Tasty blight resistant tomato better than Tigerella
I’m thinking about tomatoes for next year, and the old taste vs blight thing comes round again. We always get blight, even under cover, even with growing in pots with fresh soil every year. But I find that blight-resistant varieties are uniformly tasteless. So I always go back to Tigerella because it’s early and gets a head start on the blight. It resists for a while, and is tasty, so I get a decent crop before they succumb. Just wondering if anyone has found another variety that is tasty and has good resistance.
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