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Discover our new selection of a historic variety with the true authentic taste of the tomato of the past.

Round dark red tomato with magnificent green streaks and an unmistakable intense, sweet, juicy flavor with a hint of acidity. Medium-large fruits, flattened and fleshy, excellent productivity. It tolerates heat and full sun well, great resistance to water stress.

Indeterminate: the plant requires support.

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Confezione da 1 cartoccio (25 semi ca.)
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Confezione da 100 semi
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Confezione da 500 semi
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Solanaceae family
Sowing: in the open field or in a seedbed. The availability of very early varieties suitable for indoor cultivation allows sowing for a long period of the year. In general, it is sown in seedbeds at the end of winter-early spring.
Transplant: As soon as the plant is manageable, it is transplanted into 8 cm pots to help the formation of good roots and planted outdoors at the end of April-beginning of May. In very hot areas, for a late harvest, it can be planted outdoors in June.
Distance: for family cultivation: 60-90 cm between rows, 45-60 cm between rows.
Tips: grow Marigold plants interspersed with tomatoes to control nematodes; do not grow tomatoes in the same position before 4 years and do not let them precede or follow other nightshades. Remove all the lateral shoots when they are 3 cm long, remove all the leaves below the lowest fruit stage. Indeterminate varieties necessarily require high supports.

Seed needed: approximately 3g per m2 of seedbed; 15-20 g per 100 m2 planted.

INDETERMINATE PLANT: requires supports