What are the pros? Versatile - drying, canning.
What are the cons? None so far.
I grew this from seed this year for the first time. I never use chemical pesticides or fertilizers. Our soil is clay but we amend it with peat moss, rabbit manure (from my own rabbits), organic fish fertilizer and home grown compost only. We have been harvesting tomatoes for weeks now. I planted 40 plants and they produce abundant amounts of tomatoes which we have to pick daily to keep up. The tomatoes are consistent in size of about the size of a macintosh apple with some of them reaching a baseball size or bigger. They ripen beautifully on the plant but if you pick them earlier, they ripen just as well indoors. I had a little blossom end rot with the first few tomatoes but that problem tapered off on its own and now we don't have that problem anymore - might have been the extra rain we were getting that caused that. I've dried them, canned them and fried up some green tomatoes - all with excellent results and flavor. So far, so good with this variety and no pesky pests.
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