Raring to Grow Organically

Any food that requires enhancing by the use of chemical substances should in no way be considered a food.     

John H. Tobe

Heirloom tomatoes are a seasonal treat. They are not good looking (actually some are very ugly) — Ah but the flavor is close to perfection. Here’s a flat of beefsteaks from last summer. Beefsteaks are the largest varieties of cultivated tomatoes; some weighing a pound or more.  And, our favorite fruit fresh eatin-wise.

Luckily, seeds were saved. The picture below shows the amount of saved seeds from just one tomato. And, we can’t wait to get going with seeds starts later this spring.

 

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2 Responses to Raring to Grow Organically

  1. Jane says:

    What kinds of “beefsteak” tomatoes are we looking at? I have had limited success with tomato seed saving and will be looking forward to an update on your newest efforts!

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