Talk:Brandywine (tomato)

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Klingaman cites in 2004 are the same articleEdit

The inline citation to Gerald Klingaman 2004 about these tomatoes (& the rediscovery of Gregor Mendel’s work) is the same text as what is cited in Further reading. The inline citation is to a reliable source, the U of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service. The Further reading is sourced to Delta Press, but it seems not to be part of book, as far as I can see. Is there a reason to keep the Further reading section in this article, as it is an exact duplicate of the inline source in the References? —Prairieplant (talk) 03:46, 31 July 2018 (UTC)