Developed by the University of Florida, this high heat and humidity variety might be worth your while. Good foliage cover helps alleviate sun scald- a problem for us in the Sun belt. You will find this a very versatile tomato. The thick walled fruit are not as delicate as many garden varieties . This helps to keep cracking and splitting to a minimum. Many of the University of Florida varieties are able to pollinate at high temps- extending the harvest period. I always forget to check on this each year. The fruit is about 8 oz...good sized with a rather sweet flavor.