What are the pros? Best orange, will buy again
What are the cons? none at all
What a variety! Planted with Pantano Romanesco, Blue Beauty, Cour di Bue and Paul Robesson. A perfect germination rate of 100% back in May, the seedlings were robust and always more vigorous than other varieties. The vines are extremely tough with thick stems and branches, there is a noticable abundance of flowers for future tomatoes. They do not get taller than any other variety however a tomato cage simply isn't enough to hold Kellogg's Breakfast and must be re-enforced with a much more dependable support. The tomatoes themselves grow quickly and ripen quickly which adds more weight to the vines, and with Kellogg's Breakfast you can have several large tomatoes ripening at the same time. Unlike other orange varieties which can be bland and mealy, Kellogg's Breakfast has just the right amount of acidity and sweetness which makes it a keeper. Benefits from a helping hand by plucking the already pollenated flower petals so that tiny developing tomatoes do not have splits or "shark bites"
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