The Capay Valley climate makes for perfect tomato growing at Full Belly Farm — hot summer days and cooler nights. We cultivate over 25 kinds of tomato — cherry tomatoes, heirlooms, slicers, and Roma types. Tomatoes don’t like to be too cold, so don’t put them in your refrigerator unless they are getting over-ripe. Instead, store them on the counter, in a cool spot, stem side down. There are certain conditions when you’d want them in the refrigerator, but in general you don’t. For more about tomato storage, we recommend this article for a quick summary and this one for a deep dive (that gets further into the nuances of when refrigeration may be ideal).