Good Tomato Varieties For Zone 10 - Knowledgebase Question

Imperial Beach, CA
Question by Sorensen3
January 28, 2000
I am getting ready to order my Burpee seeds, but cannot decide on a large tomato variety. I had a great crop from SuperTasty, but they were a little too tart for my taste. They were beautiful, healthy and prolific. What tomato would be just as successful in zone 10 and a little sweeter? I was considering Bucks County or Early Pick. For cherry tomatoes, would Christmas Grapes, Juliet or Sugar Snack Hybrid be best? I loved the Gardeners Delight, but they are no longer in the catalog.


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Answer from NGA
January 28, 2000

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Bucks County is a good choice, and you might consider Ensalada Hybrid, as well. It's not a large tomato, but it produces fruit as sweet as they come. Sugar Snack Hybrid is an excellent cherry tomato; sweet, delicious, and prolific!

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