A favorite slicer for decades! High yielding plants bear extremely early large clusters of bright red, meaty 4-6 oz. globe to slightly flattened fruits. It's hard to find this scrumptious rich tangy flavor in newer hybrids. Frequently the last tomato to stop bearing at the end of the season! Plant again in late summer for a huge fresh crop of fall tomatoes. Perfect for salads, sandwiches and canning. Requires staking or cages.
Created from a controlled method of pollination in which the pollen of two different species or varieties is crossed by human intervention. Typical F1 varieties are deliberately created to breed a desired trait. Gardeners who use hybrid plant varieties usually purchase new seed every year, however, over several years the seed could eventually be used for open pollination
Indeterminates produce plants as large as you will allow them to grow. They have many widely spaced branches, numerous suckers, and produce tomatoes all season long. These are the varieties that can be manipulated in all sorts of fashion to make the plants conform to your needs.
VEGETABLE SEED AND PLANTING GUIDE
|Direct Seed (100 Ft.)||Distance Apart In Row After Thinning||Space Between Rows||Planting Depth|
* This is an estimated guide. Conditions may vary considerably due to location.
ESTIMATED DAYS TO MATURITY
APPROXIMATE SEED COUNT
- 9,980 per Oz.
- 159,770 per Lb.
DISEASE RESISTANCE OR TOLERANCE
Fusarium Wilt(Race 1)
Fusarium Wilt(Race 1,2)
- Basil repels flies and mosquitos, improves growth and flavor
- Bee Balm, chives and mint improve health and flavor
- Borage deters tomato worm, improves growth and flavor
- Dill (until mature) improves growth and flavor, but once mature, it stunts tomato growth
- Marigold deters nematodes
- Pot marigold deters tomato worm and general garden pests
- Corn and tomato are attacked by the same worm
- Mature dill retards tomato growth
- Kohlrabi stunts tomato growth
- Potatoes and tomatoes are attacked by the same blight