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Sat, 3 Apr 2021 10:17:46 -0400
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Has anyone had experience hot water treating tomato seed?  We had a new 
seed borne disease show up last year, Stemphylium blight, and it caused 
significant damage.  We've spent many years treating peppers and 
brassicas and have a nice laboratory grade hot water bath for it.  I'm 
nervous about doing tomato seed, though, since it's likely to clump and 
stick together when it dries.

-- 
Gideon Porth, Owner
Atlas Farm LLC
635 River Rd.
Deerfield, MA 01342
413-695-2728

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