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Tomato - Yellow Siberian Pear
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Fabulous cultivar from Siberia that excels in our northern climate. Extremely prolific and early producer of small (1-2 in), juicy, flavorful bright yellow fruit. Low acid. Enjoy!
Indeterminate (produces throughout season).
Start seeds indoors 6 to 8 weeks before the last expected frost, with soil temp about 75°F Start in flats and move to larger containers while still small. Transplant to garden well after last frost.
deep-rooted, heat-loving plants that like sun, lots of moisture, and soil rich in phosphorus (but not too much nitrogen)
helps to harden off the seedlings (bring them outside during the day) before transplanting
cage or trellis suggested to save space and protect fruit; recommended for indeterminate varieties, which tend to sprawl
row covers and black plastic “mulch” keeps soil warm and hurries the crop along
pruning foliage and less water in late summer/early fall supports fruit maturation
plants can handle light frosts if covered, especially at night; fruit will continue to ripen even if foliage freezes; or pull up plant and hang upside down indoors, away from sun
Latin Name: Lycopersicon esculentum
Seed Count: 25
Plant Cycle: Perennial (typically grown as an annual)
Days to Germinate: 7-14
Days to Harvest: 52 (from date of transplant)
Seed Source: Ecologically Farmed
Planting Seasons: Spring
Cold Hardy: No
Seed Saving Level: Easy
Seed Storage : About 3-8+ years, when properly stored (cool, dry, dark)
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