I'm interested in trying to dry farming tomatoes in Western Washington, zone 8. We have got dry summers here.
I will probably try some dwarf varieties anyway, but am curious if anyone has thoughts. Are the root systems stunted, and thus have a harder time reaching deeper groundwater? Or will the lack of foliage help them minimize water requirements, and let them do better?
And, any recommendations for an indeterminate dwarf variety that would work well with dry farming?