RE: [tomato] Seed trial

Richard F. Dillon (
Sun, 19 Mar 2000 18:17:38 -0600

Dave, I'd like to try the Caspian Pink and Brandywines again.  Of all the
varieties of seed that I planted this spring, none of the Caspian Pinks
germinated.  I'll be sending you a SASE soon, thanks, Richard F. Dillon
-----Original Message-----
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On Behalf Of Dave Anderson
Sent:	Saturday, March 18, 2000 9:26 PM
Subject:	[tomato] Seed trial

Last year I offered seeds for Caspian Pink and quite a few of you
took me up on it with mixed results. I also found some Brandywine
plants at the local Eagle Hardware store and planted them in the
same 'mater patch as the Caspian Pinks. Both had big tasty fruits
and while I thought the Caspian Pink was a little more acidic, I
couldn't see much difference.

This year I have seeds for both Caspian Pink and Brandywine and
am willing to sent them to any of you for a Self Addressed
Stamped Envelope. The only thing I ask is that you answer a
simple form and mail it back to me at the end of the growing

Pete, feel free to forward this offer to your tomato group too.

Send your SASE to:

Tomato Seed Offer
Tough Love Chile Co.
18124 Wedge Parkway #128
Reno NV 89511

Dave Anderson
Tough Love Chile Co.
Stony Acres Seeds