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September 04, 2008



Wow Marc, you grow tomatoes in Junes, you grow tomatoes that taste like melons. You're a tomato guru. :)

Nice harvest, looks really good.

That's really fantastic. I've got a friend that doesn't really like tomatoes much and I'm trying to convert him.

Looks like I may have to try some Kentucky Beefsteak on him.

Know of any other "tomatoes for people that don't like tomatoes"?

I'm with Anthony... a guru for sure! I'm intrigued by your 'Kentucky Beefsteak' review, enough to look for some seeds for these next spring. Maybe I could get my boyfriend to try these since they don't actually taste like tomatoes. (Ok, yeah, I'm just curious to try them, myself!) :)

By the way, I'm a fellow 'Black Krim' lover. Interestingly, I planted one Krim right next to two 'Cherokee Purple' tomato plants, thinking that I could easily tell the difference between the three. I can't! In looks, size, yield and taste they're just so similar that I'll have to go back and look at my planting notes to figure it out. Weird.

That looks amazing. I grew a yellow 'Golden Jubilee' this year, the flavour of the yellows is amazing, so sweet! Unfortunately most of my plants have suffered with blight, we've had such a wet Summer here.

Wow! That is quite a harvest.

Marc - that thing is huge! Lovely work!

ps i'm still waiting on the white ones.

Just starting to get into tomato season here at Lucky's Duck Farm.... Your photos just blew me away..:D

I so hope I do even half as good as your harvest:D

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