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80 days. A medium-sized pink tomato that is smooth and a beautiful rose color. An excellent variety from Arkansas, tolerant to heat and humidity; crack and disease resistant. Good flavor, an excellent hillbilly favorite.
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0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow, delicious
What are the cons? Late producer
This is the first big tomato I've had luck with. It was sweet and full of flavor with no splits. My mom also grew this and we both had lots. It did well here where it is dry and pretty warm.
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16 Mar 2014
3 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Taste & size.
What are the cons? None
Amazing tasting tomato. I grew 5 different kinds of tomatoes this year and this was by far the best. Great slicer and also delicious in salsa and bruschetta. Yummy. Yummy. Yummy. Easy to grow.
20 Aug 2013
4 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Delicious, vigorous/productive
What are the cons? none
This tomato is very delicious, germinates well/easily, easy to grow in our hot humid southern climate, and is very productive. It took a little longer to get going than the Floradade, but is vastly superior in flavor and is now outgrowing the other variety. Highly recommend!
15 Jul 2013
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Western KY experienced a significant drought in 2012. Our family had good luck with this variety. We did not note any problems with cracking or disease. Travelers are easy to process for canning as the skin is easily removed. A couple of plants were still producing in October.
By Richlynn Acres
5 Jan 2013
7 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
I found this tomato through the web a few years ago. I was looking because in 2009 through 2010 we had the hottest and driest weather I have seen in a long time. I live on the Texas Gulf coast so it is not often that we have weather like that at least not all year long. I have planted Arkansas Traveler, in containers, for 3 years in a row now. The heat, the lack of rain, and this year the abundance of rain, have not affected them at all. I have not had any real problems with insects (amazing for this area) and have not had any disease problems. They are indeterminate and I think the taste is amazing. I bought a small greenhouse on-line last fall and had tomatoes in January. I don't know why I bother with any other kind of tomato.
18 Nov 2012
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