Re: [tomato] grape tomatoes (
Thu, 25 Feb 1999 23:31:27 EST

In a message dated 2/25/99 4:52:11 PM Eastern Standard Time,

<< Has anyone heard of these tomatoes before? I'm assuming that they must be
 open-pollinated if they produce the same thing as the parent plant did.
 If anyone has any info on these, please let me know. I've put some aside
 to save seed from so that I can try them out this year. I'll very soon be
 starting my seeds in my cold frame. Can't wait!
 Enjoying the information on this list so far. Tomatoes are by far my best
 crop here in the Piedmont of upstate South Carolina. We normally have
 very rainy weather the first part of the summer, followed by hot, HOT

Rob, sounds like Riesntraube, a german heirloom tomato. Did they have a little
"nipple" on the elongated end? They are available from  
<A HREF="">Tomato Growers Supply Company Tomato
and Pepper Seed Catalog</A>. Your weather sounds an awful lot like mine here
south of Augusta, GA :-)