I have been thrilled to be taking the Master Gardener class at the Walton County Extension Office, and am getting so excited about building a vegetable garden. I am a tomato junkie, and so my focus will be tomatoes this first year. I am going to attempt a few heirloom varieties (Brandywine, Cherokee Purple, and Mortgage Lifter) but have been forewarned that getting fruits off these plants will be an uphill battle in this area given the sandy soil and the preponderance of nematodes around here. I understand that organic fertilizers, particularly blood meal, may help control nematodes. Still, I'm thinking I'd like to try out a couple of the tomato varieties recommended by the vegetable gardening expert in the area -- the agent out of Santa Rosa county. The agent recommended three varieties -- Christa, Fletcher, and Quincy. All were developed for the area and are resistant to multiple wilts as well as nematodes. My first question is whether anyone has tried Christa, Fletcher, or Quincy tomatoes and can tell me how they taste. The whole point of growing them is to get better tasting tomatoes than I can buy at Publix. Second, these seeds are only sold by commercial growers and come in packages of 1000. Would anyone want to split an order with me?