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|Positive ||JenGro65 ||On Dec 5, 2010, JenGro65 from Morgantown, WV wrote:
Wonderful! It's my very favorite tomato. Huge pink slicer that's full of the old fashion tomato "bite" that i prefer. Its also gave me a huge yield.
|Positive ||jimh6278 ||On Sep 2, 2009, jimh6278 from Salt Lake City, UT wrote:
It is not the end of the season but I have enough to comment. I purchased the seeds from Tomatofest and started a few just to try. I usually grow +/- 10 varieties. The Aunt Ginny's were tested against Brandywines, Black Princes, Sun Golds, and Stupice, then sliced and eaten in a sandwich with mayo. Great flavor and compare very favorably with the Black Prince's and Brandywine. It will be a regular in my garden in the future.
I did not get the production or size others mentioned but it is a really good tomato. Highly recommend.
9/28/09 I had a mini "tomato fest" with about 20 varieties. about 50 voters. Aunt Ginny's won followed by Brandywine and Black Prince. By an almost 2 to 1 margin.
|Positive ||kygreg2000 ||On Nov 3, 2007, kygreg2000 from Hopkinsville, KY wrote:
2007 was first year to grow; very good taste; best producer of my 45 varieties; had approx 30 tomatoes from 12-16 oz in a very hot and dry year; definite regrow
|Positive ||Suze_ ||On May 30, 2006, Suze_ from (Zone 7b) wrote:
Delicious, large, extremely juicy tomato. A tomato machine in my garden.
|Positive ||Big_Red ||On Dec 19, 2004, Big_Red from Bethelridge, KY (Zone 6a) wrote:
Good producer with a well balanced taste.
This plant has been said to grow in the following regions:
West Fork, Arkansas
North Augusta, South Carolina
Fort Worth, Texas
Brookhaven, West Virginia