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  Mountain Pride F1 Hybrid
Mountain Pride Hybrid Tomato Seeds


 
Approx. 9,000-11,000 seeds/oz.


Product Code: 33360


Item #33360*:
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
 
Determinate F1 HybridWhat do these symbols mean?
(8 oz.) This is a deep red, crack resistant tomato with firm flavorful flesh. The plants have good yields. It is the standard variety in mountainous regions of the South. Good home garden and farm market variety. The fruit is jointed (comes off the plant with a piece of stem attached). Resistant to V and FW Race 1 and 2. 70 days.
GENERAL GROWING INFORMATION
7-14 days. 70-75F. Sow early indoors in cool climates. Sow 3-5 weeks before predicted last frost. Transplant outside 6-8 weeks from sowing.

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Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
A little disapointed March 29, 2015
Reviewer: JP from PA  
When I went to plant the seed many of them were stuck together.  For the most part they would not come apart so I put two seeds in.  Once they sprouted I was able to thin one of the two out about 75% of the time 1 in four both plants came out.

Time will tell how they do once I pick them

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Sellers pick January 17, 2015
Reviewer: Patricia Knight from Sandy Ridge, NC United States  
Most people who sell tomatoes at there homes are local markets buy these plants because of the firm fruit which are good for canning, and the shelf life.

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