Tomato - Oregon Spring Early Type

Tomato - Oregon Spring Early Type
New Variety of Early Tomato Available

This variety is no longer available. It has been replaced with:

--------------------------------------------- Tomato - Oregon Spring Early Type

One of the earliest large tomatoes which produces tomatoes even in cool weather on compact determinate plants. The earliest fruit are the largest (up to 4 oz.) and mostly seedless.

Tomatoes are of tropical origin and like warm weather. Do not set outdoors too early. Maintain good fertility during the season.

Planting time - spring or start indoors 6-8 weeks earlier indoors

Matures in - 6-8 weeks to transplant, 65 days from transplant

Germinates in - 7-14 days

Sowing depth - 1/4 inch

Row spacing - 2-3 feet

Seed spacing - 2-3 seeds for each pot

Thinning - when plants are 3-4 inches tall, thin to 1 plant per pot. transplant to 18-24 inches apart

Net weight 200 MG (Estimated 70 seeds)

Bulk Tomato seed available.

10000 Seeds/oz. Plant 1/8oz per 100ft row.

2lbs of Tomato seed needed per acre. 4oz needed per acre if using transplants.

Average Tomato yield per acre - 741 bushels.
On average, 1oz of seed can produce 3000 Tomato plants.