- Climbing (indeterminate)
- Good resistance to disease and insects
- Heirloom from 1950's
Climbing (indeterminate). Argentinian heirloom variety from the 1950's. Good disease resistance. Performs well in most climates but it's resistance to disease makes it a popular choice for warm and humid climates. Globe shaped red fruits have meaty flesh and very thick smooth skin growing to around 150g. Good all purpose tomato; ideal for canning, bottling, slicing, salads and cooking. Thick skin helps protect the fruit from insects. Very easy to peel. Resistant to cracking. Good mildly acidic flavour. Also known as "Peron Sprayless".
How to sow and grow:
|Method:||Sow direct or raise seedlings|
|When:||Spring and early summer (or after frost)|
|Position:||Full sun, moist well drained soil|
|Days to Maturity/flowering:||70 days|
|Care:||Plants need staking. Prune plants to two main stems. Keep well watered. Pick when mature to encourage more fruit. To reduce the risk of disease do not water overhead. Rotate crops: do not plant in the same position two years in a row.|
(Product number: F2-14)
Seeds per gram: 356 seeds
|Botanical name:||Lycopersicon esculentum|
|Packet type:||Standard seed packet|
|Packet quantity:||50 seeds|
|Seeds per gram:||356|
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