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Could this be from the seed being from stock that is genetically or modified so as the variety cannot be re produced ?. Seed was from Truss tomatoes purchased and eaten last year.
Thanks,
Cheers, Ken

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Hi Ken, I would think it will still be from the colder weather that they haven’t taken of as yet, I am confident that they will grow. Due to varying pollination possibilities what the tomatoes will be like is another matter. As I would think the ones from last year would be a hybridised plant (nothing to do with genetically modified) Let just say if they were, the plant will still grow but might not fruit, the same can happen with any seed you have collected. Thanks the Palmers Team

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