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Carolyn J. Male

Professor of Microbiology

The College of Saint Rose

HQ Phone:  (518) 454-5111

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The College of Saint Rose

432 Western Avenue

Albany, New York,12203

United States

Company Description

The College of Saint Rose to Honor Dr. R. Mark and Kathleen Sullivan and Karene Tarquin Faul at May 12 Commencement The College of Saint Rose, founded and sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, has announced that it will honor Dr. R. Mark and Ka...more

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Heirloom Tomato Specialist and Author

Heirloom Tomatoes


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Blossom End Rot (BER) in Tomatoes by Dr. Carolyn Male - Victory Seed Company

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by Carolyn Male
Carolyn J. Male, Ph.D.,retired as a professor of microbiology from the College of Saint Rose in Albany, New York. She is a major voice on several internet tomato forums and message boards. Her articles have appeared in Kitchen Gardening, The American Cottage Gardener, and The Historical Gardener . She is the author of the book entitled, "100 Heirloom Tomatoes for the American Garden ". Dr. Male scientifically -- and lovingly -- has raised more than a thousand different varieties of tomatoes in her zone 5 garden in upstate New York. Article text copyright 2001 by Carolyn Male. Reproduction in part or full without prior permission from the author is prohibited.


Blossom End Rot (BER) in Tomatoes by Dr. Carolyn Male - Victory Seed Company

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by Carolyn Male
Carolyn J. Male, Ph.D. ,retired as a professor of microbiology from the College of Saint Rose in Albany, New York. She is a major voice on several internet tomato forums and message boards. Her articles have appeared in Kitchen Gardening, The American Cottage Gardener, and The Historical Gardener . She is the author of the book entitled, "100 Heirloom Tomatoes for the American Garden ". Dr. Male scientifically -- and lovingly -- has raised more than a thousand different varieties of tomatoes in her zone 5 garden in upstate New York. Article text copyright © 2001 by Carolyn Male. Reproduction in part or full without prior permission from the author is prohibited.


A History of the Brandywine Tomatoes by Craig LeHoullier - Victory Seed Company

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(Note that Carolyn Male and I obtained from the USDA seed collection several tomatoes with the name "Mikado" included:
I have not yet grown this particular strain, but Carolyn Male and others find it to be better than the regular YB. OTV Brandywine (first listed 1997, stabilized from Carolyn Male from a cross of Yellow Brandywine that appeared in my garden it is a potato leaf, large fruited orange red tomato of excellent flavor). Yellow Brandywine, Platfoot (1 listing, Carolyn Male, who got from Gary Platfoot, Ohio, as a more uniformly shaped strain).


edible-antiques.myshopify.com

A beautiful and small, creamy white cherry tomato which is named after Dr.Carolyn J. Male who is a professor of microbiology, an author, and most importantly, a gardener.


www.victoryseeds.com

We received it from our friend and heirloom tomato collector, Dr. Carolyn Male (NY MA C) in the winter of 2014.


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