Do you have a favorite home grown tomato? Why should I grow it?
Devoted fans grow only one kind of tomato year after year. Others try a different kind(s) of tomatoes every year. What is your recomendation? Many folks grow only disease resistant hybrids. Others swear by non gmo heirlooms.
Black Krim are my favorite tomato. It is a almost black tomato with very little acid in it.In case you don't know Black Krim are heirloom tomatoes. Try them and I bet you'll love them.
We grow a wide variety of tomatoes, but my favorites are amish paste and yellow tomatoes. Our amish paste tomatoes are huge and GREAT for canning. The skins get a little tough so they slide right off after blanching. The yellow tomatoes (I don't know what variety) are my favorite eating tomato. Since they are so much less acidic, I enjoy their flavor. -Kate
I've grown both types of tomatoes ( heirloom and hybrids). I am going back to "Better Boy" because of the disease resistance, quality of the flavor, and because it grows well here. Haven't given up on heirlooms, just don't depend on them, anymore.
by kevin murphy 3 years ago
What is your favorite food to grow at home?
by Patsy Bell Hobson 4 years ago
Got a favorite heirloom tomato?I grow big ole heirloom tomatoes very year, I try something new New to me) plus, I grow a few old favorites. Do you have a favorite Heirloom Tomato? The photo is of Gold Medal tomato.
by Patsy Bell Hobson 5 years ago
Heirlooms, hybrids, grafted. What kind of tomatoes are you growing?Desease resistant hybrids are some of the best known: Better Boy, Early girl, Big Boy, Sun Gold.Heirlooms, passed down for generations, some times over 100 or 200 years. Mortgage Lifter, Brandywine, CherokeeGrafted tomatoes seem to...
by Robin Edmondson 4 years ago
Why is my home grown tomato not round? Our tomatoes are growing in odd shapes, why?
by gracesoila 7 years ago
how long is the tomato season
by flashmakeit 6 years ago
What is your favorite vegetable to grown outside and why?
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