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  • Rutgers Tomato
    $2.00 Rutgers Tomato
    75 days.  Introduced in 1934 by Rutgers Univerity in conjunction with Campbell's Soup Company, Rutgers is a cross of an old variety named JTD and Marglobe.  It is no longer a commerical standard, but it is still a...
  • St. Pierre Tomato
    $2.00 St. Pierre Tomato
    74 day.  A traditional French canning tomato.  Medium sized and very round, it's an excellent choice for slicing and canning.  It's more acidic than most modern tomatoes, this extra acid aids in the canning...
  • Stupice Tomato
    $2.50 Stupice Tomato
    52 day.  Originally from Czechoslovakia, Stupice (pronounced Stoo-Peech-ka) is of the earliest tomatoes.  It produces average yields of 2-3 inch, mild flavored, red tomatoes.   Minimum of 25 seeds per...
  • Thessaloniki Tomato *
    $2.50 Thessaloniki Tomato *
    78 day.  This is my favorite slicing tomato.  The flavor is really sweet, but still complex and rich.  Red, round, medium sized, and delicious.  If you can only grow one tomato, this is an excellent...
  • Valencia Tomato
    $3.50 Valencia Tomato
    76 day. With round, smooth bright orange fruit, this midseason slicing tomato is great for northern climates. A family heirloom from Maine, it is a rich, full flavored tomato with some pineapple-like undertones...
  • Wisconsin 55 Tomato
    $3.00 Wisconsin 55 Tomato
    80 days. An excellent, all-purpose tomato. It is great for canning, but also makes a nice slicing tomato.   Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.

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