugh. He asked the questions in the first place about this new
>introduction of yours. Maybe you'll take the time to to talk with him about
>it when you see him at the Garden State Historical Seed Society's tasting
>later this month.
>Your new tomato came up in converstation while Joe and I we were talking the
>other night.. As GSHSS's director, Joe asked me to be the keynote speaker at
>next year's annual tasting. Guess I better let him know you've decided that
>he and I don't know much about tomatoes.  It was certainly nice of Joe to
>honor your request to be one of the speakers at this year's meeting. Maybe
>we'll run into each other at next year's meeting and I just might use your
>postings to "warm up the house" <grin>.
>Catharine/Atlanta, zone 7b
>-----Original Message-----
>[]On Behalf Of ChuckWyatt/Md/Z7
>Sent: Thursday, September 02, 1999 11:07 AM
>Subject: RE: [tomato] Befmasters
>Hi Catharine,
>I have stated before that I suffer from macular degradation and do not do
>long e mails.  Your questions seem to indicate the need for a primer in
>tomato culture. I would suggest Carolyn Male's book "100 Heirloom Tomatoes
>for the American Garden."  It seems to be written at a level you can
>Good gardening,
>Chuck Wyatt
Masterful, Catharine! Admiringly, Margaret