Today's harvest includes 51 SunGold, 12 Red Currant, 12 Husky Cherry Red(1), 11 Husky Cherry Red(2), 8 Snow White(2) (new), 6 Yellow Perfection, 5 Yellow Currant, 4 Carmello (9.5 ounces), 4 Indigo Rose, 4 Green Grape, 3 Indigo Apple(1), 3 Pink Furry Boar, 3 Redfield Beauty, 3 Speckled Roman(2), 3 Italian Heirloom (12 ounces, 11 ounces, 7 ounces), 2 Thessaloniki (7.5 ounces), 2 Pink Berkeley Tie Dye(2) (9.5 ounces), 2 SunSugar, 2 Noire Charbonneuse(1), 2 Crimson Cushion, 2 Speckled Roman(1), 2 Chinese Tea, Pierce's Pride(2) (new), Amazon Chocolate (new) (8 ounces), Berkeley Tie Dye (11.5 ounces), Nyagous(1), Jaune Flamme(1), Black and Brown Boar(1), Oaxacan Jewel (16 ounces), Matt's Wild Cherry, Ella's Pink Plum, Black Cherry(1), Japanese Black Trifele (6 ounces), Garden Peach, Speckled Roman(3), Snow White(1), Black and Brown Boar(2), Indigo Apple(2) and Jaune Flamme(2) for a total of 163 tomatoes.
Black Cherry(1) needs more attention. After falling into Brad's Black Heart on Monday, it's now doubled over in the other direction. I'll need my wife's help in propping it up again. The reason it's falling and doubling over is it has a lot of fruit high up in the tree. Even though the numbers haven't been too crazy for this plant, at some point they will rise.
Yesterday it got up to 106.5 degrees at Pierce College. It's hot! This will sterilize any new blooms (sorry Copper River) for sure, but also push growing tomatoes to maturity.
The Speckled Roman(3) pushes out long Speckled Romans. They're a bit on the thin side, but long, reminding me of a carrot.
Maturing tomatoes include Pineapple(1) and Porkchop(2).