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Old 1 Week Ago   #61
akgardengirl
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One that appears to be early enough for Anchorage, AK plus tastes really good is "Summer Cider". I tried my first one today and it has a nice balanced flavor between the sweet and the tang. It is a yellow/orange beefsteak that I will definitely grow again. Weighed in at 6 oz. I purchased the seeds from Tania.
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If you don't mind larger tomatoes two yellows I grew this year that I enjoyed was Dixie Golden Giant. Tomatoes range from 6-8 oz and very tasty and lots of tomatoes. The other one around the same weight is Kentucky Yellow Beefsteak.
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