I noticed the name Duh_Vinci on another forum but that was quite a few months ago, Ted.
What can you tell me about early maturing varieties from your part of the world?? (Now, I suppose
, this is an official
hijacking of this thread from what was intended by the Original Poster.)
I understand that "Early Girl," for example, is often grown here in the US in places like southern Arizona where summer temperatures are too hot for tomatoes. So, a very quick maturing variety is chosen for early planting. Well, I can't set them out in February, but I never have much trouble growing Early Girl.
I don't need a 50-day variety but a nice 68-day slicing tomato would be great . . . okay, let's go all the way to 75 days
. Aaand, no cracking, please!! That can be a real problem here.
Any ideas on an early-maturing outdoor
tomato there in Kuwait, Sani?? Maybe I can find the seeds . . .
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