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|Positive ||risingcreek ||On Oct 11, 2011, risingcreek from sun city, CA (Zone 9a) wrote:
1st yr growing, plants had great yield, fruits were tasty and good for slicing. heat did not bother this one.
|Positive ||junebug111 ||On Jun 21, 2011, junebug111 from Isla Vista, CA wrote:
exellent yield ,even in HOT weather. Earlyer than all he other large tomatoes,HUGE vines an fruit had awsome flavor ......overal i would rate this variety EPIC!!
|Neutral ||mjab17 ||On Jan 29, 2010, mjab17 from North Billerica, MA wrote:
whoever said that the seed isn't good, is wronge its a hierloom tomato, not a hybred, and people have saved the seed for numbers of years to create such a tomato-- I loved the flavor, but I could only get to taste one, because are summer this year was a very wet one and the tomatos started rotting with late blite when they were still green :( , despite that the one i did have had a really really good flavor, which is why i gave it a neutral.
This plant has been said to grow in the following regions:
Isla Vista, California
West Hills, California
Lake Charles, Louisiana
North Billerica, Massachusetts
Vandercook Lake, Michigan
Liberty Hill, Texas