Tomato Seeds

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  • Tomato Adam F1

    A tall, indeterminate variety; requires staking. Produces fleshy, rather firm, red fruit that maintain their quality after the harvest. To be eaten or processed after the harvest; can be stored for 20 days.

    Tomato Adam F1 – seeds

    Seeding depth: 0,5 cm
    Seeding time in greenhouses: March – 15 April
    Planting time of seedlings outdoors: May
    Spacing: 60-70 x 50-60 cm
    Harvesting period: August – September

    One package contains 0,3 gram of seeds.

  • Tomato Bajaja

    An early, cherry-type, dwarf variety with trailing shoots. It is intended for growing in pots on a balcony. It develops round red berries that weigh 8 to 10 grams. One plant can produce 650 to 750 tiny fruit.

    Tomato Bajaja – seeds

    Seeding depth: 0,5 cm
    Seeding time in greenhouses: March – April
    Planting time of seedlings outdoors: May
    Spacing: 40 x 30 cm
    Harvesting period: June – August

    One package contains 0,1 gram of seeds.

  • Tomato Baron F1

    An early, tall variety. Resistant to common fungal and viral diseases. To be grown in greenhouses and in the field; requires staking. Valued for early fruit bearing and high productivity. Produces large, shapely, vividly red fruit.

    Tomato Baron F1 – seeds

    Seeding depth: 0,5 cm
    Seeding time in greenhouses: December – February
    Seeding time outdoors: February – May
    Spacing: 60-70 x 50-60 cm
    Harvesting period: May – August

    One package contains 0,1 gram of seeds.

  • Tomato Betalux

    A very early, productive, determinate, dwarf variety. Its plants develop stiff stems and do not require staking. Its dark red, medium large to large fruit is fleshy and delicious. Perfect for preserves and to be eaten raw or cooked right after the harvest.

    Tomato Betalux – seeds

    Seeding depth: 0,5 cm
    Seeding time in greenhouses: March – April
    Seeding time outdoors: 25 April – May
    Planting time of seedlings outdoors: May
    Spacing: 40-50 x 30-50 cm
    Harvesting period: July – September

    One package contains 1 gram of seeds.

  • Tomato Citrus Grape Cocktail

    An amateur, early, indeterminate variety that requires staking. Intended for cultivation in unheated greenhouses, in the field, and in containers on a balcony. It produces up to 75 small, yellow, cylindrical tomatoes in one cluster.

    Tomato Citrus Grape Cocktail – seeds

    Seeding depth: 0,5 cm
    Seeding time in greenhouses: March – April
    Seeding time outdoors: May – June
    Spacing: 80-100 x 50-60 cm
    Harvesting period: July – September

    One package contains 0,1 gram of seeds.

  • Tomato Favourite

    A very early, productive, determinate, dwarf variety. Its plants develop stiff stems and do not require staking. Its dark red, medium large to large fruit is fleshy and delicious. Perfect for preserves and to be eaten raw or cooked right after the harvest.

    Tomato Favourite – seeds

    Seeding depth: 0,5 cm
    Seeding depth in greenhouses: March – 15 April
    Planting time of seedlings outdoors: May
    Spacing: 60-70 x 50-60 cm
    Harvesting period: August – September

    One package contains 0,75 gram of seeds.

  • Tomato Golden Ozarowski

    A medium early, tall variety; requires staking. For amateur cultures in the field and in greenhouses. Its yellow-orange, large fruit can weigh over 100 grams. Relatively firm, delicious – perfect to be eaten fresh after the harvest.

    Tomato Golden Ozarowski – seeds

    Seeding depth: 0,5 cm
    Seeding time in greenhouses: March – 15 April
    Planting time of seedlings outdoors: May
    Spacing: 60-70 x 50-60 cm
    Harvesting period: July – September

    One package contains 0,5 gram of seeds.

  • Tomato Mascot

    A low growing variety, perfect for pot cultivation. These determinate plants develop slender shoots and grow broadly. It produces red, cherry-type, delicious fruit that reaches 2 to 4 cm in diameter. Recommended to be eaten raw.

    Tomato Mascot – seeds

    Seeding depth: 0,5 cm
    Seeding time in greenhouses: March – 15 April
    Planting time of seedlings outdoors: May
    Spacing: 40-50 x 30-40 cm
    Harvesting period: July – September

    The package contains 0,5 gram of seeds.

  • Tomato Mascot – PELLETED SEEDS

    A low growing, determinate variety recommended for cultivation in pots. These plants grow vigorously and develop slender shoots. Their delicious, red, cocktail-type fruit reaches 2 to 4 cm in diameter. Intended to be eaten raw. Coating ingredients: peat, dolomite, clay.

    Tomato Mascot – PELLETED SEEDS

    Seeding depth: 0,5 cm
    Seeding time in greenhouses: March – 15 April
    Planting time of seedlings outdoors: May
    Spacing: 40-50 x 30-40 cm
    Harvesting period: July – September

    One package contains 100 pieces of seeds.

  • Tomato Noire de Crimee

    A tall growing variety that requires staking. It is intended for growing in the field and in greenhouses. It produces fleshy, large fruit that weighs 300 to 400 grams on average. They stand out with a brown peel and a spicy-sweet taste. It is an intriguing addition to sandwiches and salads.

    Tomato Noire de Crimee – seeds

    Seeding depth: 0,5 cm
    Seeding time in greenhouses: March – April
    Planting time of seedlings outdoors: May
    Spacing: 60-70 x 50-60 cm
    Harvesting period: August – September

    One package contains 0,1 gram of seeds.

  • Tomato Or Pera d’Abruzzo

    A tall field variety; requires staking. Produces large, red, fleshy, juicy, pear-shaped fruit that weigh 250 to 300 grams. To be eaten after the harvest or made into preserves.

    Tomato Or Pera d’Abruzzo – seeds

    Seeding depth: 0,5 cm
    Seeding depth in greenhouses: March – 15 April
    Planting time of seedlings outdoors: May
    Spacing: 60-70 x 50-60 cm
    Harvesting period: July – September

    One package contains 0,5 gram of seeds.

  • Tomato Pink Oxheart

    An indeterminate, amateur field variety that requires staking. It produces pink-red, heart-shaped, large fruit that can weigh up to 600 grams, which is exceptionally juicy, sweet and aromatic. It is intended to be eaten raw after harvesting and preserving.

    Tomato Pink Oxheart – seeds

    Seeding depth: 0,5 cm
    Seeding time in greenhouses: March – April
    Planting time of seedlings outdoors: May – June
    Spacing: 60-70 x 50-60 cm
    Harvesting period: August – September

    One package contains 0,2 gram of seeds.