William Schlegel wrote:This question Joseph posed. I think we can generalize it a little bit. To "have we previously accidentally produced any promiscuous lines".
So ultimately I think from my experience an accidental promiscuous line seems unlikely. Though possible.
Jeremiah Squingelli wrote:I'm interested in getting a pack of these this year, but I'm just a seed saver and not a professional breeder or anything. As much as I'm thinking about the wildling, should I consider the Q-series instead? I'm here in central florida and between the heat, humidity, rampant disease, and invasive insects it can be hard to get much of anything to last very long here, if that makes a difference.
Patrick Marchand wrote:I purchased Joseph's wildling tomato
William Schlegel wrote:Anthocyanin pigment is a plant sunscreen. It might help certain wild tomato species or populations live in harsh environments.
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