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bounty hunter seeds
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Hi my name is Shawn
Me and my son Luke and my mom have been growing tomatoes for many years now. We work together every summer from saving seeds to sell on our website. Also, supplying plants and tomatoes to restaurants, local farmers markets, and our local food bank. Below we included a few pictures of what we got growing this year. We grew 1600 plants for the farmers markets and our local food bank. We also have approximately 1,000 plants for our garden to save seeds from and to sell tomatoes too.
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- Location: Trafalgar, Victoria, Australia
Welcome to the junction from Down Under @bounty hunter seeds
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- Location: Newfoundland, Canada
Welcome, Shawn. Those are some fine looking maters.
AgCan Zone 5a/USDA zone 4
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Welcome !! That’s a lot of tomatoes
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Welcome to the forum!
That's definitely a lot of tomatoes!
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- Location: SE Wisconsin Zone 5b
Well that was fast. Hello and Welcome to the Junction Shawn. You have a great selection of seeds and I'm sure a wealth of experience that you can share.
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- Location: center of Pennsylvania, USA, Zone 6a
Welcome from central PA. Looks like you are in southwestern PA?
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I garden in the center of Pennsylvania, in a small clearing in our wooded acres, in 24" tall raised beds. Hardiness zone 6a. Heat zone 4.
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Hello neighbor! Good to have you
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Rob, ZONE 6A with 170 days between frost dates, Western Pennsylvania
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Wow, impressive success ! It's great that your family helps supply the food bank Shawn, I hope to do the same someday -I haven't grown a single tomato yet ...
Bounty Hunter Seeds has been a great resource for me to read and learn about tomato varieties , I'll have to take a closer look.
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- Location: Zone 8a, Augusta GA
A warm welcome from the Peach State!
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@bounty hunter seeds
It's great to have you. That sounds like a great venture.
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Welcome to the Junction!
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Welcome from the uk! A thousand plants, sounds like heaven....
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