Jen Fan wrote:Wonderful work I need self-pollinating varieties for my greenhouse. Your seed info page says they're "promiscuously pollinated", is this self-pollinating?
Thanks. I am selecting for tomato plants with promiscuous flower types, that are incapable of self-fertilization. The thought process behind this strategy, is that every seed will be a new F1 hybrid in every generation, thus making it trivial to trial hundreds of thousands of unique varieties for resistance to blights, septoria, bug, climate, soil, etc.
Hey Joseph, I am super excited to try some of your seeds this year. Planning to start out with just squash as I launch my own landrace wintersquash project. Of course looking at your seed list I was over run with 'Oooooh look at that shiny! I want it' so I'll probably order more than planned. That said I just want to make sure I understand how to order seeds; I send a list of the seed I am interested in, along with an appropriate amount of silver as well as $4 in modern fiat and a return address? Is there any other steps I should take?
Location: Cache Valley, zone 4b, Irrigated, 9" rain in badlands.