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Jan 4, 2015 1:30 PM CST
|Dave do you grow it? I have tried it several times and I don't ever recall harvesting any. They always rot. They have put me off of growing heirlooms.
Does Kelloggs Breakfast need the Texas heat? I am in zone 10 so we are very moderate in temperature.
How much separation do you need for the seeds to come true? I usually grow one 25' long bed of different tomatoes.
I always like to try some new tomato every year. Maybe it's time to try an heirloom again.
Jan 4, 2015 1:47 PM CST
|For us Brandywine never did well and it's been over 10 years since I've tried it. It just doesn't grow well in the hot climate here. Kellogg's Breakfast handles the heat quite well but doesn't require it. No tomatoes require Texas heat.
25' separation should be plenty for tomatoes. There are some out there who believe it should be more but the majority are okay with 25 feet. Good luck in your 2015 tomato garden!!
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