Solanum lycopersicum

A beautiful, medium sized, hardy tomato that will quickly begin producing even in chilly Spring mornings.

Harvest method: 

Cut and Come Again

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Harvest window: 

28 - 56 days

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Best placement in device: 

Bottom level

HEALTH BENEFITS

  • Vitamin C
  • Potassium
  • Vitamin K
  • Folate.
  • Lycopene
  • Beta-carotene
  • Naringenin
  • Chlorogenic acid
OREGON SPRING TOMATO OVERVIEW

This early, cold tolerant variety produces medium sized tomatoes with a rich flavor perfect for use in any of your favorite dishes or enjoyed all on its own with just a drizzle of olive oil and some salt and pepper!

GROWING AND HARVESTING TIPS

Tomato plants will require regular pruning of ends of branches to keep plants compact. Additionally, pruning suckers (pinch off shoots in the "elbows" between the main stem and branches) will keep growth from becoming too dense - plants require ventilation and access to full sun for best leaf growth, flower setting and disease prevention. Tomato plants may need additional support to produce abundantly. Harvest tomatoes when they are red with a slight give to the fruit.