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10 Tips for Growing Heirloom Tomatoes
Growing heirloom tomatoes can be tricky. Use these ten tips from Johnny's research team to help you make growing heirloom tomatoes a success. Read More
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Top-15 Tomatoes for High Tunnel & Hoophouse Production | Diseases & Resistances to Look For, Plant Habits & Variety Recommendations
Learn which tomato varieties are resistant to diseases specific to high tunnel and hoophouse culture, which plant habits are best for protected-culture, and which specific varieties from our field line-up are your best bet, along with a few of our favorite greenhouse varieties. Recommendations for 15 excellent varieties for hoophouse production, from Johnny’s tomato research and trialing team. Read More
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3 Ways to Choose the Right Tomato Varieties | Johnny's Selected Seeds
Guidelines for choosing the right tomato varieties to suit your particular growing needs and unique preferences, with an explanation of the 3 key differentiating features of tomatoes, plus a matrix of the different types of varieties available from Johnny's Selected Seeds. Three key questions to consider: 1) Which vegetative growth habit best suits your needs? Indeterminate (tall and viney) OR determinate (bushy). 2) Where will you grow your tomatoes? Outdoors OR indoors/in a protected setting. 3) Which fruit characteristics are of greatest importance to you? Flavor, color, texture, yield... Read More
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Open-Pollinated Revival Project: 3 Improved OP Heirloom & Heritage Tomatoes
From Johnny's Selected Seeds' classical plant breeding program, we're pleased to offer 3 recently resurrected open-pollinated varieties to you. Introduced by tomato plant breeder Emily Rose Haga, each of these three tomato cultivars was selected because of its unique history, outstanding quality, and adaptability to short seasons or low-input environments. Here's a rundown of the valuable gems we've dusted polished up to offer you: San Marzano II (organic, open-pollinated heirloom); Blue Beech (organic, open-pollinated heirloom); and Wisconsin 55 (organic, open-pollinated heritage variety). Read More
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