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The Ever Popular Tomato
... and good-quality yield. Pruning: As mentioned above, some varieties respond well to pruning. In general the staking or indeterminate varieties are pruned to a single stem, and staked to a ... mature fruit before winter. Some homeowners chose to prune semi-determinate varieties. This process is much like pruning indeterminate varieties in that excess side shoots and late flower clusters should be ...
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Explore Cornell - Home Gardening - Vegetable Growing Guides - Growing Guide
... for determinate varieties 14 to 20 inches apart for staked indeterminate varieties 24 to 36 inches apart for unstaked indeterminate varieties Unlike ... varieties can be expected to mature. Determinate vs. indeterminate: Determinate varieties produce many short branches with flowers and fruit on the ends. They are usually early varieties and produce their harvest all at once. Indeterminate varieties ...
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Tomato, how to grow in Florida zone 10
... instructions and NEVER use more than the bag says to apply many tomato varieties suited for zone 10 are indeterminate, meaning, they keep growing, some reaching 8, 10, even 12-15 feet ... . Plants that are determinate reach about 4-5 feet tall and stop growing. When planting indeterminate varieties, plan on providing a good trellis/support/stake system look for bugs. Diseases are certain ...
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Watch Your Garden Grow - Tomato
... determinates produce better foliage, may grow taller and ripen fruit of similar quality to modern indeterminate varieties. They still tend to ripen their fruit over a shorter period of time, so successive ... apart and trellised or ground bed plants 24 to 36 inches apart. Some particularly vigorous indeterminate varieties may need 4 feet between plants and 5 to 6 feet between rows to allow ...
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Watch Your Garden Grow - Tomato
... determinates produce better foliage, may grow taller and ripen fruit of similar quality to modern indeterminate varieties. They still tend to ripen their fruit over a shorter period of time, so successive ... apart and trellised or ground bed plants 24 to 36 inches apart. Some particularly vigorous indeterminate varieties may need 4 feet between plants and 5 to 6 feet between rows to allow ...
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Which Are You Disappointed With? - Growing Tomatoes Forum - GardenWeb
... Yield could have been lots better. I will give Ultra Girl (indeterminate) another go next year. Will be good for stewing; marinara, ... comments the different varieties react in different ways to diseases. Even more pronounced is the way that all varieties react to either water ... and Brandywine. I do expect more as there are many other varieties just starting to ripen. And yes Feldon, Anna Russian and ...
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Winter tomato experiments - Growing Tomatoes Forum - GardenWeb
... of two very different methods: (1) succession-sowing of minature determinate varieties, or (2) the perpetuation of indeterminate cherry tomato varieties through seasonal cuttings. Actually I recently read of a third method through ... follow the advice of method 2, since I should have taken cuttings off my mature indeterminate cherry tomato plants before frost kill to get a head start. But even if I ...
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Tomato varieties-complete variety description for the home garden
... INGREDIENTS > GROWING VEGETABLES > TOMATO VARIETIES Tomato Varieties WWW.NATURALHUB.COM FRUIT VEGETABLES NUTS CULINARY HERBS GROWING AIDS ORGANISATIONS BOOKS & MAGS THE NATURAL FOOD HUB Staking=indeterminate Bush=determinate vigorous bush= ... , very good flavour. One of the very best of the large main season varieties. Big Rainbow Staking variety. A spectacular looking tomato grown from at least the ...
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Orange, Yellow, and White Tomato Varieties - Victory Seed Company
... nice tart taste. Not the typical sweet or fruity flavor people associate with yellow fruited varieties. Pleasant tartness more closely approximates the flavor of a good red tomato. NOTE: Much of ... - $1.95 Item 3401191 Sunray 75 days, indeterminate Golden-orange colored fruit, uniform size, deep-globular shape, up to seven ounce in size, on indeterminate plants. Sweet, solid, meaty, very mild in ...
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Paste-type Heirloom Tomato Varieties - Victory Seed Company
... are not all plum or pear-shaped. There are some varieties that look like slicers. What makes a paste tomato is ... Qty: Packet - $1.95 Item 3400431 Orange Banana 52 days, indeterminate Interesting, deep orange color which is rare in paste-type tomatoes ... few seeds. Qty: Packet - $1.95 Item 3401731 Sausage 70 days, indeterminate These are an interesting addition to your tomato collection. The ...
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