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Old September 20, 2016   #136
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Updated picture of some Colgar Papuo's I'm growing for Carolyn.
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Those look spectacular! Can't wait for a taste report.

Your plants are 2' apart?
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Those look spectacular! Can't wait for a taste report.

Your plants are 2' apart?
Thank you for the kind words Adriana. I tasted one today in between the rain showers. It tasted refreshingly juicy, was sweet, and had just a little tomato bite to it. They are closer to 3' apart.
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Old September 21, 2016   #138
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I'm on for next year as well, I should live that long.
You have to. There are too many tomatoes we haven't seen yet!
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This year, I chose this Spanish tomato to grow. I will mostly grow on two plants:
Gallego
Salobre
Zamorano
Rosa de Huesca
Rosa de Teruel
Morado de la Cabrera
Mozkorra Aretxabaleta
Gigante Castila
Roteňo Andalucia
Negrilo Almaguera
Negro Almeria
Negrito Santiago
Ramallet SL des Cardasar
Ramallet Mugró
Ramallet Bombeta
Ramallet Mallorquín Pequeñito
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This year me that Spanish tomato unusually successful. Especially the big one. I only regret that I overlooked some megablooms- tomato fruits from several glued pistils do not like, not nice.
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PS.:At home, I do nothing but a sauce. I do not like it anymore.
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PS.:At home, I do nothing but a sauce. I do not like it anymore.
I'm quite impressed by the huge variety you are growing and the quality of the pictures. Are you sure you can't give an opinion on the taste ? If you don't eat them yourself you can ask a neighbor to do it ...
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In the morning I go on holiday. When I come, I will try to compare the taste of these varieties.
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