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I found these databases for gardeners. I thought I would share.

http://njaes.rutgers.edu/tomato-varieties/?Variety

http://www.thechileman.org/

 
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Without a doubt, the largest tomato database on the web is Tatiana's.
She lists almost every known OP heirloom tomato, along with sources to get seeds for most of them.
She offers many of them herself...by far the largest supplier of Russian/USSR varieties.
She is based in British Columbia (just north of Vancouver), and is great to work with.

http://t.tatianastomatobase.com/wiki/Main_Page

 
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Thanks, John.
 
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There was an old database for peppers that disappeared off the internet. I think it can only be found in a different format now. If anyone finds that, then please post it too.
 
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Yeah. Tatiana has over 3,000 OP heirloom veggies (mostly tomatoes) in her collection.
She offers the truest info on them. She has many serious tomato growers & breeders helping to keep the db up to date with the best info.
I would hate to estimate how many thousands of hours have gone into the project. If she finds conflicting info, she will gather seeds from various sources, and grow them out herself to find "the truth".

 
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