Tomato varieties for southern California?
So far the only tomato variety I've found specifically recommended for our hot days, cool nights, low humidity, bright sun, never rains in summer conditions we have here in southern California is Ace 55. Does anyone else know of any other varieties that are well suited for growing in Orange County, California?
I have tried growing dozens of varieties, and I never have any luck with large tomatoes, only cherry type seem to produce well. Most big tomatoes rot before they ripen, at least for me and my clay soil on the north side of a hill.