Find the Perfect Tomato

comments (4) March 12th, 2012

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Tomato Match is a free online tool for finding the perfect tomato variety.Click To Enlarge

Tomato Match is a free online tool for finding the perfect tomato variety.


Introducing Tomato Match, a super-search page from the editors of Fine Gardening to help you find your ideal tomato from among 99 of the most interesting varieties around. It's colorful, and fun to use. We hope you enjoy it.

 

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Tomato Match includes everything from heirlooms to hybrids, cherry tomatoes to beefsteaks, old favorites to exotics, and cooking types to fresh-eating delicacies. Whatever you need, Tomato Match will pin it down and link you directly to a seed source.

Need help with tomato growing? For links to articles and videos on planting, pruning, and trellising, see  All About Tomatoes.


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Comments (4)

sanni2701 writes: This year I've bought Green Zebra, Idly, country taste and Black Krim seeds. Last year all my tomatoes went bad because of bad weather. I haven't seeded my new varities yet, today was tomatillo day but i will seed them next week and hope for nicer weather this year to get a crop.
Posted: 10:31 am on March 19th
SwampGrower writes: It is useless to me unless it includes cultivation information about heat zone and soil types, and climate adaptability.
Posted: 1:22 pm on March 15th
oneillfarm writes: I was thrilled to see the tomato match until I realized that it does not include the most important factor for us in choosing tomatoes--taste!! The other thing I would like to see is disease resistance. I hope these can be included in improving this sometime. Thanks
Posted: 9:16 am on March 14th
AdrienneBurt writes: Very cool tool! Found a few new varieties I will try this year- always looking for something besides Early Girl and grape tomatoes to grow up here in Maine!
Posted: 7:43 am on March 14th
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