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Has anyone grown "Tess's Land Race" or other currant tomatoes?

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Has anyone grown "Tess's Land Race" or other currant tomatoes?

Post  selenamorning on 4/2/2011, 2:38 pm


I am pondering these but not sure how they would do in square footing Wink as nearly all of the 5 reviews said to plant them alone as they take over... I have a dear friend who is a (home) gourmet cook and I know she would love them plus I know they would get eaten by the ton here with all the kids so I am not worried about overproduction, just about space!

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Re: Has anyone grown "Tess's Land Race" or other currant tomatoes?

Post  Lindacol on 4/2/2011, 6:42 pm

I have some tomato seedlings growing now.

Tess's Land Race CurrantTonadose des Conones

Burpee Super Sweet 100 hybrid

I would also be interested to hear about anyone's experience with them. Particularly how to tell them apart. They were in the pots my dog tried to destroy and while only 2 pots were gone ALL markers were pulled out. Plus the 3 that had previoiusely been transplanted to the SFG bed have the vinyl blind markers that the permanent ink has disappeared.

The tomatoes are the only ones I planted multiple varieties of ab=nd all are i think a simliar size tomato.


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