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Supersweet 100 Tomatoes with Soup Recipe

Cherry-type tomatoes are a favorite for many gardeners for various reasons. These bite-sized fruits are ready to eat earlier than large tomatoes. They are also conveniently sized for snacking. And, these little tomatoes are often exceptionally sweet and flavorful.   … Continue reading

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All about… Amish Paste Tomato

The Amish Paste Tomato is a productive heirloom variety that was discovered in Wisconsin and originated in Pennsylvania. This paste tomato (meaning a tomato with few seeds that is especially suitable for pastes and sauces) is perfect for cooking or … Continue reading

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All about… Ace 55 Tomato

Do you dislike the acidity often found in tomatoes? Ace 55 is a low-acid choice that is ideal for people who avoid acidic tomatoes.  Not only that, but it is also hearty and delicious as well as resistant to Verticillium … Continue reading

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Determinate and Indeterminate Tomatoes

Tomatoes can grow in two main ways: determinate (bush) or indeterminate (vining). Determinate tomato plants are more compact. When fruit sets the plant will stop growing—usually at 3-4’ tall—and the tomatoes will all ripen on the plant at around the … Continue reading

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