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3 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Taste, yield
What are the cons? N/A
Heavy producers, make sure you stake well. Will be using cattle panels to support them this year. Good canning tomato. I canned over 100 pounds from 4 plants and also canned a few pounds of tomato soup, ate what I could fresh. All tomatoes were over 1 lb. the biggest being 2.25 lb. Best tomato I have tasted thus far. Matured late, but so did my other varieties, I believe that because of the summer starting off cooler than normal. Plants reached 8 ft tall or a little more.
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1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? What I call meaty&tasty
What are the cons? Not early producers
These tomatoes are now my favorite table eater. They also are large and very meaty so provided good large tomatoes for my canning.My 1st year 2014 and they will be regulars in my garden for years to come
4 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Productive, large
What are the cons? None
These tomatoes were the most productive in the garden, we had drought early in the season and had some trouble with blossom end rot on the early tomatoes, but these had the least amount of trouble and the ones formed after the rain were very large, meaty, canned and juiced well. They taste great and I even won a ribbon in the county fair. I will definitely grow these again.
2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow and high yield
Grew these for the first time this season, along with two other varieties from Baker Creek. From the start these were the healthiest seedlings of the bunch, and have turned out to be the biggest producers. Tomatoes are HUGE, and have a great flavor. The only complaint that I have is that the fruit are so heavy that some of them break off the vines on their own! I'll definitely grow these again next year.
What are the pros? Huge fruit
What are the cons? Mediocre texture
Although these don't mature quickly, I give them 3.5 because the two plants I grew produced copious amounts of fruit in an area where we often pick green tomatoes at the end of the season and hope for the best. Most of the fruits were in the 1.5 lb-2 lb range. Lovely heft, tender flesh, but not a huge amount of flavor. We used most of ours for sauce. That said, they were super fun to watch grow, and productive for this novice gardener.