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Subject:  6.66 Big Marley for Rebel at Bauman's

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wile coyote

St. Paul, Minnesota

Do I need to say more?

10/7/2019 12:24:00 PM

ESheel31(team sLamMer)

Eastern Shore of VA

Devils seed !
Great job Rebel !
What a season you’ve had !

10/7/2019 12:56:32 PM

wile coyote

St. Paul, Minnesota

Can we see pictures? I want to see if it has tomatoes on it that resembles pointed ears, horns, and a pitchfork tail on it.

10/7/2019 2:00:26 PM

Porkchop(team sLamMer)

Central NY

Bam!!!...that’s a monster...dibs on seeds!!!...congrats rebel

10/7/2019 4:40:59 PM

Garden Rebel (Team Rebel Rousers)

Lebanon, Oregon

Oh you guys! I put a couple of pics up. Just waiting now the the Big Evil.

10/7/2019 5:39:37 PM


East Tennessee

62 days!!! Do you get that many days from all your maters or does this variety seem to go longer?

10/7/2019 5:52:30 PM


bloomington Indiana

congrats Rebel!

10/7/2019 5:56:41 PM

Garden Rebel (Team Rebel Rousers)

Lebanon, Oregon

Jsterry, this tomato was recently pollinated in early August in my diary. We had a cool September that delayed ripening in my opinion. It would of gone two more weeks. This is the first year of this variety. They have all gone over 50 days.

10/7/2019 6:04:25 PM


East Tennessee

Interesting, congratulations, I like it!!! I’d like to try that variety in Tennessee.

10/7/2019 6:22:20 PM

G. Kins

Southwest WA

Totally green definitely picked early.
Easily the winner though...
Congrats rebel.

10/7/2019 7:06:24 PM


Oak Grove, Mn

The Big Marley that I grew also went the longest in my garden. Very desirable trait. I am thinking of the recent crosses, that this F1 has done the best for a wide variety of growers. I am excited about it...the next generation should grow 25% of the seeds better than the F1 generation. And future generations the growers will learn how to best tweak the environment for this variety. I hope people have been harvesting their big marley seeds.

10/7/2019 7:07:44 PM

wixom grower (TEAM HAMMER)

Home of the 12 lb tomato

I knew Rebel made a deal with the devil that explains his big maters this year !!! Lol... :-)
Congratulations Rick on the Great year you had !!!

10/8/2019 9:00:33 AM

Ned (team slammer)

Honesdale, Pennsylvania

Congrats Rebel.... a MONSTER> I want to be on the seed list too. A devlish big MATO

10/8/2019 9:11:57 AM

Jane & Phil

Ontario, Canada


10/8/2019 9:21:26 AM


Bloomington, IN USA

Congrats Rebel!
I’d love to be on the seed list too.
I obviously missed out!

10/8/2019 10:36:27 PM

Wolfpack83 (Rebel Rousers)

central Nc


10/9/2019 6:58:47 AM

Farmer Brown (Chris Brown)

Nowthen, Minnesota

Congratulations Rick on another monster mater!

10/10/2019 11:22:30 AM

Suburban Gardener

Western Washington

Great job, Garden Rebel! The Number of the Beast!

10/10/2019 1:59:52 PM

G. Kins

Southwest WA

I think u are ok buddy... if there are 666 seeds in it you may want to consult your local ministry though. It used to be called the devils fruit I think by suspicious Europeans when it was brought back from the new world. Now I just saw somewhere that Romans had a recipe with tomatoes... but I think that was 'fake news'...

10/11/2019 6:37:41 PM


North Pole,Alaska

It was called devils fruit because the acid caused the lead in pewter to leach out causing lead poisoning. They blamed the poisoning on tomatoes.

10/11/2019 9:40:16 PM


North Pole,Alaska

Don't serve the 6.66 on pewter. At least not to friends

10/11/2019 9:41:45 PM

G. Kins

Southwest WA

Ditto for aluminum... Unless you want to trigger your immune system permanently. Not supposed to cook acids on aluminum either... Aluminum is Element 13 for you number-phobes. I could go on and on about aluminum but basically you dont want it in your brain or your kids'.

10/11/2019 10:34:07 PM

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