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Old March 5, 2016   #6
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Originally Posted by shule1 View Post
I guess a site has a review that says they produced all summer, and even set a fruit after a light frost (I believe in Kentucky). So, heat/cold tolerance seems probable enough that I just might grow it this year. It's supposed to be very productive and compact (although indeterminate), too.

Edit: I found the article on Tatianna's (it didn't show up when I searched for a few name variations): http://tatianastomatobase.com/wiki/D...;s_Golden_Girl
Shule, I grew it 2 years ago. It had a very nice taste, and set a lot of fruit, mid to late season. High acid tomato, but if you like not sweet, this is a very good one. Not your usual mild flavored yellow. Heat- well.... I'm in S.Fl.
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