This thread is for the Napoli tomato. It's a red paste (the picture makes it look pink) with similarities in production and fruit size to the Romas we grew in 2014. Due to its production, I want to grow it again.
I take that back, I think it out-produces Roma. The fruits are very durable, too, and have great hang-time perhaps. Ours was transplanted late, and has eastern shade (so, it could probably outperform Roma very easily). It'll probably be tastier with additional sun. I plan to grow it more.
Location: SW Idaho, USA
USDA hardiness zone: 6
Elevation: 2,260 feet Profile post