Mountain magic tomatoes

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ricky

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Mountain magic tomatoes
« on: September 22, 2016, 23:25 »
Hi I was wondering if anyone had tried the new mountain magic Tom's this year they are blight resistant, I have been growing ferline for a few year's but this year had a bit of blight on them maybe a different strain of blight what a bad year for tomatoes no spring and a bad summer it  lasted 2 weeks in n.Ireland this year bring on next season if you tried mountain magic please let me know how you got on and where you can get affordable seeds they are quite expensive compared to ferline many thanks.

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Re: Mountain magic tomatoes
« Reply #1 on: September 23, 2016, 18:08 »
I'm growing them and they're doing really well. I've grown a number of different varieties and they've all fallen to blight except Mountain Magic and Crimson Crush. The Mountain Magic are a large red cherry (about the same as Gardener's Delight) whereas Crimson Crush are a bit pinker and more the size of Ailsa Craig.

If I grow outdoor tomatoes next year, it will just be these two varieties.



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