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Arkansas Traveler Heirloom Tomato Seeds

  • Arkansas Traveler Heirloom Tomato Seeds
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$1.89
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GS-TOMA-02-ART
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Arkansas Traveler Heirloom Tomato Seeds

 

.2 Gram Packet: approx seed count=70


The Arkansas Traveler tomato is an heirloom variety of tomato that has one of the most forgiving and enduring plants.  These plants have shown amazing resistances to disease, high heat, humidity, and even drought conditions.  Even crack resistant, these near-perfectly round heirloom tomatoes still pack an excellent balance of sweetness and acidity.  Growing to a nice 4 to 6 ounces, Arkansas Traveler tomatoes are ready to harvest in about 85 days.
  • Lycopersicon esculentum
  • 85% Germination rate
  • 85 days from plant until harvest (after transplanting)
  • 99% Pure
  • Indeterminate
  • Country of Origin: USA
  • Heirloom Seeds
Planting instructions:Start Arkansas Traveler tomato heirloom seeds indoors 6-7 weeks before last spring frost in a sunny, warm location in pots or flats. Transplant tomato plant to a sunny, well drained location in the late spring when the ground is warm and all danger of frost is past. The transplanted plants should be about 5-12 inches tall. Tomatoes can be sown directly into the garden when the soil and weather is warm. Staking tomatoes upright or using a wire cage will increase production.

Planting Depth Seed Spacing Row Spacing Germination Temperature Germination Time in Days Average Planting Dates Number of Seeds per foot row Spacing after Thinning Days to maturity
1/2" 24-36" 36-48" 50-75 8-14 3/20-5/1 Transplant Do not thin 85 after transplant

Care:Water lightly to keep soil moist. Control weeds with cultivation or mulch.

Harvesting: Pick tomatoes when fruits turn red. In late fall before any frost, green tomatoes can be picked and ripened in a warm area.

Nutritional Value: Arkansas Traveler heirloom tomatoes are an excellent source of Vitamins: A, & C and contains B, calcium. Iron, and potassium.

Collecting Seed: Select a very mature tomato and remove seeds. Allow seeds to thoroughly dry on a paper towel or cloth.

Wikipedia-Tomato

 


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