Do you consider this prolific?
I have 12 varieties of tomatoes planted. As you might expect the cherry tomatoes (SS100, Sungold, and black cherry) are loaded as is the early girl.
My other varieties are 1884, mortgage lifter, Paul Robeson, Cherokee purple, cuostralee, Aunt Ruby's German Green and beefsteak... each having 20 - 25 tomatoes (all in various stages). My Opalka has 25-35 tomatoes on it.
I know that some folks get many more tomatoes on some of their varieties, but are the numbers above considered below average, average (expected production), above average, or prolific?
The only reason I ask is that I want to do my part in maximizing our harvest as we like to give away, eat fresh and can/freeze. So knowing production vs what can be expected can help me in this.
Thanks in advance,
This post was edited by nugrdnnut on Wed, Jul 9, 14 at 0:20