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0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Taste, texture, scent
What are the cons? too big fruits, low self life
This tomato is amazing, But the plant just gives 5 or 8 tomatos, big ones.
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2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? A huge crop!
What are the cons? none
Wow...I've grown a lot of hybrid and heirloom varieties through the years for our fresh produce store but this one blows all other yellow varieties away. We picked about 80-100# off of one plant and they were still producing until frost. They were more crack resistant than most yellow varieties and uniform in size. Beautiful color inside and out. This one is a keeper.
8 out of 8 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Pest resistant
What are the cons? None
I was looking for a good yellow tomato, this is a great one. It's producing a steady supply of meaty, great flavored tomatoes. I only have one plant to try since I'm the only one that likes them. Not any more! Even my daughter likes them and that's high praise. Never a crack and the pests that attack the red ones leave them alone.
What are the pros? Hardy, productive & DELICIOUS!
What are the cons? Can't go wrong with these!
I remember one reviewer wrote a "con" was "so many fruits, it broke my trellis" or something like that. That was the selling point for me!! This is my favorite tomato I have ever grown: perfectly acidic, gorgeous orange crack-free fruits that keep well, and vigorous growth--no mollycoddling whatsoever. My soil was pretty junky clay last year, too, it being a new garden site with not much ammendment. Yoder's didn't care--they grew like crazy and were indeed weighed down by big yummy bright orange lovelies.
At the end of tomato season in past years when I usually couldn't stand the thought of eating yet more tomatoes, I always salivated at the sight of my Yoder's German Yellows. From here on out, my garden with not be without them.
What are the pros? Loved how hardy it was
What are the cons? too mild a flavor
This was the hardiest tomato plant I grew this past season and that says something when you live in South Florida. They were so abundant! While we definitely got a lot of fruit off the two plants we grew, I was disappointed with the flavor a bit. I know that yellows tend to be mild in flavor but it was almost non-existent for me with this tomato. My husband and I were so excited then one bite in, he looked at me and said, "they're kind of watery". Guess we're spoiled with our Paul Robeson's big flavor but I think I will look for another variety next season.