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Tomato Oval Seeds

Also known with these names

Tamatar

60 Price inclusive of all taxes
Tomato Oval
  • Tomato Oval
  • Tomato Oval Seeds
60 Price inclusive of all taxes

Tomato Oval Seeds

Tamatar
60 Price inclusive of all taxes

1 packet contains 100 seeds

Free Shipping and 3 free samples on every order
Ships in 3 days
Tomato Oval Seeds - is currently on backorder. You may still purchase now though and we'll ship as soon as more become available.
Specifications

Seed Type : Non-Hybrid, Open Pollinated and Non-GMO

Plant: Determinate, good foliage

Fruit type : Shape is oval, uniform in shape and size,skin firm, red with slight green tinge at shoulders, glossy

Average Weight : 90-100 gms

First Picking : After 65-70 days from transplanting.

Specification : Tolerant to bacterial wilt and leaf curl, performs well round the year.

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Specifications

Seed Type : Non-Hybrid, Open Pollinated and Non-GMO

Plant: Determinate, good foliage

Fruit type : Shape is oval, uniform in shape and size,skin firm, red with slight green tinge at shoulders, glossy

Average Weight : 90-100 gms

First Picking : After 65-70 days from transplanting.

Specification : Tolerant to bacterial wilt and leaf curl, performs well round the year.

How to Grow?

  • SOWING
    TIME

    Aug - Nov (or as per your local climatic conditions).

  • Sowing
    Distance

    Plant to plant - 1'
    Line to line - 2.5'

  • Fruit
    Weight

    90-100 gms

  • Fruit
    Shape

    Oval

  • Days to
    maturity

    65-70 days from transplanting

The oval variety of tomato is also called the plum tomato because of its shape and a slight variation in taste. Plum tomatoes are considered to be a bit more acidic in taste than the commonly found round variety. The plum tomato variety is obtained by cross-breeding and are often used for making sauces because of their acerbic flavor. This variety is also known as a processing tomato or paste tomato because of their dominant usage in salsas and other kinds of sauces. The popular varieties of Plum tomato in the markets are San Marzano and Roma FV. The best part about Plum Tomatoes is that they have less locules or seed compartments than their regular counterparts and hence are more fleshly in nature. Tomatoes, maybe, on account of their popularity in the region have a long association with Italy. In fact some believe that the Plum tomato variety is a result of Italian's obsession with tomatoes. However, officially tomatoes originated in the Andes that is Peru, Bolivia, Chile, and Ecuador. Aztecs and Incas have been credited with their cultivation but now the tomatoes - both plum or rounded can be found anywhere in the world.
Their popularity is much due to their tanginess as much as it is due to their nutritive values. Plum tomatoes are extremely rich in Vitamin C, folate, antioxidants (lycopene being the most abundant), and low in cholesterol, fat, and unwanted calories. Including tomatoes in your diet can help maintain the body's defense against cancer, strokes, and high blood pressure. So we recommend that you must make them a part of your vegetable garden and enjoy a healthy produce after every harvesting! Shop the pure, non-hybrid , and traditionally grown seeds from All That Grows.
Growing guide for Tomato Oval Seeds

Planting instructions

Sow seeds indoors 6 to 8 weeks before the tether end of the winter-spring.

Two weeks before transplanting seedlings outdoors, till the soil to about 1 foot and mix in aged manure, compost, or fertilizer. Harden off transplants for a week before planting them outside. Transplant after the last spring frost when the ground is warm.

Establish tomato cages in the ground at the time of founding. Support is recommended.

Plant seedlings two feet apart.

Pinch off a few lower branches of the transplants, and plant the root ball deep enough so that the remaining lowest leaves are barely above the surface of ground.

Growing Requirements

watering

Water thoroughly to encourage the tomato roots to look for water and nutrients deep in the ground. When watering, soak the soil to a depth of at least 6 to 8 inches.

pests

The pests that attack tomatoes might cause symptoms like chewed stem, defoliation, holes in leaves etc. Main pests which prove harmful to the plant are: Aphids, Flea Beetles, Tomato Hornworm, Whiteflies, Blossom-End Rot, Late Blight, Mosaic Virus.

pests

The pests that attack tomatoes might cause symptoms like chewed stem, defoliation, holes in leaves etc. Main pests which prove harmful to the plant are: Aphids, Flea Beetles, Tomato Hornworm, Whiteflies, Blossom-End Rot, Late Blight, Mosaic Virus.

soil

Tomatoes like a well drained, deep and loamy (rich with sand, silt and clay) soil with a pH ranging between 6.0 to 6.8

spot

Tomatoes need a minimum of 6 hours of sun to produce fruit, but 8 or more hours of sun will produce the best results.

temperature

Tomatoes need consistent night temperatures between 12 degree Celsius and 24 C (55°F and 75°F) to set fruit. Fruit will not colour properly when night temperatures stay above 29 C (85°F), and plants will cease growing when temperatures go above 35 C (95°F).

temperature

Tomatoes need consistent night temperatures between 12 degree Celsius and 24 C (55°F and 75°F) to set fruit. Fruit will not colour properly when night temperatures stay above 29 C (85°F), and plants will cease growing when temperatures go above 35 C (95°F).

watering

Water thoroughly to encourage the tomato roots to look for water and nutrients deep in the ground. When watering, soak the soil to a depth of at least 6 to 8 inches.

how to harvest

Leave your tomatoes on the vine for as long as possible. If a tomato falls off before they are ripe, place them in a paper bag with the stalk up and store them in a cool, gloomy spot. Never place tomatoes on a sunny windowsill to ripen; they may rot before they are ripe!

The perfect tomato for picking will be solid and very cherry in gloss, regardless of size, with maybe some yellow remaining around the shank. A ripe tomato will be only slightly soft.

Never refrigerate fresh tomatoes. Doing so spoils the texture that makes up that garden tomato taste.

To freeze, core fresh, unblemished tomatoes and put the entire produce in freezer bags or containers. Seal tightly, label, and freeze. The peels will slide away when they defrost.

You can harvest seeds from some tomato varieties.

  • SOWING
    TIME

    Aug - Nov (or as per your local climatic conditions).

  • Sowing
    Distance

    Plant to plant - 1'
    Line to line - 2.5'

  • Fruit
    Weight

    90-100 gms

  • Fruit
    Shape

    Oval

  • Days to
    maturity

    65-70 days from transplanting

The oval variety of tomato is also called the plum tomato because of its shape and a slight variation in taste. Plum tomatoes are considered to be a bit more acidic in taste than the commonly found round variety. The plum tomato variety is obtained by cross-breeding and are often used for making sauces because of their acerbic flavor. This variety is also known as a processing tomato or paste tomato because of their dominant usage in salsas and other kinds of sauces. The popular varieties of Plum tomato in the markets are San Marzano and Roma FV. The best part about Plum Tomatoes is that they have less locules or seed compartments than their regular counterparts and hence are more fleshly in nature. Tomatoes, maybe, on account of their popularity in the region have a long association with Italy. In fact some believe that the Plum tomato variety is a result of Italian's obsession with tomatoes. However, officially tomatoes originated in the Andes that is Peru, Bolivia, Chile, and Ecuador. Aztecs and Incas have been credited with their cultivation but now the tomatoes - both plum or rounded can be found anywhere in the world.
Their popularity is much due to their tanginess as much as it is due to their nutritive values. Plum tomatoes are extremely rich in Vitamin C, folate, antioxidants (lycopene being the most abundant), and low in cholesterol, fat, and unwanted calories. Including tomatoes in your diet can help maintain the body's defense against cancer, strokes, and high blood pressure. So we recommend that you must make them a part of your vegetable garden and enjoy a healthy produce after every harvesting! Shop the pure, non-hybrid , and traditionally grown seeds from All That Grows.
Growing guide for Tomato Oval Seeds

Planting instructions

Sow seeds indoors 6 to 8 weeks before the tether end of the winter-spring.

Two weeks before transplanting seedlings outdoors, till the soil to about 1 foot and mix in aged manure, compost, or fertilizer. Harden off transplants for a week before planting them outside. Transplant after the last spring frost when the ground is warm.

Establish tomato cages in the ground at the time of founding. Support is recommended.

Plant seedlings two feet apart.

Pinch off a few lower branches of the transplants, and plant the root ball deep enough so that the remaining lowest leaves are barely above the surface of ground.

Growing Requirements

watering

Water thoroughly to encourage the tomato roots to look for water and nutrients deep in the ground. When watering, soak the soil to a depth of at least 6 to 8 inches.

pests

The pests that attack tomatoes might cause symptoms like chewed stem, defoliation, holes in leaves etc. Main pests which prove harmful to the plant are: Aphids, Flea Beetles, Tomato Hornworm, Whiteflies, Blossom-End Rot, Late Blight, Mosaic Virus.

pests

The pests that attack tomatoes might cause symptoms like chewed stem, defoliation, holes in leaves etc. Main pests which prove harmful to the plant are: Aphids, Flea Beetles, Tomato Hornworm, Whiteflies, Blossom-End Rot, Late Blight, Mosaic Virus.

soil

Tomatoes like a well drained, deep and loamy (rich with sand, silt and clay) soil with a pH ranging between 6.0 to 6.8

spot

Tomatoes need a minimum of 6 hours of sun to produce fruit, but 8 or more hours of sun will produce the best results.

temperature

Tomatoes need consistent night temperatures between 12 degree Celsius and 24 C (55°F and 75°F) to set fruit. Fruit will not colour properly when night temperatures stay above 29 C (85°F), and plants will cease growing when temperatures go above 35 C (95°F).

temperature

Tomatoes need consistent night temperatures between 12 degree Celsius and 24 C (55°F and 75°F) to set fruit. Fruit will not colour properly when night temperatures stay above 29 C (85°F), and plants will cease growing when temperatures go above 35 C (95°F).

watering

Water thoroughly to encourage the tomato roots to look for water and nutrients deep in the ground. When watering, soak the soil to a depth of at least 6 to 8 inches.

how to harvest

Leave your tomatoes on the vine for as long as possible. If a tomato falls off before they are ripe, place them in a paper bag with the stalk up and store them in a cool, gloomy spot. Never place tomatoes on a sunny windowsill to ripen; they may rot before they are ripe!

The perfect tomato for picking will be solid and very cherry in gloss, regardless of size, with maybe some yellow remaining around the shank. A ripe tomato will be only slightly soft.

Never refrigerate fresh tomatoes. Doing so spoils the texture that makes up that garden tomato taste.

To freeze, core fresh, unblemished tomatoes and put the entire produce in freezer bags or containers. Seal tightly, label, and freeze. The peels will slide away when they defrost.

You can harvest seeds from some tomato varieties.

Disclaimer:

The productiveness of any seed we sell is subject to your local climatic conditions*, the sowing method you adopt, and your commitment to the planting process. We give no warranty, expressed or implied, and are in no way responsible for the produce.

Please note that all our seasonal recommendations/ sowing information is as per the local climatic conditions. *For more information on the optimum conditions required for growing seeds in your region, please contact us at, hello@allthatgrows.in or Whatsapp us at, 8968675588

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