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Where: 1792 Graham Rd, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068, USA

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Identifier: livingstonswhole1891livi
Title: Livingston's wholesale list for market gardeners
Year: 1891 (1890s)
Authors: Livingston Seed Company Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Seeds Catalogs Seed industry and trade Ohio Columbus Catalogs Vegetables Ohio Columbus Catalogs Fruit Ohio Columbus Catalogs
Publisher: Columbus, Ohio : A. W. Livingston's Sons
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library

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LIVINGSTONS PERFECTION TOMATO. 8 Beauty MR. F. A. WELLS, OHIO, writes: I ordered Paragon seedfrom your house at Reynoldsburg (21 years ago), I think it was•irst season it was advertised for sale, and have planted yourdifferent improved Tomatoes ever sinc e, and have invariablybeen pleased with them. MR. CHAS. A. REYNOLDS. ILLS., writes:Igrew your Favorite last season, and wasmuch pleased with it, so I send you thisorder for straight goods. MR. WM. WEELMAN. MD., writes: TheTomato seed ordered last year turned outwell; all that 1 could desire. Q 01-3

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LIVINGSTONS FAVORITE TOMATO. 3^- QDPrT A T TTi r* A WAT!?!? Q Some Extracts taken from the April 12th. (1890). number of theOrIjV7lAij lv viilNIM JiiXVO. RURAL NEW YORKER, Times Building, New York. : A number of packers doing business in Xcw Jersey have au-swercd the following questions: L What varieties of Tomatoes are most useful to you for canningpurposes t 2. What soils, manure and culture do you recommend t 3. Wh ich are the better for canning-large or small-sized Tomatoes ?The replies are as follows: We use the Livingstons Favorite, Perfection and Para-gon. The best soil is a medium light loam, not too light or,-ery heavy. Itshould be enriched with about 2> large 2-horsewagon loads of stable manure per acre, applied broadcast. We consider the Paragon nest for our purpose. A heavyloam soil well manured gives the most satisfactory yield. Weprefer a medium-sized smooth tomato, as there isno waste in■luting it. Any variety that is large, or moderately large, round,smooth, and o

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3 years ago a contributor from Reynoldsburg, United States suggested this image location is 39.9473, -82.796

Exact address of Alexander W. Livingston's house. Livingston developed the first commercially viable tomato, the Paragon.