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Tomato - Costoluto Genovese Heirloom Seeds

Tomato - Costoluto Genovese Heirloom Seeds

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Open-pollinated (80 days)

Fruit Color: Red. Size 5 oz. Shape: Flattened globe deeply ribbed.

Plant Habit: Indeterminate. Plant Size: 5 ft.

This Italian heirloom has a deeply ribbed exterior that presents a beautiful, scalloped edge when sliced. It has an intense and acidic flavor that is ideal for making sauces or pastes and great on sandwiches and salads. Deep red fruits ripen on indeterminate vines that do well in hot weather while continuing into cooler temperatures late into the season.

Heirloom non-GMO    10 Seeds


All of our seeds are GMO-free.

 

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Kevin
Awesome for salsa and sauces!

These tomatos germinated very well with 3/3 plants germinating. 2 of the 3 plants have been absolutely prolific producers, with the other plant being a light producer with much larger fruit. Tomatos have been delicious and are becoming my go-to for garden salsas. Had a slight issue with late season blight, but was able to prune out diseased branches and treat with an antifungal. I didn't lose any plants or fruit in the process. Seems to be relatively pest resistant, at least for the Kansas City area.

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