Prolific crop on tall vines producing large fruits with old-time tomato flavour. Highly disease resistant (VFN amongst others), sets fruit even in cool, wet weather.
How To Grow:
Sow late Winters through to early Summer – all year round in frost free areas. Sow 5mm deep in pots or trays of seed raising mix compost, or direct to final growing position. Transfer to final fruiting position when sturdy enough. Water well and feed regulary when the first truss has set. Pinch out side shoots as they appear. Reqires staking. Seedlings emerge 7-14 days.
When To Plant:
South Island: Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec
North Island: Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec