While researching the tomatoes I want to try this year, I came across a few articles that said that regional differences, the presence of diseases, soil and watering all determine what the best tomatoes are going to be in that area
I can see that. I have had success with some tomatoes, but the best tasting tomatoes were not the most productive , nor the prettiest. I cannot grow some tomatoes at all because they just don't survive long enough to produce, while I have some very productive tomatoes that no one would want to eat.
I came across an article about 'dry farming' tomatoes to improve flavor.
What is dry farming?