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Old 1 Week Ago   #31
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I enjoyed growing 4th of July, but decided I wanted better taste, larger fruit, and higher volume. It was easily the earliest tomato to ripen in my garden around mid May while other varieties produced larger, better tasting tomatoes in early June. 4th of July also became dormant in the high heat of summer and rejuvenated in the cooler fall weather. It provided a spring and fall bountiful harvest. It also seemed to have a good disease resistance while other varieties were dyeing around it from disease.
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I only have 1 bought plant.
I was never thrilled about productivity,just getting an early tomato.
Some people don't like when the skin gets stuck in your teeth.
I will have to see how it's offspring do.
I grew early girl next to it last year and didn't get a ripe one til august.
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