Posted: 03/10/2014 at 08:51
Tomsk, no idea why they should taste "salty". It's highly unlikely to be related to any feeding procedure. Toms' flavours are dictated by their genes.
The number of seeds is down to the variety. Some are loaded with seeds, others - plum varieties, for example - have fewer seeds.
Woodgreen, "blight resistant" just means the plant will, in theory, cope better with fungal infections. If fungal spores are around, a plant will become infected. In fact, for the more benign* fungal infections like Early Blight, good housekeeping - nipping off affected foliage at the first sign of infection, etc - should see the plant through to the end of the season.
*As opposed to the destructive infections like Late Blight.