I had a tomato sandwich for lunch today and, you know, blah. If it weren't for the home made bread and sweet onion in there, it wouldn't have been worth eating. So here I am, getting together my Wm Dam order and my mouth is watering for a good garden tomato.
So as anyone yet grown the Polfast tomato?
William Dam has the seeds this year, and I'm thinking of ordering them. Here's what the catalogue says: (Standard Bush Tomato) 54-56 days. Best extra early tomato ... from a Polish breeding program ... bred for cool short seasons ...smooth 100-150 gram globe shaped fruits with excellent dark red internal and external color. The plant habit is very compact, determinate and best not pruned. Resistant to Fusarium wilt and Verticillium wilt.
Another question - what would you consider your favorite early tomato?