Plant just beneath soil in full sun about 3 feet apart and keep soil moist. Seedlings should come up in 1-2 weeks. If starting inside sow 1.5-2 months prior to last frost and be sure to acclimate the plants to being outside by placing them in a protected area and covering or bringing them inside if there will be frost. Tomatoes do not need a support structure to grow, but providing one will result in bigger and cleaner tomatoes.
This easy to grow plant produces a great slicing tomato perfect for sandwiches and hamburgers
Grows about 80" tall and produces large red tomatoes averaging 1-2 pounds each.
Plant 3 seeds per plant just below soil surface 32" apart in an area with full sun. Ensure moist soil until seedling is established. Plant after threat of frost has passed, or start inside and transplant once second set of leaves has grown after short periods of leaving plant outside to harden it off.
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