Life goes on.
I'm going to try it...have some free time this week and figure why not!
I usually try to grow indeterminate hybrids as they produce for quite a while, bear lots of fruit, and hold up well. I don't generally go for heirlooms as I find them very difficult to grow and not very productive. Plus they seem to get diseases more often.
I know almost nothing about hybridization, but apparently some people are saying the offspring from the seeds from the actual tomato won't bear fruit like the tomatoes we ate.
And I'm still trying to figure out F1, F2 etc. This is my latest project.
Him: X, 54 PA SA NPD?
2 kids; DD17, DD11 divorced