disease resistant heirloom tomatoes?
Well, the catalogs are coming. I loooove the taste of the heirlooms but some of them are disease magnets. Black
Prince for one, sickly, sickly plant.
Pruden's Purple does ok, so does Principe Borghese. Not great.
What has done well for you with no spray, or an organic regime? Are there modern varieties with disease resitance that have those old-fashioned tastes? Complex, rich, creamy, fruity?
Early and high yield is a plus. I guess they'll never grow a deer-resistant tomato...