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Tomatoes can protect against skin cancer

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5506060/ This talks about how consuming tomatoes reduces indicence of tumors from a certain kind of skin cancer, or some such. They only tested red and tangerine tomatoes (tangerine is a color gene for one of the orange kinds of tomatoes, which is ...read more

Cilantrovaya_ tomato project

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by Radishrain • | | 1 comment
Cilantrovaya_A F2 is the same plant as MKX_B. See the MKX_ project for earlier information about MKX_B: https://www.growspice.com/MKX-tomato-project-td3636.html This project was named due to the first fruit of Cilantrovaya_A having a delayed aftertaste of fresh cilantro, and having Medovaya ...read more

Wonderberries are tetraploids!

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by Radishrain • | | 1 comment
I've long wondered whether wonderberries were polyploids or not, and it turns out, they are! Well, according to a couple sources on the Internet, anyway. I don't know if they're talking about research done on actual wonderberries sold as wonderberries or on Solanum retroflexum from Africa, or on...read more

Wuler_ tomato project

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
See also this link: https://www.tomatojunction.com/post73894.html#p73894 Wuler_ is a tomato project of mine ( see my ID system if you want to make sense of how I name plants within each project), to deal with segregations of and/or crosses with the unstable B.S.X. tomato seeds I received in...read more

Wuler_ tomato project

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
Wuler_ is a tomato project of mine, to deal with segregations of and/or crosses with the unstable B.S.X. tomato seeds I received in 2019 (which have proven pretty cool). This is to distinguish it from the other B.S.X. tomatoes floating around that don't quite match mine in description, and to he...read more

Honeycomb F1 tomato

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
Data: - 0.5oz fruit (15 grams); large cherry size; extra large cherry size - Fruit color: orange / golden orange-yellow - 75 to 80 days - Indeterminate - Resists Fol (0,1,2), ToMV, Pi, Pst, Xcv, along with some resistance to at least one kind of blight (not sure which), according to moless...read more

Tasty Beef F1 tomato

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
- High yielding / productive / enormous quantities - Vigorous - 4 to 8 oz - Indeterminate - Red / intense scarlet - Resists V F2 / Good disease resistance - May be a Gurney's breed. Vendors in 2022: - $6.99: https://www.gurneys.com/product/tasty-beef-vff-hybrid-tomato - $8.97: https:/...read more

Super Beefsteak tomato

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
- 80 days - Up to 1lb / 17oz / medium - High yielding - Red - Beefsteak/oblate shape - Smooth and meaty - RL - Indeterminate - Resists V F N - Smoother shoulders and smaller blossoms scars than the regular Beefsteak, according to Burpee, in 2022. - Open-pollinated Articles: - http:...read more

BushSteak F1 tomato

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
- 8 to 12 oz - meaty - 20 to 24 inch dwarf plants / mature height = 36" - determinate - 65 days / early - container-friendly Vendors in 2022: - $6.95 (40 seeds): https://www.burpee.com/tomato-bushsteak-hybrid-prod000982.html - https://www.homedepot.com/p/Burpee-Tomato-BushSteak-Hy...read more

Tomato to-grow list for 2023

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
- Amana Orange (future saved seed) - Broy_ F3 (future saved seed) - Brandy Boy F12 (future saved seed) - Brazillian Beauty (Gifted/traded seed) - Cherokee Purple (Baker Creek) - German Lunchbox (Baker Creek) - Market Wonder (Saved seed) - Mila Orange Pear (Baker Creek) - MKX_ (Future sav...read more

Morsel_ tomato project

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
Morsel_A F1 was a plant I grew in 2021. It was an F1 hybrid, with Napoli as the mother, and an unknown smaller-fruited plant as the father. The fruits were ovate in a symmetrical fashion; they were somewhat sweet, and quite good. They tasted like they'd be good tomatoes in salad (and for snackin...read more

MKX_ tomato project

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by Radishrain • | | 4 comments
MKX_ is a tomato breeding project. MKX_A F1 was the first plant of the project, grown in 2017, and was a cross between Medovaya Kaplya and another tomato. The cross evidently happened in my own garden in 2016 (when I grew the true Medovaya Kaplya, and probably over a hundred other tomato variet...read more

Microwaving radish seeds

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
https://www.education.com/science-fair/article/exposure-time-microwaves-affect-seed/#:~:text=Seeds%20only%20microwaved%2015%20seconds,experiment%20with%20lower%20microwave%20times. This link is to an experiment about the effects on germination of microwaving radish seeds. I wonder if that ...read more

Lobbying for the Utah state vegetable

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
https://www.deseret.com/2008/3/28/20078637/hamson-tomato-should-be-state-veggie This is an article written by someone who wants the Hamson tomato to be the Utah state vegetable. Cool. I'm growing two Hamson plants, this year.

Tomato Chlorotic Spot virus

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
http://vegetablemdonline.ppath.cornell.edu/NewsArticles/Tomato_Chlorotic_Spot_Virus.html The link above provides information and a call to report cases of Tomato Chlorotic Spot virus. It's similar to Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus.

Tomato Chlorosis virus

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
https://www.growingproduce.com/crop-protection/disease-control/pest-of-the-month-tomato-chlorosis-virus-2/ This virus looks a lot like magnesium-deficiency (the link describes how it's different). It's spread by whiteflies.

Scientific information about Malva neglecta

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/333747368_Medical_benefit_of_Malva_neglecta_-A_review The linked page has a wealth of information about the chemicals in Malva neglecta.

Horehound

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
Horehound is a very interesting herb. It's not just like another version of mint in what it does (although it does some of the same things). I recommend studying it. While this article doesn't tell a lot of the things horehound is supposed to be good for, if you're interested in horehound sci...read more

Mulberry composition

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
https://encyclopedia.pub/entry/22222 This is the most thorough analysis I've found so far.

Tomato deficiencies

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
https://vikaspedia.in/agriculture/crop-production/integrated-pest-managment/ipm-for-vegetables/ipm-strategies-for-tomato/nutritional-deficiencies-of-tomato

Snacker_ tomato

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by Radishrain • | | 2 comments
Note: If you're in the USA and want free seeds for any of my breeding projects, don't hesitate to ask. I would love for you or others to grow them. * Project name: Snacker_ * Status: Almost stable as of the F2, actually (due to so many recessive traits showing up); growing F4s in 2022. The f...read more

Experiments in rooting grapefruit cuttings

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by Radishrain • | | 1 comment
I've previously tried rooting grapefruit cuttings in water in a windowsill (probably about four times). Each time it failed. The cutting would eventually dry up and die, with no roots, after some weeks. I didn't use hormone-rooting powder, however (but that would dissolve in the water, rather th...read more

My Christmas cactus moves

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by Radishrain • | | 2 comments
Every once in a while (days to weeks or so), one of my Christmas cactuses moves. When it does, it seems to do it all at once. It starts out flopped on the north side of its pot. Then, it spreads out across the pot nicely, with part of the plant north, part in the center, and part south. Then, it...read more

Dill powder (and dip/spread recipe)

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
I got some organic dill seeds a while ago. I decided I wanted them in powder form to make them easier to use at a moments' notice for a wider variety of purposes. So, I blended them up, and now they look kind of like peat moss, but workable. The freshly blended up seeds smelled like menthol, ...read more

Lamiaceae Thymus vulgaris derivative "Thymol"; natural medical, flavoring, and pesticide uses.

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by CryptidFlora • | | 2 comments
https://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/compound/thymol#section=EU-Pesticides-Data As can be seen in this pub chem directory page, Thymol (a natural derivative of thyme herb) has evidence of antimicrobial properties, and is accepted by the EPA for use as a natural fungicide. It also shows some e...read more
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