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Old 10-10-2013, 05:25 AM   #31
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Sun Gold is a great producer and good quality. I also enjoy the black cherry tomato. They are thick skinned and not the greatest eating alone. But they sauce up nicely.

I like the Japanese Black Trifele tomato which is really stupid considering it's just another russian heirloom black tomato. I like em because they love heat but tolerate cooler climate.

People are highly subjective on tomatoes simply because of yields or luck. Most properly amended soil will produce lots of great tomatoes in any variety.

Some have a strong bias against hybrids. But some hybrids actually work great.


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