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Old March 25, 2018   #3
Father'sDaughter
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I do graft mine, but only because I have soil disease so I need the rootstock's resistance. Prior to the disease making itself known, my tomatoes were very vigorous and productive on their own, and I never gave grafting any thought.

My choice is DRO141TX as it's a balanced rootstock, and the plants grow and produce about the same as they did prior to the disease appearing.
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