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Old June 10, 2014   #6
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I wonder if Fishlake oxheart would be a good fall tomato for the South. I'm growing them now for the first time. I got a fairly late start setting them out, they grew great in April and most of May, and set lots of large early fruit. however, once the weather started getting hot (not unusually hot though) they didnt seem to thrive anymore, many of the large tender fruit are rotting on the vine, and the plants rate of growth has come to a crawl. After a lot of early excitement about Fishlake, now I'm not sure I will get a chance to enjoy them. I'm wondering if this would make a better fall tomato?
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