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Tomato - Sweet Seedless F1 Seeds

Tomato - Sweet Seedless F1 Seeds

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A great tasting tomato for salads, eating fresh and for tomato sauce and paste. This round slicer tomato has red skin and red flesh inside. Some tomatoes will be completely seedless and others will have just a few seeds.

Sweet Seedless F1 Non-GMO, Hybrid (75 days)

Fruit Color: Red Size: 8-10 oz.

Shape: Round. Plant Habit: Indeterminate.  Plant Size: 5 ft.  

Germination Tip: Start seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before transplant date. Sow seeds 1/4” deep into seedling mix. Keep soil moist, warm & provide bright light. Germinates: 7-10 days.  Learn more at www.sandiaseed.com/grow 

The Sweet Seedless is a hybrid with two different parents. It does not need to be isolated from other tomatoes. This seedless tomato and was introduced by Burpee in 2004. Most people find that Sweet Seedless is 100% seedless or very close to it.

All of our seeds are GMO-free.

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