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Old October 31, 2019   #1
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Default Tomato Harvest

A few pic of my tomatoes this yr.
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Old October 31, 2019   #2
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They look great! What are the oxheart and the yellow tomato? I don't see many pure yellow tomatoes that big. Usually they're orange-yellow or else GWR, bicolor, or white. I know a few, though.

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Dwarf Purple heart, Kelloggs breakfast.
Good producers and good flavor.
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Old October 31, 2019   #4
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Very nice. Makes me sad mine are all gone for the year. Ready to begin thinking of 2020.
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Cool. I wonder why KB looks yellow. It's usually at least partially orange. I guess that happens, sometimes, with orange types. I plan to grow some Kellogg's Breakfast types next year (KBX, and/or Kellogg's Breakfast, and/or Kellogg's Beefsteak). I've grown Kellogg's Beefsteak before (it tasted pretty great). So, I imagine the real thing (Kellogg's Breakfast), if it's different, might be even tastier.

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Very nice. Makes me sad mine are all gone for the year. Ready to begin thinking of 2020.
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I received the seeds of Kelloggs Breakfast in a seed trade.
I noticed some pics on sites the tomato looks yellow or orange.
I enjoyed! the flavor of this tomato.
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Old November 1, 2019   #8
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My Harvest just before temperatures dropped to 32 @ 3:30 in the afternoon - almost froze 'em all - dropped so fast from 45 @ 10:00 am!! 25 degrees tonight with freeze at night for the next several days so I am done covering them at night and pulled the good plants and put in garage @60 degrees for an experiment??
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My KBX were more orange and around 14 oz. for the most part
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The temperature dropped quick over night.
Miss my tomatoes. Now planning what types of tomatoes to grow next yr.
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Nice pictures. What is the red or dark pink tomato in picture #4 in the middle in the front row? Looks like a tasty variety. Thanks
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Dwarf purple heart. Prolific, loved the flavor, beautiful! tomato.
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Beautiful fruits.
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Back to the experiment: Moved "mess" from the garage to sun filled driveway to water and sort around 52 degrees for several hours. For the afternoon: picked a few blushing tom's(small box) and collected some that fell off(larger box), leaving a mess in the driveway and reducing everything to just the wheel barrow for easy in and out of warmer garage at night/ warm sun in day(when applicable). And so goes the experiment hoping for the best
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Old November 9, 2019   #14
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Here is an update to my garage "experiment" . Still ripening in garage - I water a bit but can't take outside anymore - record cold grip around here! Geesh! record dry before now record cold - cripe!
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