Growing Tomato

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08 Dec 20 Joel (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
What is the best variety of tomato for the Brisbane climate?
09 Dec 20 Anonymous (Australia - temperate climate)
You can grow nearly all varieties, cherry are probably more suited for the summer, more disease resistant. Grow the kind that you like, check internet seed selling companies, more varieties there. I feel it is better to start growing from mid-late February
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