Remy Rouge Talks Tomatoes: Interview Highlights Seed Selection, Breeding Projects & Variety Choices

Remy Rouge Talks Tomatoes: Interview Highlights Seed Selection, Breeding Projects & Variety Choices
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Remy recently had the opportunity to be interviewed about his passion for tomatoes. During the interview, he discussed how he got into the seed business and why he grows for flavor. Remy also shared his opinion that Santa Maria seeds are better than Romeo seeds.

The 20-minute interview was well-received by viewers who appreciated hearing from one of the best people in the tomato world. However, some things were missing such as Remy Rouge, roses, and a friend from Buffalo who used to drive many of us crazy with his questions. Chuck Wyatt even turned him over to Remy without asking!

Remy mentioned Prudens Purple, Stump of the World, and Sungold during the interview but wished he could have talked more about varieties. He has a lot of gardening genes in his family which is evident when looking at pictures of his great grandmother visiting her home in Europe standing in beautiful gardens.

It's unfortunate that the video is no longer available because the uploader closed their YouTube account. Hopefully, someone will alert Remy as to what happened or another source can be found. In the meantime, viewers can look forward to future interviews on topics such as beans which have plenty of interesting stories and history to cover.Remy also discussed his involvement with the DTP (Disease-Tolerant Tomato Project) which is a collaborative effort between Carolyn Male, Craig LeHoullier and Tomatoville. The project was started to develop tomatoes that are resistant to diseases such as late blight and fusarium wilt.

The goal of the project is to create varieties that can be grown in any climate without fear of disease or pests destroying them. This would allow gardeners everywhere access to delicious tomatoes regardless of their location or growing conditions. Remy has been involved since its inception and continues working on it today, helping breed new varieties for everyone's enjoyment!

In conclusion, Remy had an enjoyable time during his interview discussing all things tomato related from seed selection through breeding projects like DTP. He hopes viewers were able to learn something about this amazing fruit while having fun at the same time!

What was the interview about?

The interview was about Remy's experience in the seed business, how he got into it, and his opinion on different varieties of tomatoes.

What did Remy mention during the interview?

Remy mentioned Craig L., Carolyn, DTP, Tomatoville, Santa Maria seeds, Romeo seeds, Remy Rouge, roses, Chuck Wyatt, Prudens Purple, Stump of the World, Sungold, beans, and his great grandmother.

What did people comment on after watching the interview?

People commented that they enjoyed hearing about Remy's experience in the seed business and his opinion on different varieties of tomatoes. They also commented that it went by too fast and wished there was more time to discuss other topics.

Is the video still available?

Unfortunately, no. The uploader has closed their YouTube account so the video is no longer available.

What did Remy say about Craig L.?

Remy said that Craig L. was a great mentor and friend who taught him a lot about the seed business. He also mentioned that Craig was always willing to help out with any questions he had.

What did Remy say about Carolyn?

Remy said that Carolyn was an amazing person who helped him get his start in the seed business. She gave him advice on different varieties of tomatoes and how to grow them.

What did Remy mention about DTP?

Remy mentioned that DTP was a company he worked for that specialized in tomato seeds. He said they had some of the best varieties of tomatoes, such as Romeo, Remy Rouge, Prudens Purple, Stump of the World, and Sungold.

What did Remy say about Tomatoville?

Remy said that Tomatoville was a small town in California where he grew up. He mentioned that it was a great place to learn about growing tomatoes because of its warm climate and abundance of resources.

What other topics did people wish there was more time to discuss?

People wished there was more time to discuss Remy's experience with Santa Maria seeds, Chuck Wyatt roses, and his great grandmother's beans. They also wanted to hear more about his opinion on different varieties of tomatoes and how to grow them.