Tomato 'Reistomate' Very Rare & Unusual Seeds

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TOMATO Reistomate - 20+ HEIRLOOM Seeds 

A rare and unusual Peruvian heirloom tomato with a clusters of smaller cherry fruits stuck together. It was bred for trekking the Andes and also called "Traveller Tomato" for the ability to tear it apart a piece at time without knife. 

The vigorous plants grow up to 1.5 metres tall. The thick-skinned fruits are juicy and highly acidic.

This variety takes 72-80 days to reach till maturity. 

This is an INDETERMINATE variety and as such requires vines support or climbing frame.

How to  Grow Your Tomato Seeds Sow your tomato seeds in early Spring to Summer – all year round in subtropical and tropical areas.
Sow 5mm (1/4”) deep in pots or trays of seed raising mix.
Transplant to final growing position when sturdy enough to handle.
Spacing plants 50cm (20”) apart each way.
Water daily, and when the first truss has set, feed regularly.
Pinch out side shoots as they appear.
Can also be sown direct in final position after danger of frost has passed.
Most tomato seed varieties require a warm sunny position and staking to ensure a bountiful crop.
Seedlings emerge 10-14 days.
Plant in rows 90 cm apart with 45 - 60 cm between plants.
When To Plant Spring to Summer
Harvest 12-14 weeks
Sow Spring, Summer


Each seed packet comes with germination notes and includes a minimum of 20x seeds. 


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