What are the pros? Easy, prolific, tasty
What are the cons? none
These are the best if you want an extraordinary cooking tomato. I have grown them for three years and have been very pleased. However, in cool weather, these plants go down fast and hard, turning yellow, leaves dying, spotting. With the cool summer we had in 2015, these did very poorly, but the other two years - perfection. So, keep that in mind - warm weather - consistently above 80 seems to be best for this variety. They are prolific producers and keep turning out the tomatoes, even as the weather cools. They are relentless. Roast them for pizza - divine. Make a marinara sauce out of them - magical. If I have enough left that have not been eaten up, can them and use them for sauce in the winter. Even after canning, they continue to taste fresh and delicious. Such a treat!
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