What are the pros? Blight resistant and prolific
What are the cons? sprawling/dominant
We are in the PNW with a short season for tomatoes. Koralik is unique in many ways. 1. It was the first tomato with ripe fruit, which in June were tiny egg shaped tomatoes with intense flavor. In July/August the tomatoes were large red cherries. Then in August/September the bushes "exploded" with tomatoes. Our area got hit badly with a tomato blight in September and all tomato plants in the are died within days. Only Koralik was not affected. My two bushes are still active and filled with many, many tomatoes. This tomato is completely late blight resistant!
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