If you live in very hot areas, it is best to pick a few heat resistant tomatoes. Like Heatwave II, Solarfire,Creole, Arkansas Traveler, Souix ,Super Souix, Heatmaster, Florida 91 and some of the cherries will do much better in the heat than large tomatoes. Sungold, supersweet 100, sunsugar, and yellow pear.
Most of these tomatoes will set up to 90 degrees and a few of them will set at even higher temperatures.
I have grown HeatwaveII, Celebrity, Creole, sunsugar, sungold, sweet mojo, and supersweet 100 and they did well. Arkansas traveler, Souix, and Solar fire did not do as well. I do want to try Arkansas Traveler and Super Sioux again because they supposedly do grow here. Solar fire grew but is not resistant to other problems like fusarium and nematodes which are prevalent here.
Choose the best tomatoes for your location. Heat resistance is a must for hot areas unless you grow your tomatoes in the off season but you will also need to consider disease resistance as well. Flavor and texture usually take a hit, but some of these tasted pretty good. Sunsugar, sungold, sweet mojo and supersweet 100 are all cherries and very sweet. Sungold was only sweet when it was fully ripe and it was very prone to cracking. Creole is a medium sized tomato, it tastes pretty good, but seeds are not that easy to come by. Celebrity is a commercial variety. It is a good slicer and good producer. It is determinate, it won't win taste tests. HeatwaveII produced when all of the other tomatoes quit, they were better than store tomatoes.
Tomatoes will start to fruit between 70-90 days. They will grow lush if given too much nitrogen fertilizer at the expense of fruiting.
I grew tomatoes in 18 gallon self watering containers and they did very well. The water reservoir kept the vines from wilting in the heat and no BER.
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