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Old February 19, 2007   #1
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Default Tomatopalooza™ 2-9 Stats & Lists

I have created tables of the tomato varieties that were available at the last six Tomatopalooza's.
They are shown below with the unique number of varieties for each year. In tabulating these, I figured out that we've
had 400 different varieties over this four year period!
















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Old March 27, 2007   #2
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Lee,

Any way of highlighting the standouts?
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Old March 27, 2007   #3
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Good question, Denise! I think that each person who attended and tasted would highlight different varieties! It actually would be easier to mark the "spitters"! (Copia and Vintage Wine "stand out" as two members of that category!)
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when was this? Im about 2 hrs from there and i hate i missed out on that!
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We just had number 10 last year...we are probably going to take a breather this year and regroup and reconsider what the event needs to be/appropriately resourced.
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Copia a spitter. No way.
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Oh yeah, it was - but I also suspect it wasn't stable when I tried it. Ditto Vintage Wine - two of the worst tasting tomatoes I've ever experienced. But likely not for everyone. depending upon what they got!
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