Old Amish heirloom, large flat solid pinkish fruit to 12cm, with few seeds, mild non-acid taste. Excellent flavour sliced, known since 1885, named after the local creek, climbing. 80-100 days.
Originates from the Andes and cultivated in Central America. Suppresses couch grass, high in vitamin C, companion to parsley. Prefers open sunny positions. Sensitive to frosts. Water in furrows rather than overhead to reduce disease, declines if waterlogged. Does well on light to heavy soils with good drainage and high organic and phosphorus. Sow anytime in frost free areas, can sow indoors 5 weeks before transplanting in cooler areas or after last frost. 250-400 seeds per gram
Tomato planting information:
|Plant space cm:||40-60|
|Row space cm:||60-150|
|Best soil temp:||16-35 °C|
|Number of seeds per gram:||250-400|
|Rate per hectare:||300-400g|
|Average days to maturity:||60-120|
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W.A. CustomersDue to quarantine restrictions in W.A. there is a 10,000 seeds limit per each variety.
Tomato seed count is 250-400 seeds per gram. Please stay under this 10,000 seeds limit when ordering seeds as we will have to reduce or remove it from your order. If you have any queries on ordering large quantities please phone us on (07) 5533 1177.
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Please stay under this 800g limit when ordering seeds as we will have to reduce or remove it from your order.