Gary350 wrote:Big Beef or Beef master or anything with the word Beef in the name all seem to be the same. We love the flavor more than any other tomatoes and they are perfect sliceing tomatoes.
Regarding the Beef master, do you wrap them in bacon and grill?
Just kidding, I may have to give something with the name Beef a try. I used to be an Atkinson guy, the Rutgers I think. Settled on Better Boy and Celebrity until last year when I ordered several kinds. How many ways can you say DISASTER. I thought any tomato would taste good if grown in rich soil.....I was wrong.
I do like Brandywine heirlooms that I get from Monticello.
How 'bout we try this? I am in central Alabama, I can get rich sandy loam soil, that was an area where cows ate hay up until 4 years ago. So, what type tomatoes should I be growing for taste, longevity, early blight resistant, and fungus resistant?