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Proposal: new_plant
Status: Approved

Propid: 209974

May 7, 2015 6:16 PM Genus: Pastinaca
Species: sativa
Cultivar: Petrik
Common: Parsnip

Proposal: new_plant
Status: Approved

Propid: 204075

Approved by: zuzu

Mar 26, 2015 11:11 AM Genus: Anethum
Species: graveolens
Cultivar: Ambrosia
Common: Dill
Calendula (Calendula officinalis 'Pacific Beauty')
Proposal: edit_name
Status: Approved

Propid: 202471

Approved by: zuzu

Mar 16, 2015 3:22 PM Pid: 112180
Cultivars:
  • Pacific Beauty
Common:
  • Pot Marigold
  • English Marigold
  • Calendula
Latin:
  • Calendula officinalis
Latin_status:
  • accepted

Proposal: new_plant
Status: Declined

Propid: 190349

Approved by: MikeD

Jan 30, 2015 7:17 PM Genus: Solanum
Species: lycopersicum
Cultivar: Seek No Further Love Apple
Common: Tomato

Proposal: new_plant
Status: Declined

Propid: 190348

Approved by: MikeD

Jan 30, 2015 7:11 PM Genus: Solanum
Species: lycopersicum
Cultivar: Elbonian Mud Ball
Common: Tomato

Proposal: new_plant
Status: Declined

Propid: 190347

Approved by: MikeD

Jan 30, 2015 7:08 PM Genus: Solanum
Species: lycopersicum
Cultivar: Blue Suede-uth Shoes
Common: Tomato
Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum 'Serre Wonder')
Proposal: edit_name
Status: Approved

Propid: 189873

Approved by: zuzu

Jan 28, 2015 1:47 PM Pid: 672707
Cultivars:
  • Serre Wonder
Asa:
  • Greenhouse Wonder or Greenhouse Marvel
Common:
  • Tomato
Latin:
  • Solanum lycopersicum
Latin_status:
  • accepted

Proposal: new_plant
Status: Approved

Propid: 189719

Approved by: eclayne

Jan 28, 2015 9:00 AM Genus: Solanum
Species: lycopersicum
Cultivar: Serre Wonder
Common: Tomato
Turnip (Brassica rapa subsp. rapa 'Navet des Vertus Marteau')
Proposal: edit_name
Status: Approved

Propid: 189488

Approved by: zuzu

Jan 27, 2015 1:54 PM Pid: 160068
Cultivars:
  • Navet des Vertus Marteau
Asa:
  • Vertus Marteau
Common:
  • Turnip
Latin:
  • Brassica rapa
Latin_status:
  • accepted
Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum 'Red Beefsteak')
Proposal: edit_name
Status: Approved

Propid: 187131

Approved by: zuzu

Jan 19, 2015 11:53 AM Pid: 590590
Cultivars:
  • Red Beefsteak
Common:
  • Tomato
Latin:
  • Solanum lycopersicum
Latin_status:
  • accepted
Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum 'Red Beefsteak')
Proposal: edit_name
Status: Declined

Propid: 187130

Approved by: zuzu

Jan 19, 2015 11:53 AM Pid: 590590
Cultivars:
  • Red Beefsteak
Common:
  • Tomato
Latin:
  • Solanum lycopersicum
Latin_status:
  • accepted

Proposal: plant_delete
Status: Approved

Propid: 185790

Approved by: zuzu

Jan 9, 2015 9:39 PM Pid: 667809
Explanation: This tomato, is apparently the same exact plant as "Brandywine" tomato. However, some sellers specify it as "pink" Brandywine, as to differentiate many other Brandywine tomatoes out there. There is much confusion, as the pink potato leaved (original) was listed as "Brandywine", and often put in the "red section" of listings, leading people to believe it WAS a red tomato, when it wasn't. There IS another tomato called "Red Brandywine" of which the fruit IS red, but the leaves are regular leaves. I got the seeds from a package calling it "Pink Brandywine" so I added a listing under that name. Then as I was researching the specifics for it, I found all this out. It was a Commercial pack, that probably added the "Pink" in front of the name, to differentiate it from the red version, or all the other "Brandywine" versions. Here's an excerpt about this confusion... History of the Brandywine Tomatoes in the SSE Yearbooks~ http://www.webgrower.com/information/craig_brandywine.html "1975-1981: No Listings of Brandywine 1982: Brandywine (3 listings) 1983: Brandywine (10 listings) 1984: Red Brandywine (1 listing, WI HO S, potato leaf pink) Brandywine (14 listings) 1985: Red Section: Red Brandywine (1 listing, FL ST G, WI HO S 84, potato leaf pink). Pink Section: Brandywine (22 listings). 1986: Listed in the Red section: Red Brandywine (1 listing – FL ST G, from WI HO S 84) – possible incorrectly listed – as potato leaf, large fruit. Listed in the Pink to Purple section: Brandywine (23 listings) – earliest listing OH QU B (Ben Quisenberry) 1980 – all listed as pink potato leaf, large fruit – but Quisenberry strain quoted as being best flavored. No listings for Yellow or any other Brandywines." Other strains... "Substrains, selections, and erroneous names: Glick’s Strain (first appeared with this name in 1999) Pink Brandywine ("pink" is redundant and unnecessary – listed this way once, in 1991) Joyce’s Strain (first appeared in 1995) Amish (probably a supposition; first listed in 1987) Pawer’s (an error – appeared in 1994) Sudduth’s (first listing 1996) Quisenberry’s (only one listing, 1999) Radiator Charlie’s (listed in one SSE yearbook, 1995, most likely an error) Probably crosses, selections, etc: Brandywine Sport (first listed 1990, then again in 1997) Brandywine Mutate (one listing, 1997) Brandywine Cherry (first showed up in 1998) Purple Brandywine (first listed under this name in 1998, but is in reality a stabilized variety created by Joe Bratka by crossing Brandywine with Marizol Purple – it is also known as Purple Brandy, Marizol Brandywine and Marizol Bratka)"

Proposal: plant_delete
Status: Approved

Propid: 185202

Approved by: eclayne

Jan 8, 2015 10:21 AM Pid: 667810
Explanation: I entered this plant based on the name given to me, but based on further research, it is the same exact variety as Pertsevidnyi Zheltyi. Being a foreign variety, the name spelling varies, via the local dialect in Germany, The Ukraine, Russia, as well as symbol sound in these languages to English letters, etc. Exerpt from a discussion about it on tomatoville... "Let me make some correction in Russion names of some varieties I've got in my seed colletion as well: Amurskij Tigr- "Amur Tiger"- striped cherry variety = Amurskiy Tigr Pertsewidnij Schelmij- “Gold Pepper-Shaped”- Super Sweet! = Pertsevidnyi Zheltyi Sacharnaja Silwa Malinowaja- “Raspberry-Colored Sugarplum” = Sakharnaya Sliva Malinovaya" "You just took one letter "т" in this Russian word as English small written letter "m", because this is the way it is written on the package, but we also write "т" as "m" in Russian writing language Желтый (Zheltyi) is "Yellow' in English. And I really advise you not to use German for transcribing Russian variety names, because it is always different this way. "Sch" sounds other way than "Ж" in Russian or "Zh" in English. "Sch" = "Ш" (Rus) = "Sh" (Eng). I don't remember if "Ж" is existed in German unfortunately..." Please delete the variety "Pertsewidnij Schelmij" ~ It is already in the database under it's correct name "Pertsevidnyi Zheltyi".
Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum 'Negro de Siles')
Proposal: edit_name
Status: Approved

Propid: 184031

Approved by: zuzu

Jan 3, 2015 2:10 PM Pid: 592194
Cultivars:
  • Negro De Siles
Asa:
  • Negro De Silex ~ This is an incorrect name thought to be a misreading of a hand written name on a seed pack.
Common:
  • Tomato
Latin:
  • Solanum lycopersicum
Latin_status:
  • accepted

Proposal: new_plant
Status: Approved

Propid: 183484

Approved by: zuzu

Jan 2, 2015 12:45 PM Genus: Solanum
Species: lycopersicum
Cultivar: Hahms Gelbe
Common: Tomato

Proposal: new_plant
Status: Approved

Propid: 181428

Approved by: zuzu

Dec 26, 2014 7:19 PM Genus: Solanum
Species: lycopersicum
Cultivar: Zaitska
Common: Tomato

Proposal: new_plant
Status: Declined

Propid: 181427

Approved by: zuzu

Dec 26, 2014 6:40 PM Genus: Solanum
Species: lycopersicum
Cultivar: Zaitska
Common: Tomato

Proposal: new_plant
Status: Approved

Propid: 181426

Approved by: zuzu

Dec 26, 2014 6:40 PM Genus: Solanum
Species: lycopersicum
Cultivar: Rjabchik
Common: Tomato

Proposal: new_plant
Status: Approved

Propid: 181425

Approved by: zuzu

Dec 26, 2014 6:32 PM Genus: Solanum
Species: lycopersicum
Cultivar: Juhas
Common: Tomato

Proposal: new_plant
Status: Approved

Propid: 181424

Approved by: zuzu

Dec 26, 2014 6:31 PM Genus: Solanum
Species: lycopersicum
Cultivar: Alter Kommunist
Common: Tomato

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