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morning all!   

can i get some roma suggestions?    i've grown amish paste mostly in the past but i'm interested in some of the hungarian or italian mama's.   i want an indeterminate.  any suggestions?

 

thanx all!

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I grow mostly San Marzano, and San Marzano Redorta. The Redorta's are very large.

The perform well for me, and the taste is great. Almost full meat, few seeds, which is why they are more expensive.

They are Heirloom varieties, so you can save the seeds, but they don't have the anti-disease factors of some of the hybrids.


Disclaimer: All photographs uploaded here were taken for my own use. You do not see any weeds. It is you imagination.

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I've had good luck with Viva Italia.  They are determinate, but a fruit making machine. 

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I've had great results with Opalka, tons of fruits on them.

My favorite is Italian Gold, they make a really good yellow sauce that has never once been compained about. They a determinate tomato, but worth it IMO.

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I like the health kick paste tomatoes. They are a relatively compact plant and although the fruits are slightly smaller than the SAN Marzano, they load up with fruit and have a great taste. 

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