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  • ಮಾರಾಟ -28% Syngenta Saaho (TO-3215) Tomato Seeds - 3500 SEEDS Syngenta Saaho (TO-3215) Tomato Seeds - 3500 SEEDS

    Syngenta Syngenta Saaho (TO-3215) Tomato Seeds - 3500 SEEDS

    Syngenta Saaho tomato seeds is a high-yielding hybrid tomato variety. These seeds are specially bred for Indian farmers, offering unparalleled performance across seasons and diverse growing conditions.    Benefits:  Reduced Transplanting Shocks: Strong seedlings establish quickly, minimizing stress and maximizing survival rates.  Disease Resistance: Built-in resistance to common tomato diseases protects your crop and reduces dependence on pesticides.  Nutrient Efficiency: Saaho makes the most of your fertilizers and water, leading to cost-effective cultivation.  Invest in Syngenta Saaho (TO-3251) seeds and watch your tomato farming reach new heights of success!    Key Features:  Exceptional Yields: Achieve a staggering 25-40 metric tons per acre, depending on season and practices. Witness your farm brimming with plump, uniform tomatoes!  Robust, Determinate Plants: Saaho boasts sturdy plants with excellent stay-green foliage. This translates to a longer harvest window and better disease resistance.  Heat Resilient: Don't let scorching summers hinder your yield. Saaho thrives in hot temperatures, ensuring consistent fruiting even during challenging months.  Firm, Market-Ready Fruit: The star of the show! Saaho produces uniform, round tomatoes weighing 80-100 grams. Their firm texture and vibrant color guarantee top market prices.  Early Maturing: Reap the rewards sooner! Saaho delivers mature fruits just 65-70 days after transplanting, allowing for quicker turnaround and multiple harvests in a season.  Adaptable & Versatile: Whether it's Rabi, Summer, or Rainy season, Saaho adapts effortlessly to different planting times and environmental conditions.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of SYNGENTA SAAHO Tomato Seeds are about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the SYNGENTA SAAHO Tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the SYNGENTA SAAHO Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for SYNGENTA SAAHO Tomato Seeds variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest SYNGENTA SAAHO Tomatoes when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest SYNGENTA SAAHO Tomatoes in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep SYNGENTA SAAHO Tomatoes out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store SYNGENTA SAAHO Tomatoes at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomato are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks.     

  • Nunhems Tomato Arya - 3000 SEEDS - Agriplex Nunhems Tomato Arya - 3000 SEEDS - Agriplex

    Nunhems Nunhems Tomato Arya - 3000 SEEDS

    Nunhems Arya Tomato Seeds hybrid variety is ideal for summer cultivation in India and offers a variety of benefits with Nunhems Tomato Arya Seeds, you can easily cultivate delicious, high-quality tomatoes in your own backyard or farm.   Benefits:  Increased profitability: Arya's high yield and excellent fruit quality translate to higher profits for farmers.  Reduced risk: ToLCV resistance helps ensure healthy crops and minimize losses.  Wider market reach: Longer shelf life allows for wider distribution and sales opportunities.   Key Features:  High-yielding: Arya produces abundant yields of flat round tomatoes, averaging 80-90 grams each.  Early maturity: Enjoy ripe tomatoes just 65-68 days after transplanting.  Excellent fruit quality: Arya tomatoes are known for their bright red color, firm texture, and exceptional taste.  Heat tolerance: Well-suited for hot summer conditions.  Intermediate ToLCV resistance: Protects your tomato plants from the harmful Tomato Leaf Curl Virus.  Long shelf life: Arya tomatoes boast an impressive shelf life of 4-5 days, making them perfect for fresh markets and home consumption.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.   Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of Nunhems Arya Tomato Seeds about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the Nunhems Arya Tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the Nunhems Arya Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.   Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for the Nunhems Arya Tomato variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest Nunhems Arya Tomato when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest Nunhems Arya Tomato in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep Nunhems Arya Tomato out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store Nunhems Arya Tomato at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomato are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks. 

  • Seminis Abhilash  Tomato Seeds - 10 GM Seminis Hybrid Tomato Abhilash Seeds - 10 GM

    Seminis Seeds Seminis Hybrid Tomato Abhilash Seeds

    Seminis Hybrid Tomato Abhilash Seeds are a hybrid F1 variety specially developed for rainy seasons, offering exceptional disease resistance and high yields.  Benefits:  Adaptable to diverse growing conditions, including hotter climates, making them a reliable choice for wider regions.  Early maturity at 65-70 days from transplanting allows for a quicker harvest and potentially multiple plantings in a season.  Suitable for both home gardeners and commercial growers seeking productive and marketable tomatoes.   Key Features:  High yields: Abhilash plants produce an abundance of tomatoes throughout the season, making them ideal for gardeners who want to enjoy fresh tomatoes all summer long.  Excellent taste: Abhilash tomatoes have a sweet and juicy flavor that is perfect for eating fresh, salads, sandwiches, and sauces.  Attractive red color: Abhilash tomatoes have a deep red color that is sure to add a pop of color to your garden.  Uniform size and shape: Abhilash tomatoes are all about the same size and shape, making them perfect for slicing or canning.  Disease resistance: Abhilash tomatoes are resistant to a wide range of diseases, including bacterial wilt, Fusarium wilt, and early blight. This makes them a good choice for gardeners who want to avoid using pesticides.  Easy to grow: Abhilash tomatoes are easy to grow, even for beginner gardeners. They are a good choice for gardeners who live in hot climates, as they are heat tolerant.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of Seminis Hybrid Tomato Abhilash Seeds are about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the Seminis Hybrid Tomato Abhilash seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the Seminis Hybrid Tomato Abhilash seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for these tomato seed varieties, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest Seminis Hybrid Tomato Abhilash Seeds when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest Seminis Hybrid Tomato Abhilash Seeds in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep Seminis Abhilash Tomatoes  out of direct sunlight, and avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store Abhilash Tomatos at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomatoes are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks. 

  • Syngenta TO-6242 Tomato Seeds - 3000 SEEDS - Agriplex Syngenta To-6242 Tomato Seeds

    Syngenta Syngenta TO-6242 Tomato Seeds - 3000 SEEDS

    Syngenta To-6242 is a high-performance hybrid tomato seed variety for farmers seeking superior yields, excellent fruit quality, and adaptable growing conditions.  Benefits:  Higher Yield Potential: Expect bountiful harvests with strong plant vigor and extended fruit setting. You can expect up to 20% higher yields compared to other tomato varieties.  Premium Fruit Quality: Consistent, firm, and glossy fruits with ideal size and color for market preference. The tomatoes have a uniform size and shape, making them perfect for fresh markets and processing.  Longer Shelf Life: Enhanced post-harvest quality and disease resistance for better marketability. The tomatoes can stay fresh for up to two weeks longer than other varieties, which means you can get them to market and sell them for a higher price.  Semi-determinate Plant Habit: Performs well in diverse climates and adapts to various growing systems. This means you can grow these tomatoes in a variety of climates, from hot and humid to cool and dry.  Good Heat Set: Reliable fruit formation even during high temperatures. You don't have to worry about your tomato crop failing in hot weather.  Strong Stay Greenness: Healthy foliage throughout the season translates to prolonged productivity. The plants stay green and healthy all season long, which means they will continue to produce tomatoes for you.    Key Features:  Higher Yield Potential: Expect bountiful harvests with strong plant vigor and extended fruit setting. Compared to other varieties, you can see up to 20% higher yields!  Premium Fruit Quality: Consistent, firm, and glossy fruits with ideal size and color for market preference. The uniform size and shape make them perfect for fresh markets and processing.  Longer Shelf Life: Enhanced post-harvest quality and disease resistance for better marketability. Your tomatoes stay fresh up to two weeks longer, maximizing your earning potential.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of Syngenta To-6242 Tomato Seeds are about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the Syngenta To-6242 Tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the Syngenta To-6242 Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for Syngenta To-6242 Tomato Seeds variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest Syngenta To-6242 Tomatoes when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest Syngenta To-6242 Tomatoes in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep Syngenta To-6242 Tomatoes out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store Syngenta To-6242 Tomatoes at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomato are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks.   

  • Seminis Saksham Hybrid Tomato Seed -10 GM Seminis Saksham Hybrid Tomato Seed -10 GM

    Seminis Seeds Seminis Saksham Hybrid Tomato Seed

    Seminis Saksham isn't just another tomato; it's a game-changer in the field. This hybrid variety, brought to you by leading seed experts Seminis, offers a winning combination of stunning appearance, exceptional quality, and robust performance, making it ideal for both home gardeners and commercial growers.  Benefits:  Eye-catching Beauty: Imagine vibrant, uniformly deep red fruits with a glossy, elongated square shape that grabs attention at the market or on your dinner plate. Saksham tomatoes are a feast for the eyes before you even take a bite.  Exceptional Firmness: Say goodbye to soft, bruised tomatoes! Saksham boasts superior firmness, perfect for long-distance transport and ensuring your harvest reaches its destination in pristine condition.  Early Harvest, High Yield: Be among the first to enjoy delicious tomatoes with Saksham's early maturity. Plus, its impressive yield potential means you'll be reaping the rewards of your hard work all season long.  Disease Resistance: Protect your precious crop with Saksham's built-in resistance to common tomato diseases like Fusarium wilt, Alternaria stem canker, and early blight. This translates to less stress and worry, leaving you more time to enjoy the fruits (pun intended) of your labor.    Key Features:  High Yields: Get ready for an abundance of juicy, vibrant red tomatoes with excellent firmness and a delightful balance of sweetness and acidity.  Heat Tolerance: Unlike other varieties, Saksham flourishes in hot and humid conditions, producing consistent yields throughout the summer season.  Disease Resistance: Built-in resistance to common tomato diseases like early blight and fusarium wilt protects your precious plants and minimizes losses.  Strong Plants: Vigorous vines with excellent fruit setting ability ensure a reliable and productive harvest.  Early Maturity: Start enjoying delicious homegrown tomatoes sooner! Saksham matures quickly, offering early harvests to satisfy your summer cravings.  Adaptable: This versatile variety performs well in various soil types and climatic conditions, making it ideal for a wide range of gardens.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of Seminis Saksham Tomato Seeds are about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the Seminis Saksham Tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the Seminis Saksham Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for Seminis Saksham Tomato Seeds variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest Seminis Saksham Tomatoes when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest Seminis Saksham Tomatoes in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep Seminis Saksham Tomatoes out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store Seminis Saksham Tomatoes at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomato are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks. 

  • Seminis Ansal Tomato - Agriplex Seminis Ansal Tomato - Agriplex

    Seminis Seeds Seminis Ansal Tomato

    Ansal F1 Tomato seeds are high-yielding hybrid tomato variety that is perfect for both home gardeners and commercial growers. It is a semi-determinate plant that produces large, globe-shaped tomatoes that are deep red in color. The tomatoes are firm and juicy, with a sweet and delicious flavor.  Benefits:  High yield: Produces up to 3500 fruits per acre, perfect for home gardeners and commercial growers alike.  Large, uniform fruit: Globe-shaped tomatoes weighing up to 120 grams each, ideal for slicing or salads.  Deep red color: Attractive and marketable, making them a delight for both home enjoyment and market sales.  Firm and juicy texture: Excellent for fresh eating, sandwiches, and salads, thanks to their robust texture and high-water content.  Sweet and delicious flavor: A true tomato-lover's delight, offering a classic, balanced sweetness.  Disease resistance: Resists major tomato diseases like Fusarium wilt, Verticillium wilt, and early blight for a hassle-free growing experience.  Key Features:  High yields: Plants can produce up to 3500 fruits per acre.  Large fruit: Tomatoes can weigh up to 120 grams each.  Globe-shaped fruit: Uniform in size and shape.  Deep red color: Attractive and marketable.  Firm and juicy: Excellent for eating fresh or for use in salads and sandwiches.  Sweet and delicious flavor: A favorite among tomato lovers.  Disease resistant: Resistant to a wide range of diseases, including Fusarium wilt, Verticillium wilt, and early blight.  Heat tolerant: Performs well in hot and humid climates.  Long shelf life: Can be stored for up to two weeks after harvest.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of Ansal F1 Tomato Seeds are about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the Ansal F1 Tomato Tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the Ansal F1 Tomato Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for Ansal F1 Tomato Tomato Seeds variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest Ansal F1 Tomato Seeds when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest Ansal F1 Tomato Seeds in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep Ansal F1 Tomatoes out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store Ansal F1 Tomatoes at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomato are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks.     

  • FITO Polyana Tomato Seeds - Agriplex FITO Polyana Tomato Seeds - Agriplex

    Fito Seeds FITO Polyana Tomato Seeds

    FITO Polyana tomato seeds are high-yielding seeds that produce robust plants loaded with vibrant, flavorful fruits perfect for salads, sandwiches, and sauces. The ideal hybrid variety for thriving in polyhouse conditions.  Benefits:  Abundant Harvests: Expect vigorous indeterminate vines teeming with flat-round, glossy tomatoes averaging 150-180 grams each. Get ready for an extended harvest season to enjoy fresh tomatoes for months!  Disease Resistance: Breathe easy knowing your plants are protected against common tomato threats like Tomato Mosaic Virus, Leaf Curl Virus, Verticillium Wilt, and even pesky Root Knot Nematodes.  Polyhouse Perfection: Specially selected for thriving in controlled environments, Polyana tomatoes flourish in polyhouses offering optimal temperature and humidity. Enjoy year-round tomato bounty regardless of the season.  Sweet & Succulent Flavor: Bite into the delightful balance of sweetness and acidity that Polyana tomatoes offer. These versatile fruits elevate any dish, from salads and sandwiches to sauces and stews.  Easy to Grow: Even novice gardeners can achieve success with Polyana's manageable vines and straightforward care requirements. Follow basic watering and feeding practices and watch your tomato dreams come true.    Key Features:  For optimal results, follow the recommended planting instructions and provide your Tomato seedlings with well-drained soil, plenty of sunlight, and regular watering.  Consider using companion planting techniques to deter pests and attract beneficial insects.  Pinch off suckers for a bushier plant and potentially higher yields.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of FITO Polyana tomato Seeds are about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the FITO Polyana tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the FITO Polyana tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for FITO Polyana tomato Seeds variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest FITO Polyana tomatoes when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest FITO Polyana tomatoes in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep FITO Polyana tomatoes out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store FITO Polyana tomatoes at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomatoes are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks. 

  • Seminis Virang Tomato -3500 SEEDS Seminis Virang Tomato -3500 SEEDS

    Seminis Seeds Seminis Virang Tomato

    Seminis Virang Tomato is a hybrid tomato variety that is known for its high yields, excellent fruit quality, and disease resistance. It is a popular choice for both commercial farmers and home gardeners.  Benefits:  Increased profitability due to high yields and premium fruit quality  Reduced risk of crop loss due to disease resistance  Easy to grow and manage  Enjoy fresh, delicious tomatoes all season long  Easy to grow, even for beginners  Disease resistance means less need for pesticides  Key Features:  High yields: Virang plants produce an abundance of large, uniform fruits, even in hot and humid conditions.  Excellent fruit quality: The fruits are deep red, firm, and have a sweet flavor. They are also crack-resistant and have a long shelf life.  Disease resistance: Virang plants are resistant to a wide range of diseases, including bacterial wilt, fusarium wilt, and early blight.  Adaptability: Virang is a versatile variety that can be grown in a variety of climates and soil types.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of Seminis Virang Tomato Seeds are about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the Seminis Virang Tomato Tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the Seminis Virang Tomato Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for Seminis Virang Tomato Tomato Seeds variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest Seminis Virang Tomato Seeds when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest Seminis Virang Tomato Seeds in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep Seminis Virang Tomatoes out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store Seminis Virang Tomatoes at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomato are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks. 

  • Syngenta Ayaan Tomato Seeds - 3500 SEEDS Syngenta Ayaan Tomato Seeds

    Syngenta Syngenta Ayaan Tomato Seeds

    Syngenta Ayaan is a high-performance hybrid tomato seed variety for farmers seeking superior yields, excellent fruit quality, and adaptable growing conditions.  Benefits:  Higher Yield Potential: Expect bountiful harvests with strong plant vigor and extended fruit setting. You can expect up to 20% higher yields compared to other tomato varieties.  Premium Fruit Quality: Consistent, firm, and glossy fruits with ideal size and color for market preference. The tomatoes have a uniform size and shape, making them perfect for fresh markets and processing.  Longer Shelf Life: Enhanced post-harvest quality and disease resistance for better marketability. The tomatoes can stay fresh for up to two weeks longer than other varieties, which means you can get them to market and sell them for a higher price.  Semi-determinate Plant Habit: Performs well in diverse climates and adapts to various growing systems. This means you can grow these tomatoes in a variety of climates, from hot and humid to cool and dry.  Good Heat Set: Reliable fruit formation even during high temperatures. You don't have to worry about your tomato crop failing in hot weather.  Strong Stay Greenness: Healthy foliage throughout the season translates to prolonged productivity. The plants stay green and healthy all season long, which means they will continue to produce tomatoes for you.    Key Features:  Explosive Yields: Get ready for a harvest fiesta! Ayaan boasts a high yield potential, reaching up to 25-30 MT per acre, depending on season and your magic touch. Expect vigorous plant growth and extended fruit setting for those overflowing baskets.  Market-Ready Marvels: Forget uneven, off-putting tomatoes. Ayaan delivers consistently firm, glossy fruits with an attractive deep red color and ideal size. This uniformity will have market buyers singing your praises!  Freshness That Lasts: Don't worry about your harvest wilting away. Ayaan boasts superior shelf life thanks to its enhanced post-harvest quality and disease resistance. Keep those tomatoes fresh and profitable for longer!  Climate Champion: No need to stress about fickle weather. Ayaan's semi-determinate plant habit thrives in diverse climates, from the scorching sun to cooler days.  Heatwave Hero: Even the hottest temperatures won't faze Ayaan. Its reliable fruit formation ensures consistent yields throughout the season, making it a true summer superstar.  Healthy Hustle: Ayaan doesn't give up easily. Its strong stay greenness maintains healthy foliage, meaning your plants keep producing those juicy gems longer.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of Syngenta Ayaan Tomato Seeds are about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the Syngenta Ayaan Tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the Syngenta Ayaan Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for Syngenta Ayaan Tomato Seeds variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest Syngenta Ayaan Tomatoes when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest Syngenta Ayaan Tomatoes in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep Syngenta Ayaan Tomatoes out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store Syngenta Ayaan Tomatoes at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomato are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks.     

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  • SW 1508 Hybrid Round Tomato Seeds - Agriplex SW 1508 Hybrid Round Tomato Seeds

    US Seeds SW 1508 Hybrid Round Tomato Seeds

    SW 1508 Hybrid Round Tomato Seeds are F1 hybrid wonders that are specially bred to deliver exceptional yields of uniform, blemish-free fruits throughout the season, making them a dream come true for home gardeners and professional growers alike.  Benefits:  High resistance to diseases means less fuss and more focus on enjoying your homegrown bounty.  Excellent shipping quality makes these tomatoes ideal for commercial growers looking for a reliable, profitable crop.  Easy to grow: Even novice gardeners can achieve success with SW 1508's vigorous growth and adaptability.   Key Features:  Prolific harvests: Get ready to be amazed by the abundance! Expect consistent pickings of 90-100g tomatoes every few days, from 65-70 days after transplanting.  Picture-perfect fruit: Say goodbye to uneven ripening and misshapen tomatoes. SW 1508 produces stunning round fruits with smooth, white shoulders, perfect for salads, sandwiches, or slicing for fresh eating.  Firm and flavorful: These beauties aren't just eye candy! They boast exceptional firmness and a delicious, well-balanced sweetness that shines in any dish.  Season-savvy resilience: Whether you're planting in Kharif, Rabi, or Summer, SW 1508 thrives in a variety of climates. Tolerance to TLCV adds another layer of protection for a worry-free growing experience.  Ideal for diverse regions: From the sunny plains of Punjab to the lush fields of West Bengal, SW 1508 adapts beautifully to a wide range of growing conditions.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of SW 1508 Hybrid Round Tomato Seeds are about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the SW 1508 Hybrid Round Tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the SW 1508 Hybrid Round Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for SW 1508 Hybrid Round Tomato Seeds variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest SW 1508 Hybrid Round Tomato Seeds when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest SW 1508 Hybrid Round Tomato Seeds in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep SW 1508 Hybrid Round Tomato Seed out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store SW 1508 Hybrid Round Tomato Seed at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomato are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks. 

  • Seminis Aryaman Tomato Seeds - Agriplex Seminis Aryaman Tomato Seeds - Agriplex

    Seminis Seeds Seminis Aryaman Tomato Seeds

    Seminis Aryaman isn't just another tomato; it's a game-changer in the field. This hybrid variety, brought to you by leading seed experts Seminis, offers a winning combination of stunning appearance, exceptional quality, and robust performance, making it ideal for both home gardeners and commercial growers.  Benefits:  Eye-catching Beauty: Imagine vibrant, uniformly deep red fruits with a glossy, elongated square shape that grabs attention at the market or on your dinner plate. Aryaman tomatoes are a feast for the eyes before you even take a bite.  Exceptional Firmness: Say goodbye to soft, bruised tomatoes! Aryaman boasts superior firmness, perfect for long-distance transport and ensuring your harvest reaches its destination in pristine condition.  Early Harvest, High Yield: Be among the first to enjoy delicious tomatoes with Aryaman's early maturity. Plus, its impressive yield potential means you'll be reaping the rewards of your hard work all season long.  Climate Champion: Aryaman thrives in a wide range of climates, making it adaptable to diverse growing conditions. Whether you're battling scorching summers or unpredictable rains, Aryaman stands strong.  Disease Resistance: Protect your precious crop with Aryaman's built-in resistance to common tomato diseases like Fusarium wilt, Alternaria stem canker, and early blight. This translates to less stress and worry, leaving you more time to enjoy the fruits (pun intended) of your labor.    Key Features:  High yields: Aryaman plants produce an abundance of large, uniform fruits, even in hot and humid conditions.  Excellent fruit quality: The fruits are deep red, firm, and have a sweet flavor. They are also crack-resistant and have a long shelf life.  Disease resistance: Aryaman plants are resistant to a wide range of diseases, including bacterial wilt, fusarium wilt, and early blight.  Adaptability: Aryaman is a versatile variety that can be grown in a variety of climates and soil types.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of Seminis Aryaman Tomato Seeds are about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the Seminis Aryaman Tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the Seminis Aryaman Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for Seminis Aryaman Tomato Seeds variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest Seminis Aryaman Tomatoes when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest Seminis Aryaman Tomatoes in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep Seminis Aryaman Tomatoes out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store Seminis Aryaman Tomatoes at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomato are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks.     

  • Syngenta TO-1057 Tomato Seeds - Agriplex Syngenta TO-1057 Tomato Seeds - Agriplex

    Syngenta Syngenta TO-1057 Tomato Seeds

    Introducing Syngenta TO-1057 Tomato Seeds, a revolutionary hybrid tomato variety developed by Syngenta, a global leader in agricultural innovation. This high-yielding semi-indeterminate tomato is renowned for its exceptional fruit quality, adaptability to various climatic conditions, and resistance to major tomato diseases. Key Features High Yield Potential: Syngenta TO-1057 Tomato Seeds produce an abundance of firm, medium-sized fruits, averaging 70-80 grams each. The plants maintain vigorous growth throughout the season, ensuring continuous harvests. Exceptional Fruit Quality: These tomatoes boast a vibrant red color, smooth skin, and a delightful balance of sweetness and acidity, making them ideal for fresh consumption, processing, and market sales. Adaptability and Disease Resistance: Syngenta TO-1057 Tomato Seeds excel in diverse climates, thriving in both tropical and temperate regions. They exhibit remarkable resistance to early blight, late blight, and Fusarium wilt, ensuring consistent yields even in challenging environments. Agronomic Advantages: The semi-indeterminate growth habit allows for extended cropping and flexible harvesting schedules. The plants exhibit strong stems that require minimal support, reducing labor costs. Recommended Uses Fresh Market: Syngenta TO-1057 Tomato Seeds are highly sought after by commercial growers and home gardeners alike due to their attractive appearance, excellent flavor, and extended shelf life. Processing Industry: The consistent size, shape, and firmness of these tomatoes make them ideal for processing into tomato paste, sauces, and canned products. Home Gardens: Enthusiastic home gardeners appreciate the ease of cultivation and high yields offered by Syngenta TO-1057 Tomato Seeds, making them a popular choice for backyard vegetable gardens. Planting and Care Sowing: Seeds can be sown directly into the field or started in a nursery and transplanted later. Spacing: Plants should be spaced approximately 45-55 cm apart to allow for adequate growth and air circulation. Watering: Regular watering is essential, especially during the flowering and fruiting stages. Fertilization: Regular fertilization with a balanced fertilizer will support healthy plant growth and abundant fruit production. Pest and Disease Management: Regular monitoring for pests and diseases is crucial to protect the crop. Integrated pest management strategies should be employed whenever necessary. Conclusion Syngenta TO-1057 Tomato Seeds represent a breakthrough in tomato cultivation, offering a combination of high yield, exceptional fruit quality, adaptability, and disease resistance. Whether you are a commercial grower, a dedicated home gardener, or a food processor seeking high-quality tomatoes, Syngenta TO-1057 Tomato Seeds are an excellent choice for sustainable and profitable tomato production.

  • Syngenta Heemshikar Tomato Seeds - 4000 SEEDS Syngenta Heemshikar Tomato Seeds - 4000 SEEDS

    Syngenta Syngenta Heemshikar Tomato Seeds - 4000 SEEDS

    Syngenta Heemshikar Tomato Seeds are hybrid F1 varieties specially developed for rainy seasons, offering exceptional disease resistance and high yields.  Benefits:  Suitable for both fresh market and processing.  Determinate growth habit facilitates easy staking and management.  Requires minimal support, reducing labor costs.  Responds well to balanced fertilization for optimal growth and yield.    Key Features:  Exceptional Disease Resistance: Heemshikar tomatoes boast strong resistance to Early Blight, Late Blight, and Fusarium Wilt, common fungal diseases that plague tomato crops during the rainy season. This translates to fewer losses and healthier plants.  High Yielding Potential: Get ready for abundant harvests! Heemshikar plants produce large clusters of uniform, bright red tomatoes, known for their excellent taste and marketability.  Adaptable to Rainfed Conditions: Heemshikar tomatoes thrive in both open fields and under protected cultivation. Their vigorous root system efficiently absorbs water and nutrients, making them resilient even in periods of heavy rainfall.  Long Shelf Life: Heemshikar tomatoes have a longer shelf life compared to many other varieties, minimizing post-harvest losses and ensuring your produce reaches the market fresh.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of Tomato Seeds about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the  Tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for the Syngenta Heemshikar Tomato variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest Syngenta Heemshikar Tomato when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest Syngenta Heemshikar Tomato in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep Syngenta Heemshikar Tomatos to tomatoes out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store Syngenta Heemshikar Tomato at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomatoes are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks. 

  • Namdhari NS 4266 Tomato Seeds - 10 GM Namdhari NS 4266 Tomato Seeds - 10 GM

    Namdhari Seeds Namdhari NS 4266 Tomato Seeds

    NS 4266 Tomato Seeds are hybrid variety and are a favorite among home gardeners and small-scale farmers for its robust performance and superior fruit quality.  Benefits:  Medium Maturity: You won't have to wait too long to enjoy the fruits of your labor! NS 4266 tomatoes reach maturity within a moderate timeframe, so you can start harvesting them sooner while still benefiting from their excellent shelf life.  Hybrid Variety: As a hybrid variety, NS 4266 tomato seeds offer several advantages over open-pollinated varieties. They tend to be more consistent in their performance, produce higher yields, and are more resistant to diseases.    Key Features:  High Yield: Get ready for an abundance of tomatoes! These plants produce heavy clusters of medium-sized (80-90g) fruits throughout the season.  Flat Round Shape: Enjoy perfectly shaped tomatoes ideal for slicing, salads, and canning. Their uniform size makes them visually appealing and perfect for market fresh options.  Good Fruit Firmness: Bite into the difference! NS 4266 tomatoes resist cracking and have a satisfyingly firm texture, even in hot weather.  Strong Plant Vigor: Witness vigorous growth with sturdy stems and disease resistance. These plants thrive in a variety of climates and soil conditions.  Medium Maturity: Harvest your delicious tomatoes within a moderate timeframe, allowing you to enjoy them sooner while maintaining excellent shelf life.  Sowing Season: Perfect for planting from August to October in tropical regions like India.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of NS 4266 Tomato Seeds are about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the NS 4266 Tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the NS 4266 Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. Depending on the variety and your climate, this will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for NS 4266 Tomato Seeds variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest NS 4266 Tomato Seeds when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest NS 4266 Tomato Seeds in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep NS 4266 Tomatoes out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store NS 4266 Tomatos at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomatoes are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks. 

  • Seminis Ayushman Tomato - Agriplex Seminis Ayushman Tomato - Agriplex

    Seminis Seeds Seminis Ayushman Tomato

    Seminis Ayushman Tomato, a high-performance hybrid engineered for success. Boost your harvest and tantalize your taste buds.  Benefits:  High yield: Produces up to 3500 fruits per acre, perfect for home gardeners and commercial growers alike.  Large, uniform fruit: Globe-shaped tomatoes weighing up to 120 grams each, ideal for slicing or salads.  Deep red color: Attractive and marketable, making them a delight for both home enjoyment and market sales.  Firm and juicy texture: Excellent for fresh eating, sandwiches, and salads, thanks to their robust texture and high-water content.  Sweet and delicious flavor: A true tomato-lover's delight, offering a classic, balanced sweetness.  Disease resistance: Resists major tomato diseases like Fusarium wilt, Verticillium wilt, and early blight for a hassle-free growing experience.  Key Features:  High yields: Plants can produce up to 3500 fruits per acre.  Large fruit: Tomatoes can weigh up to 120 grams each.  Globe-shaped fruit: Uniform in size and shape.  Deep red color: Attractive and marketable.  Firm and juicy: Excellent for eating fresh or for use in salads and sandwiches.  Sweet and delicious flavor: A favorite among tomato lovers.  Disease resistant: Resistant to a wide range of diseases, including Fusarium wilt, Verticillium wilt, and early blight.  Heat tolerant: Performs well in hot and humid climates.  Long shelf life: Can be stored for up to two weeks after harvest.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of Seminis Ayushman Tomato Seeds are about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the Seminis Ayushman Tomato Tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the Seminis Ayushman Tomato Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for Seminis Ayushman Tomato Tomato Seeds variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest Seminis Ayushman Tomato Seeds when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest Seminis Ayushman Tomato Seeds in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep Seminis Ayushman Tomatoes out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store Seminis Ayushman Tomatoes at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomato are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks.

  • East West Shreya 831 TSC Tomato Seeds - Agriplex East West Shreya 831 TSC Tomato Seeds - Agriplex

    East West ಪೂರ್ವ ಪಶ್ಚಿಮ ಶ್ರೇಯಾ ಟೊಮೆಟೊ ಬೀಜಗಳು - (3000 ಬೀಜಗಳು)

    ಸಸ್ಯ : ನಿರ್ಧರಿಸಿ, ಅರೆ ಹರಡುವಿಕೆ. ಸರಾಸರಿ ಹಣ್ಣಿನ ತೂಕ : 80-90 ಗ್ರಾಂ. ಹಣ್ಣಿನ ಆಕಾರ: ಚಪ್ಪಟೆ ಚೌಕಾಕಾರದ, ದೃಢವಾದ ಹಣ್ಣು. ಮುಕ್ತಾಯ : 65-75 DAT

  • Sakata Emerald Tomato Seeds - Agriplex Sakata Emerald Tomato Seeds - Agriplex

    Sakata Seeds Sakata Emerald Tomato Seeds

    Sakata Emerald Tomato seeds, your key to unlocking a harvest of vibrant, delicious tomatoes! Developed by renowned seed breeder Sakata, these F1 hybrid seeds promise an exceptional experience for both amateur and seasoned gardeners alike.  Benefits:  Early Harvest: Craving homegrown tomatoes sooner? Emerald delivers! Expect juicy fruits within 60-65 days after transplanting, making it ideal for short growing seasons or impatient palates.  Year-Round Bounty: Don't let the seasons dictate your tomato joy. Emerald thrives in both frost-free periods and the monsoon season, offering year-round potential for fresh tomato goodness.  Beauty and Brawn: Emerald tomatoes aren't just tasty, they're a feast for the eyes. Imagine: bright red, blocky fruits with exceptional uniformity and a small, neat attachment point. Perfect for salads, sandwiches, or simply admiring!  Firmness Fit for a King: Travel woes? Bruised tomatoes? Not with Emerald! These beauties boast excellent firmness, making them ideal for long-distance transport and ensuring every fruit reaches your table in pristine condition.  Yield that Impresses: Emerald isn't just about looks; it's a prolific producer. Expect a generous harvest of high-quality fruits, perfect for feeding your family, sharing with friends, or even hitting the local market.  Disease Resistance: Breathe easy knowing your Emerald seedlings are armed against bacterial wilt. This built-in defense gives you peace of mind and potentially higher yields.    Key Features:  For optimal results, follow the recommended planting instructions and provide your Emerald seedlings with well-drained soil, plenty of sunlight, and regular watering.  Consider using companion planting techniques to deter pests and attract beneficial insects.  Pinch off suckers for a bushier plant and potentially higher yields.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of Sakata Emerald Tomato Seeds are about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the Sakata Emerald Tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the Sakata Emerald Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for Sakata Emerald Tomato Seeds variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest Sakata Emerald Tomatoes when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest Sakata Emerald Tomatoes in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep Sakata Emerald Tomatoes out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store Sakata Emerald Tomatoes at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomato are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks.     

  • FITO Sikinder Tomato Seeds - Agriplex FITO Sikinder Tomato Seeds - Agriplex

    Fito Seeds FITO Sikinder Tomato Seeds

    FITO Sikinder Tomato seeds are hybrid warriors bred for victory & powerhouse variety deliver exceptional yields of luscious, deep-red tomatoes ready to conquer your salads, sauces, and hearts.  Benefits:  High yields: Abundant harvest of tomatoes throughout the season.  Large, flavorful fruits: Tomatoes are 100-120 grams each, perfect for various uses.  Long shelf life: Enjoy homegrown tomatoes fresh for days.  Disease resistance: Less need for pesticides and easier maintenance.  Easy to grow: Suitable for both experienced and beginner gardeners.  Sustainable choice: FITO Sikinder's disease resistance reduces the need for harmful chemicals.  Affordable: Enjoy high-quality tomatoes at a reasonable price.    Key Features:  For optimal results, follow the recommended planting instructions and provide your Tomato seedlings with well-drained soil, plenty of sunlight, and regular watering.  Consider using companion planting techniques to deter pests and attract beneficial insects.  Pinch off suckers for a bushier plant and potentially higher yields.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of FITO Sikinder Tomato Seeds are about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the FITO Sikinder Tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the FITO Sikinder Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for FITO Sikinder Tomato Seeds variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest FITO Sikinder Tomatoes when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest FITO Sikinder Tomatoes in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep FITO Sikinder Tomatoes out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store FITO Sikinder Tomatoes at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomato are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks. 

  • Syngenta To-3150 Tomato Seeds - Agriplex Syngenta To-3150 Tomato Seeds

    Syngenta Syngenta To-3150 Tomato Seeds

    Syngenta To-3150 seeds are powerhouse performers that thrive in both Kharif and Rabi seasons, showering you with juicy, delicious rewards.  Benefits:  Yields Like Dynamite: Buckle up for a bounty! To-3150 boasts determinate plants, packing their punch in concentrated clusters. Expect a staggering 25-30 metric tons per acre on average – prepare your baskets!  Fast-Track to Flavor: From seed to succulent in a flash! Harvest juicy, sun-kissed tomatoes in just 55-60 days after transplanting. Savor homegrown goodness all season long!  Beauty Beyond Compare: These aren't just any tomatoes, they're stunners! Picture perfect with a uniform size (70-90 grams each) and an eye-catching oblate-round shape, their vibrant red color will make your mouth water.  Disease-Defying Champions: Worry less, grow more! To-3150 comes armed with natural resistance against Leaf Curl Virus and pesky foliar spots, ensuring your plants thrive without a hitch.  Market-Ready Marvels: Impress the crowd or your own dinner table! These beauties boast a remarkable shelf life, staying fresh and delicious for longer, perfect for sharing (or not!).  Climate Conquerors: No soil is too tough, no season too harsh! To-3150's adaptability makes it a champion across diverse Indian climates and soil conditions.    Key Features:  Explosive Yields: Get ready for baskets overflowing! To-3150 plants are determinate, meaning they pack dense clusters of fruit for an average harvest of 25-30 MT per acre.  Lightning-Fast Maturation: Feast on fresh tomatoes in just 55-60 days after transplanting. Enjoy homegrown goodness throughout the season!  Stunning Visuals: Picture-perfect produce is yours! To-3150 boasts vibrant red, uniform-sized tomatoes (70-90 gm each) with an alluring oblate-round shape.  Disease-Defying Armor: Breathe easy knowing your plants are shielded. To-3150 offers natural resistance to Leaf Curl Virus and foliar spots, ensuring worry-free growth.  Market-Ready Champions: Impress at the market or your dinner table! These beauties have a fantastic shelf life, staying fresh and vibrant longer.  Adaptable All-Stars: Conquer diverse climates and soil conditions. To-3150's resilience makes it perfect for growers across India.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of Syngenta To-3150 Tomato Seeds are about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the Syngenta To-3150 Tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the Syngenta To-3150 Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for Syngenta To-3150 Tomato Seeds variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest Syngenta To-3150 Tomatoes when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest Syngenta To-3150 Tomatoes in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep Syngenta To-3150 Tomatoes out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store Syngenta To-3150 Tomatoes at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomato are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks. 

  • Nunhems Sampurna Tomato Hybrid - 3000 SEEDS - Agriplex Nunhems Sampurna Tomato Hybrid - 3000 SEEDS - Agriplex

    Nunhems Nunhems Sampurna Tomato Hybrid - 3000 SEEDS

    Nunhems Sampurna tomato seeds are a high-yielding, round, hybrid tomato variety that is resistant to the ToLCV virus. It is a semi-determinate variety that grows to a height of about 5 feet. The fruits are firm and have a deep red color when ripe. They are about 80-100 grams in weight.  Sampurna is a good choice for growing in both rainy and summer seasons. It is tolerant to a wide range of soil and climatic conditions. The seeds have a germination rate of over 80%.    Benefits:  High yield  Good quality fruits  Heat tolerant  Disease resistant  Easy to grow    Key Features:  High yield: Nunhems Sampurna Tomato can produce up to 30-40 tons of tomatoes per acre.  Resistance to ToLCV virus: This virus can cause severe damage to tomato crops. Sampurna is resistant to this virus, so you can be confident that your crop will be protected.  Semi-determinate growth habit: This means that the plant will stop growing after a certain point, which makes it easier to harvest.  Firm, deep red fruits: The fruits are firm and have a deep red color when ripe, making them ideal for fresh eating or processing.  Good tolerance to a wide range of soil and climatic conditions: Sampurna can be grown in a variety of soil types and climates.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of Nunhems Sampurna tomato Seeds about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the Nunhems Sampurna Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for the Nunhems Sampurna Tomato variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest Nunhems Sampurna Tomato when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest Nunhems Sampurna Tomato in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep Nunhems Sampurna Tomato out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store Nunhems Sampurna Tomato at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomatoes are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks. 

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  • Synenta Heemsohna Tomato Seeds - 3500 Seeds Synenta Heemsohna Tomato Seeds

    Syngenta Synenta Heemsohna Tomato Seeds

    Syngenta Heemsohna F1 Tomato Seeds High-Yielding Powerhouse for Long-Distance Triumphs, hybrid tomato seeds championing exceptional yield and resilience.  Benefits:  Adaptable Hero: Thrives in diverse growing conditions, making it a reliable choice for various regions and seasons.  Minimal Maintenance: Moderate foliage allows for good air circulation, reducing disease pressure and simplifying upkeep.  Ideal for Commercial Growers: Maximize your profits with Heemsohna F1's exceptional yield potential and resistance to common challenges.    Key Features:  Prolific Productivity: Witness continuous fruit setting, translating into bumper crops of 65-75 days after sowing.  Robust Vigor: Sturdy, tall vines with medium foliage effortlessly hold the bounty, optimizing space and sunlight utilization.  Disease Resistance: Breathe easy knowing Heemsohna F1 stands strong against Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus (TYLCV), a common and damaging threat.  Superior Travel: Worry not about long journeys! These tomatoes possess excellent keeping quality and travel remarkably well, reaching distant markets in prime condition.  Glossy Allure: Feast your eyes (and taste buds) on vibrant red, glossy fruits that are firm and flavorful, perfect for both fresh enjoyment and culinary creations.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of Syngenta Heemsohna F1 Tomato Seeds are about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the Syngenta Heemsohna F1 Tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the Syngenta Heemsohna F1 Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for Syngenta Heemsohna F1 Tomato Seeds variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest Syngenta Heemsohna F1 Tomato Seeds when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest Syngenta Heemsohna F1 Tomato Seeds in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep Syngenta Heemsohna F1 Tomato Seed out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store Syngenta Heemsohna F1 Tomato Seed at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomato are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks. 

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  • East West Ria 834 Tomato Seeds - Agriplex East West Ria 834 Tomato Seeds - Agriplex

    East West East West Ria 834 Tomato Seeds

    East West Ria 834 Tomato seeds are superior variety that is packed with desirable traits, making it a favorite among both home gardeners and commercial growers.  Benefits:  Abundant Yields: Get ready to witness a prolific tomato fiesta! Ria 834 plants produce clusters of uniformly sized, deep red tomatoes weighing 80-90 grams each. Expect a generous harvest within 68-80 days from transplanting.  Ideal for South Indian Climates: Thrive in the warm and dry conditions typical of South Indian states. This variety performs exceptionally well during both summer and rabi seasons.  Disease Resistance: Breathe easy knowing your plants are protected against common tomato ailments like TYLCV (tomato leaf curl virus) and bacterial wilt. This resilience translates to a healthier crop and potentially higher yields.  Semi-determinate Growth Habit: Enjoy manageable vines that require minimal staking. The semi-spreading nature makes Ria 834 perfect for both open field and raised bed cultivation.  Delicious Flavor: Savor the sweet and tangy goodness of Ria 834 tomatoes. These beauties are ideal for fresh salads, sandwiches, sauces, and curries.    Key Features:  Prolific: Expect abundant clusters of uniform-sized tomatoes.  Fruit weight: 80-90 grams each, perfect for versatile use.  Early harvest: Ready to pick in just 68-80 days after transplanting.  Semi-determinate growth habit: Vines spread moderately, requiring minimal staking.  Suitable for: Open field and raised bed cultivation.  Adaptability: Thrives in warm and dry conditions, ideal for South Indian summers and rabi seasons.  TYLCV (tomato leaf curl virus) tolerance: Minimizes risk of a common and damaging viral disease.  Bacterial wilt resistance: Protects against another prevalent tomato ailment.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of East West Ria 834 Tomato Seeds are about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the East West Ria 834 Tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the East West Ria 834 Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for East West Ria 834 Tomato Seeds variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest East West Ria 834 Tomatoes when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest East West Ria 834 Tomatoes in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep East West Ria 834 Tomatoes out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store East West Ria 834 Tomatoes at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomato are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks.     

  • PAN 3682 Spl Hybrid Tomato Seeds (Deep Red, Round) - 10 GM - Agriplex PAN 3682 Spl Hybrid Tomato Seeds (Deep Red, Round) - 10 GM - Agriplex

    PAN PAN 3682 Spl Hybrid Tomato Seeds (Deep Red, Round) - 10 GM

    FITO PAN 3682 Spl Hybrid Tomato Seeds are exceptional seeds that boast high yields of deep red, round tomatoes, perfect for salads, sandwiches, and sauces. Packed with desirable features, they'll make any gardener smile  Benefits:  Unmatched Yield: Experience an explosion of tomatoes! PAN 3682 Spl plants produce abundant clusters of 90-100 gram fruits, ensuring a bountiful harvest throughout the season.  Durable Delight: Forget about mushy tomatoes! These beauties boast extra-firm skin, making them ideal for transportation and storage. Enjoy fresh-picked flavor even days later.  Semi-determinate Growth: Enjoy flexibility in your garden. These medium-vine plants are perfect for staking or letting trail, adapting to various garden setups.  Quick to Please: Harvest your first juicy treasures in just 55-60 days after transplanting. Get a head start on summer salads and savor homegrown goodness sooner.  Disease Resistant: Breathe easy knowing your plants are protected. PAN 3682 Spl offers resistance to common tomato diseases, maximizing your success and harvest.  Key Features:  For optimal results, follow the recommended planting instructions and provide your tomato seedlings with well-drained soil, plenty of sunlight, and regular watering.  Consider using companion planting techniques to deter pests and attract beneficial insects.  Pinch off suckers for a bushier plant and potentially higher yields.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of FITO PAN 3682 Spl Hybrid Tomato Seeds are about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the FITO PAN 3682 Spl Hybrid Tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the FITO PAN 3682 Spl Hybrid Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for FITO PAN 3682 Spl Hybrid Tomato Seeds variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest FITO PAN 3682 Spl Hybrid Tomatoes when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest FITO PAN 3682 Spl Hybrid Tomatoes in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep FITO PAN 3682 Spl Hybrid Tomatoes out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store FITO PAN 3682 Spl Hybrid Tomatoes at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomato are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks.     

  • Nunhems Us 440 Tomato Seeds - Pack of 3000 Seeds - Agriplex Nunhems Us 440 Tomato Seeds - Pack of 3000 Seeds - Agriplex

    Nunhems Nunhems Us 440 Tomato Seeds - Pack of 3000 Seeds

    Nunhems US 440 tomato seeds are the perfect choice for home gardeners and professional growers alike. These versatile seeds produce vigorous plants that thrive in both Kharif and Rabi seasons, offering abundant harvests of juicy, deep red tomatoes.  Benefits:  Prolific Yields: Get ready for a bounty! US 440 plants are determinate, meaning they produce concentrated sets of fruit for a high overall yield.  Early Maturity: Harvest ripe, delicious tomatoes in just 60-65 days after transplanting. Enjoy fresh tomato salads and dishes all season long.  Superb Fruit Quality: Savor the flavor! US 440 tomatoes boast a delightful deep red color, a perfectly balanced sweetness and acidity, and a firm, flat-round shape.  Excellent Disease Resistance: Breathe easy knowing your plants are protected. US 440 features built-in resistance to both Tomato Leaf Curl Virus (TLCV) and heat stress, ensuring healthy growth even in challenging conditions.  Long Shelf Life: Harvest with confidence! US 440 tomatoes have a fantastic shelf life, making them ideal for market growers and those who want to enjoy their homegrown bounty for longer.  Adaptable and Vigorous: These adaptable plants thrive in a variety of climates and soil conditions, making them perfect for growers across India.    Key Features:  Prolific Yields: Get ready for a bounty! US 440 plants are determinate, meaning they produce concentrated sets of fruit for a high overall yield. You can expect to harvest around 70-95 quintals per hectare.  Early Maturity: Harvest ripe, delicious tomatoes in just 60-65 days after transplanting. Enjoy fresh tomato salads and dishes all season long.  Superb Fruit Quality: Savor the flavor! US 440 tomatoes boast a delightful deep red color, a perfectly balanced sweetness and acidity, and a firm, flat-round shape, averaging 80-100 grams each.  Excellent Disease Resistance: Breathe easy knowing your plants are protected. US 440 features built-in resistance to both Tomato Leaf Curl Virus (TLCV) and heat stress, ensuring healthy growth even in challenging conditions.  Long Shelf Life: Harvest with confidence! US 440 tomatoes have a fantastic shelf life, making them ideal for market growers and those who want to enjoy their homegrown bounty for longer.  Adaptable and Vigorous: These adaptable plants thrive in a variety of climates and soil conditions, making them perfect for growers across India.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of Nunhems US 440 Tomato Seeds are about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the Nunhems US 440 Tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the Nunhems US 440 Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for Nunhems US 440 Tomato Seeds variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest Nunhems US 440 Tomatoes when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest Nunhems US 440 Tomatoes in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep Nunhems US 440 Tomatoes out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store Nunhems US 440 Tomatoes at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomato are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks.     

  • Ns 2535 Tomato Seeds - Agriplex Ns 2535 Tomato Seeds - Agriplex

    Namdhari Seeds Ns 2535 Tomato Seeds

    Product Description NS 2535 is a high-yielding, determinate tomato hybrid that is ideal for both fresh market and processing. It produces uniform, oval-shaped fruits with a very attractive red color. The fruits are glossy with an attractive shoulder and super firmness, making them ideal for long-distance shipping and storage. NS 2535 is also resistant to a wide range of diseases, making it a reliable choice for growers. Key Features Determinate hybrid Early maturity High yield Uniform fruits Attractive red color Glossy with an attractive shoulder Super firmness Disease resistant Plant Characteristics Plant habit: Determinate Plant vigor: Medium Maturity: Medium Shoulder color: Uniform green Fruit Characteristics Shape: Oval Weight: 80-90 grams Color: Very attractive red Glossiness: Glossy Shoulder: Attractive Firmness: Super firmness Uses Fresh market Processing Benefits High yield Excellent fruit quality Long-distance shipping and storage Disease resistance Recommendations NS 2535 is a versatile tomato hybrid that is well-suited for a wide range of climates and growing conditions. It is recommended for both commercial and home growers. NS 2535 should be planted in full sun and well-drained soil. Plants should be spaced 18-24 inches apart. Water plants regularly, especially during hot, dry weather. Fertilize plants every 4-6 weeks.

  • Nunhems Tomato Aahan - 3000 SEEDS - Agriplex Nunhems Tomato Aahan - 3000 SEEDS - Agriplex

    Nunhems Nunhems Tomato Aahan - 3000 SEEDS

    Nunhems Tomato Aahan is a high-yielding, hybrid tomato variety that is well-suited for cultivation in India. It is a semi-determinate plant that produces large, flat-round tomatoes that are deep red. The fruits are firm and have a good shelf life. Aahan is a heat-tolerant variety that can be grown in a variety of climates. It is also resistant to several tomato diseases, making it a reliable choice for growers.   Benefits:  High yield  Good quality fruits  Heat tolerant  Disease resistant  Easy to grow  Key Features:  High yield  Large, flat-round fruits  Deep red color  Firm flesh  Good shelf life  Heat tolerant  Disease resistant      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of Nunhems Tomato Aahan Seeds about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the Nunhems Tomato Aahan seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the Nunhems Tomato Aahan seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.   Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for this variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest Nunhems Tomato Aahan when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest Nunhems Tomato Aahan in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep Nunhems Tomato Aahan out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store Nunhems Tomato Aahan at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomatoes are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks. 

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  • Nunhems Rakshak Tomato Seeds - Pack of 3000 Seeds - Agriplex Nunhems Rakshak Tomato Seeds - Pack of 3000 Seeds - Agriplex

    Nunhems Nunhems Rakshak Tomato Seeds - Pack of 3000 Seeds

    Nunhems Rakshak is a semi-determinate tomato powerhouse bred to shield you from yield stress and shower you with juicy rewards.  Benefits:  Increased Profits: Rakshak's bumper crop of firm, marketable tomatoes translate to higher profits and satisfied customers.  Reduced Risk: Disease resistance and strong vines minimize losses due to pests and harsh weather, protecting your precious investment.  Efficient Growth: Rakshak's rapid maturity (65-70 days) allows for multiple harvests in a season, maximizing your land's potential.  Transportation-Friendly: Worry not about bruised or damaged fruit! Rakshak's firmness ensures your precious harvest reaches the market in pristine condition.  Reputation Booster: Delivering consistently high-quality, delicious tomatoes builds trust and loyalty among your customers, solidifying your reputation as a reliable supplier.    Key Features:  Unmatched productivity: Brace yourself for a bumper crop! Rakshak boasts high yields with uniform, medium-sized fruits (80-90g) reaching maturity in just 65-70 days after transplanting. Get ready to harvest basketfuls of deliciousness!  Built for strength: Rakshak's vigorous vines stand tall, refusing to bow down to challenging conditions. Their semi-determinate growth habit offers exceptional flexibility, thriving in both open fields and greenhouses.  Disease-defying defender: Say goodbye to tomato leaf curl virus (ToLCV) anxieties! Rakshak is armed with natural resistance to this common enemy, ensuring your precious plants stay healthy and productive.  Firmness that takes center stage: Forget mushy disappointment! Rakshak's fruits boast remarkable firmness, making them ideal for market sales, long-distance transport, and delightful slicing in your salads.  A flavor that shines: But Rakshak is more than just a pretty face (or, well, fruit). These beauties deliver a balanced sweetness and acidity, making them perfect for fresh eating, sauces, and even juicing.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of Nunhems Rakshak Tomato Seeds are about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the Nunhems Rakshak Tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the Nunhems Rakshak Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for Nunhems Rakshak Tomato Seeds variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest Nunhems Rakshak Tomatoes when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest Nunhems Rakshak Tomatoes in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep Nunhems Rakshak Tomatoes out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store Nunhems Rakshak Tomatoes at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomato are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks. 

  • Sarpan Tomato-801 Seeds - Agriplex Sarpan Tomato-801 Seeds - 10 GM

    Sarpan Seeds Sarpan Tomato-801 Seeds

    Sarpan 801 Tomato Seeds is a High-Yielding Hybrid tomato variety that delivers not just bountiful harvests, but also extended profitability and resilience. This hybrid seed boasts exceptional yields, unmatched shelf life, and a season that stretches for an unbelievable six months.    Benefits:  Long-Lasting Productivity:  6-month crop duration: Experience consistent harvests for half a year, minimizing reliance on short-term market cycles and maximizing income potential.  Extended picking window: Each plant continuously sets fruits throughout the season, allowing for multiple harvests and increased yield.  Exceptional Fruit Quality:  Large, uniform fruits: Expect consistent size and weight (90-110g) in each cluster of 7-9 tomatoes, maximizing marketability and visual appeal.  Firm texture and vibrant red color: Consumers will be drawn to the eye-catching appearance and superior quality, fetching premium prices.  Excellent shelf life: Enjoy a 9-day post-harvest window, minimizing spoilage and transportation losses, and enabling long-distance market reach.    Key Features:    Climate chameleon: From scorching summers to cooler months, Sarpan Tomato-801 thrives in diverse environments, guaranteeing year-round harvest stability.  Leaf curl fighter: Highly tolerant to this common tomato disease, reducing reliance on chemical treatments and promoting sustainable farming practices.  All-season performer: Plant with confidence anytime, making the most of your growing season, regardless of the calendar.  Versatile growing: Open fields or greenhouses, Sarpan Tomato-801 adapts to your space and resources, offering flexibility for your farming needs.  Low maintenance: Strong plant vigor and disease resistance mean less time spent on upkeep and more time enjoying the fruits (literally) of your labor.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of Sarpan 801 Tomato Seeds are about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the Sarpan 801 Tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the Sarpan 801 Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for Sarpan 801 Tomato Seeds variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest Sarpan 801 Tomatoes when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest Sarpan 801 Tomatoes in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep Sarpan 801 Tomatoes out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store Sarpan 801 Tomatoes at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomato are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks.     

  • Nunhems US 1143 Hybrid Tomato - 3000SEEDS - Agriplex Nunhems US 1143 Hybrid Tomato - 3000SEEDS - Agriplex

    Nunhems Nunhems US 1143 Hybrid Tomato - 3000SEEDS

    Nunhems US 1143 Hybrid Tomato Seeds are a high-yielding variety that is perfect for home gardens and commercial growers alike. These seeds produce large, square-round tomatoes that are deep red and weigh 90-100 grams each. The fruits have excellent firmness and shelf life, making them ideal for fresh eating, canning, and juicing.   Benefits:  High yields: These plants produce an abundance of large, flavorful tomatoes throughout the season.  Disease resistant: US 1143 is resistant to some common tomato diseases, including leaf curl virus.  Good fruit quality: The tomatoes are firm, flavorful, and have a long shelf life.  Adaptable: This variety is suitable for growing in a wide range of climates and soil conditions.  Semi-determinate growth habit: This means that the plants will grow to a certain height and then stop, making them ideal for staking or trellising.   Key Features:  Plant Type: Semi-determinate - This means the plants will grow to a certain height and then stop, making them ideal for staking or trellising.  Fruit Size: 90-100 grams - Each tomato will weigh between 90 and 100 grams, providing a good yield of medium-sized fruits.  Fruit Color: Deep red - The tomatoes have a vibrant and appealing deep red color, making them perfect for salads and fresh eating.  Days to Maturity: 70-75 days - These tomatoes mature relatively quickly, allowing you to enjoy fresh homegrown produce within a few months of planting.  Disease Resistance: Leaf curl virus - US 1143 is resistant to leaf curl virus, a common disease that can devastate tomato crops.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of Nunhems US 1143 Hybrid Tomato Seeds about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the Nunhems US 1143 Hybrid Tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the Nunhems US 1143 Hybrid Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.   Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for Nunhems US 1143 Hybrid Tomato variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.   Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest Nunhems US 1143 Hybrid Tomato when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest Nunhems US 1143 Hybrid Tomato in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep Nunhems US 1143 Hybrid Tomato out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store Nunhems US 1143 Hybrid Tomato at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomato are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks. 

  • RZ F1 (72-197) Cherry Tomato Seeds - 1000 SEEDS - Agriplex RZ F1 (72-197) Cherry Tomato Seeds - 1000 SEEDS - Agriplex

    Rijk Zwaan RZ F1 (72-197) Cherry Tomato Seeds - 1000 SEEDS

    RZ F1 (72-197) Cherry Tomato Seeds are vigorous plants that produce an abundance of sweet, 18–25-gram tomatoes perfect for snacking, salads, and sauces.  Benefits:  Indeterminate and prolific: These vigorous plants keep churning out clusters of bright red, round tomatoes throughout the season, ensuring a bountiful harvest for weeks to come.  Perfect size for snacking and salads: Each cherry tomato weighs around 14-16 grams, ideal for popping in your mouth, adding to salads, or skewering for colorful appetizers.  Uniformly delicious: Forget misshapen fruits! RZ F1 Cherry Tomatoes boasts consistent sizing and smooth, crack-resistant skin, guaranteeing picture-perfect tomatoes every time.  Open and vigorous plants: These well-ventilated plants resist disease naturally and allow for easy light penetration, promoting optimal fruit development.  Early and consistent yields: Enjoy juicy cherry tomatoes sooner than expected with their impressive early yields and sustained production throughout the season.  Strong against common diseases: RZ F1 Cherry Tomatoes resists ToMV:0-2/Fo, giving you peace of mind and reducing the need for harsh chemical treatments  Key Features:  Flavorful: Indulge in the rich, balanced sweetness of these bite-sized beauties. RZ F1 tomatoes are renowned for their exceptional taste, sure to tantalize your taste buds.  Prolific: Get ready for a harvest like no other! These high-yielding plants produce clusters of tomatoes throughout the season, extending your enjoyment.  Vigorous: Grow with confidence. RZ F1 seeds germinate quickly and boast strong vines that thrive in open field conditions.  Adaptable: Enjoy a versatile tomato that performs well in diverse climates and soil types.  Disease-resistant: Say goodbye to worry. RZ F1 seeds are treated to resist common tomato diseases, ensuring a healthier crop.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of RZ F1 (72-197) Cherry Tomato Seeds are about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the RZ F1 (72-197) Cherry Tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the RZ F1 (72-197) Cherry Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.   Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for RZ F1 (72-197) Cherry Tomato Seeds variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest RZ F1 (72-197) Cherry Tomatoes when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest RZ F1 (72-197) Cherry Tomatoes in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep RZ F1 (72-197) Cherry Tomatoes out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store RZ F1 (72-197) Cherry Tomatoes at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomato are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks. 

  • VNR 3348 Tomato - 10 GM - Agriplex VNR 3348 Tomato - 10 GM

    VNR Seeds VNR 3348 Tomato - 10 GM

    VNR 3348 tomato seeds are an F1 hybrid variety that combines the best of both worlds, desi-type flavor with exceptional yield and disease resistance.    Benefits:  Boasting Bountiful Harvests:  Heavy fruit set: Get ready for a prolific crop of 80-90 gram tomatoes with each plant.  Fast turnaround: Enjoy your first juicy harvest just 60-65 days after transplanting.  Multi-seasonal: Thrive in Kharif, Rabi, and Summer seasons, making VNR 3348 a year-round companion.  Flavorful Desi Charm:  Green shoulder, flat-round shape: These tomatoes are not just beauties, they offer a classic desi taste perfect for curries, salads, and sandwiches.  Slightly sour notes: Add a delightful tang to your dishes, making VNR 3348 a versatile culinary choice.    Key Features:    Effortless Growth:  Semi-determinate growth habit: Requires minimal staking and adapts well to diverse growing conditions.  Wide adaptability: Thrives in a range of regions, from Uttar Pradesh to Kerala.  Disease resistance: Built-in resilience against common tomato ailments for a stress-free growing experience.  More Than Just a Seed:  VNR Seeds quality: Trust the expertise of a leading seed company for consistent performance and high germination rates.  Pocket-friendly: Enjoy cost-effective packs to suit your garden's needs.  So, ditch the store-bought tomatoes and cultivate your own desi delight with VNR 3348! Order your pack today and watch your garden burst with flavor and freshness.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of VNR 3348 Tomato Seeds are about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the VNR 3348 Tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the VNR 3348 Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for VNR 3348 Tomato Seeds variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest VNR 3348 Tomatoes when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest VNR 3348 Tomatoes in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep VNR 3348 Tomatoes out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store VNR 3348 Tomatoes at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomato are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks.     

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FAQs on Tomato Seeds

Planting and Germination:

  1. When to start tomato seeds indoors? This depends on your climate and desired harvest time. Generally, you'll want to start seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost date.
  2. How long do tomato seeds take to germinate? Tomato seeds typically germinate within 7-10 days under ideal conditions (warmth, moisture, light).
  3. What kind of soil is best for starting tomato seeds? Use a well-draining, seed-starting mix for optimal germination.
  4. How often should I water tomato seedlings? Water when the top inch of soil feels dry to the touch, but avoid overwatering.

Plant Care and Harvest:

  1. How much sun do tomato plants need? Tomato plants thrive in full sun, at least 6-8 hours per day.
  2. How to transplant tomato seedlings outdoors? Harden off your seedlings gradually before transplanting them to your garden. This helps them adjust to outdoor conditions.
  3. How long does it take for tomatoes to grow? Depending on the variety, tomatoes can take anywhere from 50-80 days (from seed) to mature and be ready for harvest.
  4. How to harvest tomatoes? Pick tomatoes when they reach their full color and have a slight give when gently squeezed.

Seed Selection:

  1. What are the different types of tomato seeds (heirloom, hybrid, organic)? Heirloom varieties are open-pollinated with unique characteristics, hybrids offer high yields and disease resistance, and organic seeds come from plants grown without synthetic pesticides or fertilizers.
  2. What are some popular tomato varieties? Cherry tomatoes, beefsteak tomatoes, roma tomatoes, and slicing tomatoes are all popular choices for home gardeners.

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