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Old May 25, 2018   #10
Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: Wisconsin
Posts: 2,559

I generally only take cherry tomatoes to sell at my farmers markets. My reason is a bit different tho. So many heirlooms don't grow "perfect" and too many customers are only buying by looks. When I can offer samples, the heirlooms sell well BUT most of my markets have limited samples if you have to cut something. But of course you don't have to cut cherries so I can let people sample several to see what they like.

This year I should have even more cherries than usual due to an accident on Wed. My rack of cherry tomato plants fell over and got mangled and all mixed up. We managed to salvage close to 300 plants but don't know what they are so can't sell them. But WE can plant them for market fruit sales.

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