Better Homes and Garden online magazine shares how to grow heirloom tomato plants.
Heirloom tomatoes are open-pollinated (non-hybrid) which is widely perceived to be better tasting than modern tomatoes.
They do have a couple shortcomings than modern tomatoes such as a shorter shelf life and are less disease resistant than most commercial tomatoes. Personally, I don’t see those as shortcoming but proof that they are not GMO tomatoes .
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