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Old August 22, 2015   #1
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Default Mid-West Tomato Fest results

Another fairly typical taste test: with twenty-eight varieties, twenty-two received votes for first, second or third favorite. Having the Fest out in the boonies didn't help the numbers of varieties or attendees, but 30-40 people gave their opinion.

A clear winner was a first time tomato in my garden...Kolb. Tied for second was Black Cherry and Lemon Boy
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