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August 16, 2010



Not sure if I would call them "sweet" but they are not particularly acidic (as many tomatoes are). San Marzanos are the ultimate Roma or Paste type of tomato, from Italy.

Duncan Munday

Are these tomatoes a sweet type? I have never come accross these before, also are they ok for growing in a grow bag?

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I love growing tomatoes, it's just hard for me to commit to growing them. I haven't made a New Years resolution yet, but I think I'll make one now to make sure I grow some.

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