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 grew these for the first time, last year. Although these were not planted over a trench, they produced big quantities of pods. From 20 plants, two of us have been eating these at least twice a week. I am still eating these in March and expect them to last until this years crop comes through.
Friday, 29 November 2013 | Scott
First time growing these. They were very slow to start producing, but it was a late spring. Once going, however, they were reluctant to stop. I was picking until early November. Tasty and nicely crunchy. Will grow these again.