I am growing green grape tomatoes for the second year in a row, and have
observed them to be smaller, lower yielding, and later to mature than any of
the other 25 or so heirloom varieties I've tried. Has anyone else found
this to be the case? Is there not perhaps some very specific need they have
which distinguishes them from other tomato plants?
I'll have to go by last year's crop since the green grape tomatoes were
all gone! :-(
The Green Grapes for the last two years were basically the same size as
the Yellow Pear and Black Plum. They are not as prolific as Sun Gold and
Yellow Pear or even Dr. Caroline but the size is still respectable; they
are a small tomato.
As for difference in care, my are all cared for the same way. Most of my
plants are heirloom varieties which all do well.
Just my experience.
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