Tomato : Old Virginia
Large tomatoes with few seeds; high yields from this heat resistant variety
Heirloom from the Giltner family. This variety has an old-time sweet/tart tomato taste. Plants produce 6-12 oz dark red fruit with few seeds even in long hot summers. Good yields and flavor make this a keeper.Solanaceae Lycopersicon lycopersicum
If you have a Cutworm problem, wrap collars of aluminum foil or paper around the stem near ground level. A ring of wood ashes is also said to help.
Pests and Diseases
When we said Tomatoes are one of the easiest crops to grow, we could have added if you don’t encounter a serious pest or disease problem. They have so many potential enemies that it seems like it must be impossible to grow them.
You can help to keep some of these problems under control by rotation.
Be careful when watering as many diseases can be spread on wet leaves (use drip irrigation).
Many modern Tomato varieties are resistant to Verticillium Wilt (V), Fusarium Wilt (F) and Nematodes (N). It's a good idea to use these varieties if they are a problem for you.