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Old March 10, 2016   #63
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No worries. Tomato awareness here is minimal, so I'll just be lumping them into categories, say large pink/red slicers, hearts, yellow/orange, and stripes.

Lots of varieties is for my selfish reasons, part of the never-ending quest in search of: a) ones that are healthy, vigorous and handle the disease burden of my garden, b) taste great, c) produce well.

And I used to handle hundreds of samples (with duplicates) in a previous life, so keeping track of a couple dozen tomatoes is child's play, without Chucky of course.
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