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Volunteer Tomato

Posted by maternut 7 west tn (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 5, 09 at 15:12

I never had a yellow tomato at this homestead. This year a volunteer plant came up and since I hate to kill a plant I potted it up into a large pot. Well it had some pretty yellow tomatoes about four inch dia. with small ribs and flat about 1 1/2 to 2 inches tall. If you shut your eyes it tasted like a red tomato. Was white inside after it got real ripe, would turn pale yellow inside. Out side skin was a real bright yellow. Can not understand where this thing came from or got here. Saving a few seed if any friends would like some send a email.
Norm


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RE: Volunteer Tomato

Well how 'bout ya Materman! Your tomato production must have been good this year. You even have alien tomatoes showing up. I am hoping to grow just a few good, large, low acid, orange tomatoes next year. Do you have any recommendations as far as variety goes for a tomato of that description? Hope ya'll are doing well. Rhonda


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RE: Volunteer Tomato

Not too sure Rhonda but think a Kellog's Breakfast (spelling ?) might fit, for what you want.
Your plants, are doing just fine, we love them. Lost their last blooms last week. They have some new leaves.
Norm


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RE: Volunteer Tomato

Hey Norm! Big hugs to you and Barb from Lavonne and I!!!

We've got Better Boys, Best Boys, Bradleys, Romas and Cherries. I've got maters out the yazoo but I'd take some of them yeller seeds if you have enough.


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