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Belle 162

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Weight: 15-20 g
Color: red
Fruit: Plant has indeterminate habit, easy to grow and prolific. Leaves are medium size. Resistant to TMV and Fusarium wilt, firm and good taste
Maturity: It can be harvested in 80-85 days from sowing
Remarks: tomato, cherry type

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Product Description

Weight: 15-20 g
Color: red
Fruit: Plant has indeterminate habit, easy to grow and prolific. Leaves are medium size. Resistant to TMV and Fusarium wilt, firm and good taste
Maturity: It can be harvested in 80-85 days from sowing
Remarks: tomato, cherry type

 

TOMATO FACTS: Tomato, any fruit of the numerous cultivated varieties of Lycopersicon esculentum, a plant of the nightshade family (Solanaceae); also, the fruit of L. pimpinelli folium, the tiny currant tomato. Tomato plants are generally much branched, spreading 60-180 cm (24-72 inches) and recumbent when fruiting, but a few forms are compact and upright. Leaves are more or less hairy, strongly odorous, pinnately compound, and grow up to 45 cm long. The flowers are yellow, 2 cm across, pendant, and clustered. Fruits vary in diameter from 1.5 to 7.5 cm or more and are usually red, scarlet, or yellow; they vary in shape from almost spherical through oval and elongate to pear-shaped. The fruit is a soft, succulent berry, containing two to many cells of small seeds surrounded by jellylikepulp. Most of the tomato’s vitamin C is found in this pulp. The tomato is used raw in salads, served as a cooked vegetable, used as an ingredient of various prepared dishes, and pickled.

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