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Various places seem to advertise it as being from T&M, but they no longer list it. I bet everyone was getting their seed in the same place, whoever T&M's supplier was.
My guess is that they have been dropped from the national listing. This is not the first variety to disappear due to EU regulations. It costs quite a lot to register a variety and if there is not enough sales to cover the costs they drop it. The listing should show the licence holder.http://www.fera.defra.gov.uk/plants/plantVarieties/nationalListing/documents/nlGuideSept10.pdfhttp://www.fera.defra.gov.uk/plants/publications/gazette.cfmDon't you just love the EU regulations. Several varieties I particularly like have disappeared:Sprout amoroso and courgette Clarita. Suggest you contact T&M about it. Have you tried Gladiator? I was given a free packet a couple of years ago and found it excellent.
I've saved from my Avon Resistor that I grew from a Seed Circle two years ago, I think from this site. Got loads of them. Beautiful parsnip. If you want to send me an SAE I'll let you have some. You will have to message me for an address though.
Wallis Seeds still list them on their web site. In fact I am growing them this year. I chitted them and set them close together as we like small parsnips rather than the big ones that some varieties produce. They seem more resistant to canker than some varieties. I know one should wait for the frosts to come before trying them but in line with our preference for small parsnips we have already frozen about 20% of our row. One row is plenty for us.
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