What are the pros? early, color, few seeds
What are the cons? texture, taste, disease resist
These were the first plant of seven to fruit. As mentioned before by others, the plants were long and spindly looking and had difficulty suspending fruit. The plant was also the first to show signs of wilt and it succumbed quickly. Parts are still alive, but all the plants around it are healthy and strong this year. The fruit is dense, with a texture that combines mealiness on the bottom of the fruit with crispness at the shoulders. I might be persuaded to agree with the 'creamy' description if I was generous. The color is a bright, lemon-yellow with a slight pink touch at the very end. Shoulders display some green. The flavor is lacking compared to better yellows like Kelloggs Breakfast. I did not find myself shacking on these. Fruit weighed in at a pound for the largest ones to only a few ounces once the wilt set-in. Arguably, these are decent in pasta sauce and they did make up a large part of my first batch before the wilt. I don't want to grow a filler-tomato though.
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