What are the pros? The uniformity of the fruit.
What are the cons? Wish fruit grew larger.
Last year I grew a dozen Bonnie Best plants (along with about 40 other varieties of heirloom tomatoes). I started them in the house well before our last frost and planted them as I do every year, but in a new (larger) location. All my plants were looking wonderful until I noticed the leaves on some starting to curl and turn yellow/brown. I believe my plants were hit with fusarium wilt, which is a soil-borne fungus that can affect and kill tomato plants. All of my heirloom varieties bore some fruit but many of the varieties were killed completely. Bonnie Best did amazingly well! It showed no ill effects and produced beautiful, uniform, medium sized tomatoes right up until frost. I then picked the unripe Bonnie Best tomatoes covered with a towel and let them ripen in the house. Despite the massive disappointment over the loss of so many other varieties of heirlooms (not all were a loss, several others did well, also) I was able to can over 50 quarts of delicious tomatoes.
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