A look at Costa Rica's tomato revolution

There’s good news about tomatoes that will help both producers and consumers – that means us.
Plant engineers at the University of Costa Rica’s Fabio Baudrit Moreno experimental station in La Garita de Alajuela recently developed a sturdy ten-foot-tall tomato plant that resists common diseases, produces all year round, and has tomatoes the size of baseballs.
The best part? This was achieved not through artificially modified genetics, but rather through years of natural cross-breeding, as The Tico

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