They usually produce as well or better than store bought plants. BUT they may
not be what you want. The most abundant volunteers will be cherry tomatoes. If
you only grew regular tomatoes than the volunteers will be similar. Even the
hybrids don't usually segregate much in the second generation.
firstname.lastname@example.org (FarmerDill) writes in article
You must have missed harvesting some tomatoes. If it was simply due to
laziness or inattention, you're definitely OK. If it was due to bugs, this
generation may be less bug-hardy.
FarmerDill has a good point about hybrids. If you were growing hybrids last
year, your crop this year could be more varied.
-- spud_demon -at- thundermaker.net
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