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Organic Tomato Seeds: Large Red Cherry

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Organic Tomatoes: Large Red Cherry (75 days) Indeterminate
~25 seeds
USDA Certified Organic
Organic Tomatoes: Large Red Cherry (~25 seeds) Description:
Our Organic Heirloom Organic Large Red Cherry tomato seeds produce clusters of large red cherry tomatoes over a long season. Sweet and juicy, perfect for salads or eating one after the other!

All of Our Seeds are 100% Heirloom, Non-Hybrid, Non-GMO, Open-Pollinated and USDA Certified Organic Seeds.

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Organic Tomatoes: Large Red Cherry (75 days) Indeterminate
~25 seeds
USDA Certified Organic
Organic Tomatoes: Large Red Cherry (~25 seeds) Description:
Our Organic Heirloom Organic Large Red Cherry tomato seeds produce clusters of large red cherry tomatoes over a long season. Sweet and juicy, perfect for salads or eating one after the other!

The 1966 Burrell’s Seed Catalog describes the Large Red Cherry Tomato as “Attractive, high quality the size of a half dollar. Extensively used for eating fresh and in salads. A good home garden variety and is now very popular with Western growers for marketing in berry boxes. Vigorous plants produce heavily over a long period.”

All of Our Seeds are 100% Heirloom, Non-Hybrid, Non-GMO, Open-Pollinated and USDA Certified Organic Seeds.

Seed Planting Depth: ¼” – ½”
Seeds per Gram: 250-300
Germination Temperature: 70-85
Days to Germination: 6-9
Row Spacing: 60″
Plant Spacing: 18-36″
100′ Row Yield: 75 lb.
Sun: Full

Planting Tips for Heirloom Tomatoes:
Start heirloom tomato seeds indoors in an Organic sterile potting mix, keeping the temperature above 70 degrees, not letting the vegetable seeds dry out prematurely or overwatering. Using a seedling grow pad with a grow light system is ideal.

Once the first true leaves appear on your tomato seedlings, transplant into 4″ pots until you have completely hardened them off in the garden. Hardening is a process of exposing the plants gradually to outside temperatures until they are hardy enough to tolerate a being transplanted.

Most heirloom tomato varieties are quite productive and the plants should be supported by using tomato cages and supports. Throughout the growing season tomatoes benefit from using OMRI Certified Organic Tomato Fertilizers or good old fashioned compost.

When watering, do not let the leaves get wet… water from underneath and preferably on a drip irrigation system on a water timer.