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Imagestormyla
Jun 11, 2011 11:12 AM CST
Name: Stormy
Valley Forge Pa
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I read a lot about this subject before and recalling what I have read, there is no conclusive proof that heirloom tomatoes are any less resistant to fusarium than hybrids. Now some heirlooms may resist it more than others, but that information is not as widely available because the big seed companies aren't paying for those types of tests on seeds they are not going to market.

You have the added problem of sandy soil which alters the performance of all seed types.

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