Earliest Detrminate Tomatoes? (but NOT Cherry)
The earliest that I've found is Polar Baby. It is a small, determinate, bushy plant (but not a dwarf plant), and produces near-golf ball sized fruit. Typically produces first small harvest in mid-June from a mid-March start. Not too much bigger than some large cherries, but actually not a cherry tomato. Next, Pixie II (F5?) Somewhat larger toms. (2-3 oz.) than P.B. and starts delivering about a week later. Third, Patio Hybrid (3+ oz) by end of June. These tide us over until the better, later tomatoes are ready. Are they great-tasting? No! Are they better and way cheaper than grocery store offerings? Absolutely!
A major advantage (to me) for both Pixie and Patio is that they are dwarf varieties, so they can be started early and do not outgrow my indoor light setup and (later) cold frame. Another advantage to their plant size is that they grow very nicely in an Earthbox (tm).
Any early determinate favorites?