• Marglobe Tomato
    Heirloom 1925
    74 -80 Days

    An old time favorite producing large sized, uniform, globe-shaped fruits ranging in size from 8-10 oz, and bursting with old fashioned flavor. Heavy fruits - vigorous vines. Perfect for canning, juicing and fresh use. Fruits resist cracking and have a beautiful, smooth skin. The uniform, firm thick fruits are perfect in sandwiches and salads. An all time favorite with gourmet grocers and chefs. Fruits ripen all at once making it a premium canning tomato.

    Fruit size: 8-10 oz
    Matures: 74-80 days
    Plant spacing: 36 inches apart
    Plant size: 3-4 feet tall
    Plant type: determinate

    Fun Facts:
    1. Original source of disease resistance of Rutgers variety
    2. First disease-resistant variety with good resistance to Verticillium and Fusarium wilts
    3. The Tomato is believed to have originated in the western portions of South America
    4. Varieties of wild tomatoes are still found in Peru
    5. Aztecs of Central America called it "xitomatl"
    6. In 1692 a cookbook was published in Naples and mentions the Tomato

    USES
    They can be used fresh, frozen, canned and in salads
     

    Marglobe Tomato Seeds Heirloom NON GMO

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