Crown F1 Tomato seeds
Crown F1 tomato seeds are a must-have for any tomato enthusiast. This high-yielding, disease-resistant hybrid produces medium-sized, blocky-round fruits that are firm, flavorful, and perfect for salads, sauces, and canning. With a determinate growth habit, they are ideal for containers and smaller gardens, and their early maturity (65-70 days) means you can enjoy delicious homegrown tomatoes sooner than ever. Crown F1 tomato plants are also resistant to bacterial and fusarium wilt, reducing the need for pesticides and making them a healthy and sustainable choice.
Advantages of Products
- Determinate hybrid tomato
- Blocky-round fruits
- Medium-sized (200g)
- Early maturity (65-70 days)
- Excellent shelf life
Growing Crown Tomatoes: A Step-by-Step Guide
Plant tomatoes in cocopeat/seed starting mix-filled seedling trays.
Plant one seed in each hole, 12 inches deep.
A bright window or fluorescent lights positioned approximately 2 inches (5 cm) above the plants are both good places to start seeds.
Till seeds begin to sprout, keep cocopeat and seed starting mix gently moist.
At 75°F (24°C), germination takes 5 to 7 days.
Seedlings can be transplanted to the field around two weeks after germination.
Plant seedlings may receive direct sunshine since tomatoes require around 8 hours of sunlight per day.
Less than 50°F (10°C) is too cold for plants to flourish.
A tomato transplant should be planted deeper in the garden than it was in the seedling tray. Up until the top two sets of leaves on the stem, remove the lower leaves. bury the stem up to the top two leaf sets. The buried stem will produce new roots. Plants will be more resilient if stems are buried when transplanting.
Transplanted seedlings should be watered.
The planting distance for seedlings should be 24 inches (61 cm).