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New! 85 days. A huge, lemon-yellow beefsteak-type fruit, often with some blushing at the blossom end. The mild and sweet fruits often reach 2 lbs! Reputed to carry some disease-resistance. Old Amish type grown and preserved since at least as early as the 1930's. Very productive, as Amish-held varieties tend to be; deserves to be much more widely grown.
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What are the pros? Great Taste
What are the cons? NONE
This was my best tasting and best producer this year. These are an early variety, the size of a CD. The flavor was sweet,almost Mango like. In fact, the Dixie and Gold Medals should be considered tropical fuit. It is nearly August and mine aren't showing any signs of slowing down. I grew Dixie Golden, Gold Medal, Cherokees, and Better Boys. Dixie out preformed them all!
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25 Jul 2014
6 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Good yields
What are the cons? I don't have any about Dixie!
One of my must grow tomatoes. A large meaty flavorful yellow beefsteak. I have been growing these for the last 8-9 years. They yield well and are pretty healthy plants.
By dawn on a farm
15 Apr 2013
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