The main advantages of growing tomatoes from blight resistant seeds is you are able to grow and plant in areas of the garden or allotment that have previously been infected by the fungus in previous years....
I bought these last year and they were wonderful club root didn't bother them and the taste........... to the point that I have had to order for 4 other people at the allotments as they loved them. Would definitely recommend
Tuesday, 2 January 2018 | Terry
Club root is endemic on my allotment plot. However the variety Crispus has shown excellent resistance producing large flavoursome sprouts over a long period. Highly recommend.
Christmas Cripus Sprouts
Sunday, 22 November 2015 | Stephen
Due to club root on my allotment i have grown this sprout over the past years due to it's club root resistance. It has never failed me. The sprouts aren't the largest (bonus) and not at all strong, even the children eat them! I can harvest these from December to late March. There's not much between this sprout and Cronus in my view.
Thursday, 14 November 2013 | Craig
i have grown these for the last 4 years and they have been excellent to such an extent that i have supplied other gardeners with buttons for their Christmas dinners when theirs have failed
brussel sprout crispus
Sunday, 20 January 2013 | Richard
Having had 3 years of brussel sprout crop failure due to club root. I decided to give this variety a try.Very impressed, nice healthy plants with a good crop of large sprouts with a very good taste.