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Seasonal observations of the Master Gardeners
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by Blossom Endrot
on September 3, 2013 at 3:25 AM
Very interesting. I live in the UK where we are not usually blessed with very hot summers. I would love to know how the tomatoes turned out and if any seeds will be available for me to try next year. I grow my tomatoes outdoors in large containers and in my unheated greenhouse both in compost and hydroponically.  
 
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by Kathy Low
on September 3, 2013 at 9:53 AM
It turned out to be a red Japanese tomato - most likely a Katana. It has only yielded 7 tomatoes to date. A friend who also grew the same from the same nursery said her plant provided her with even fewer tomatoes. Because of the small harvest I did not save any seeds since I do not intend on growing it again next year. But I do see that the Kitazawa Seed Company (www.kitazawaseed.com) sells several varieties of Japanese tomato seeds.
by Lester Chew
on November 4, 2013 at 8:19 PM
I am currently growing Momotaro and Odoriko tomatoes at my farm in Bandung (West Java) Indonesia in green houses at altitude 1200 ASL. They are very large in size and taste.
 
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