Author Topic: Marker Assisted Selection, Promiscuous Tomatoes  (Read 169 times)

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Re: Marker Assisted Selection, Promiscuous Tomatoes
« Reply #15 on: 2021-04-07, 10:07:33 PM »
The definition that I'm using for dwarf, is vines less than about 18" long.

S-36 bears a strong resemblance to it's ancestor Jagodka, because it sent out new shoots at each leaf node, therefore it was a highly compact plant, which quickly created a closed canopy, and suppressed weed growth.

Here's video footage of S-35, and S-36. Sorry that I don't have a streaming service running on my web site, perhaps download it prior to playing.
http://lofthouse.com/p/s35-s37.mp4