Possibly the most popular yellow heirloom variety of tomato, the Yellow Pear gets its name from its color and shape. This variety dates back to the 1800s and is a vigorous indeterminate. It produces generously with an abundance of small, yellow pear-shaped tomatoes that are sweet, but mild in flavor. These are a popular table tomato and are relatively cold tolerant (for a tomato), giving them the ability to produce later into the fall than others might. (gardenchannel.com)
Just harvested 3 of my heirloom tomatoes. My sole plant has been hit with “early blight” a disease; maybe from the soil, maybe from the seeds, maybe wind blown?? Im trying neem oil and organic insecticide soap, I cut away 90% of the bad leaves, left a few for photosynthesis. Added some compost, bone meat, and fish water. We’ll see if it helps.