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- What are your favorite tomato varieties, and why?
- In your region, are there certain varieties or types of tomatoes (cherry, paste, slicer, etc.) that are more dependable than others? Is so, please describe them.
- Are there specific tomato growing techniques that gardeners in your region should know about?
- Please include your name, city and state.
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Editor in Chief
‘Sungold’ cherry tomatoes have an outstanding rich, sweet flavor.
PHOTO; MATTHEW T. STALLBAUMER