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Old October 17, 2016   #16
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The seeds arrived today, Thanks for the bonus packs.
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Old October 17, 2016   #17
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No problem! Good luck and tell me how they grow.
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Old March 13, 2017   #18
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I've been harvesting Red Jazz for awhile now. Did not sow all lines because seeds arrived late for the fall season and spots were taken. Planted one out for fall; and one from Line 1 for spring (none of those are ready).

Here are pics of fruit from the fall plant. The stripes are much more vivid than the camera (ipad) shows.

It produced a lot of tomatoes, I ended up with russet mites (it's always something) and the plant is starting over with lots of green foliage and blossoms.

I also like the size of the tomatoes more than Jazz (Pink).

Taste was excellent; skin was tough though. (Maybe because of the Russet Mite).
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The inside looks good! Making me hungry.

I do like the smaller size too. I am looking forward to this year, as I hope one of the lines distinguishes itself.
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They look so lonely without bacon and mayo!!!
I have all of them growing and they're almost ready to hit the dirt.
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I can taste that when I look at the pic Barb
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