What are the pros? strong vines prolific pretty
What are the cons? very thick wall, taste is meh
I grew these in containers along with other strains (15 total). Pork Chop results: the vines were strong and produced well over a dozen per plant, they were resistant to cracking and disease--endured a bout of early blight, and resisted as others were felled--, the fruits had beautiful stripes on them throughout their growth cycle, and watching them turn yellow was really cool. I was excited to bite into my first one and well, taste wasn't really what I'd hoped for. I was expecting something akin to Green Zebra crossed with Dixie Golden Giant, but alas, the taste just wasn't there. I guess Brad and I disagree on the best yellow. The locular cavity is pretty significant and has lots of dead space, the walls (thick) and the septa are somewhat bland and pretty tough, the placenta/seeds/jelly are by far the best parts of this tomato. Will not grow again, and will continue my search for a great yellow.
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