Very disappointed. Harvested first tomato - ate it straight off the
vine. Blah taste, no zing. It's one of the ubiquitous tomato plants
sold in So. Calif. nurseries. I am notorious about not tagging plants
carefully, so I THINK it's Champion or maybe Better Boy or Celebrity.
In any case, it's doesn't have the sharp, acid taste I like in a
Thanks for suggestion, but really have not been overwatering, and
have applied zero fertilizer.
Will have to see how tomatoes from the other 3 vines taste before
drawing possibly erroneous conclusions.
Trust me, next year fer sure! I usually DO grow from seed, both
ornamentals and veggies, but this year, due to a host of
circumstances, I was so late planting that I ended up buying plants.
Looks like I wasted a whole season, tomato-wise, damn, damn! Hope my
corn and melons, that have been planted from seed, also too lae, do
better than the tomatoes.
I even (re)joined Seed Savers Network after many years in order to
plant good seeds, but unfortunately did not follow up and order
seeds. I will sure do so for my Fall plantings.
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