Answer: You can try to grow a fall crop of tomatos in Alabama, but I don't think they'll make it through the winter. 'Cold Set' tomatoes set fruit in cold temperatures, but the plant will die if exposed to freezing temperatures. I do know it freezes in Birmingham in winter, so the plant will die. However, if you want to try for a fall crop, set the transplants out in July, protect them from excessive heat and insects and you should get fruit by the fall.
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