Yellow Fargo Tomato
This is a mid-season heirloom tomato. They were developed back in 1932 by Dr. A.F. Yeager in Fargo, North Dakota. These were created College of Agriculture. A semi-determinate tomato plant that produces loads of elongated pear shaped fruits. These sell very well at farmer’s markets and restaurants because of the flavor, and how much they produce. This would be the reason we did not get many pictures of them this year because we kept selling them. These tasty morsels are sweet with little to no acidity. An excellent tomato for salads and fresh eating. If you like Yellow Fargo Tomato, you may want to try Annie’s Sunshine Tomato.