Beefsteak Tomato Seeds
Beefsteak Tomato Seeds (62-100 days)
Beefsteak tomato has vigorous indeterminate vines that will need to be staked to hold the HUGE 10 oz to 2 lb tomatoes. Even though the fruits are so large, Beefsteak is still an abundant producer. Beefsteak tomato is flat, solid, meaty, juicy and bright red. Beefsteak does not disappoint hardcore tomato lovers. Beefsteak makes an excellent slicer. This tomato I'm told, has a rich sub-acid flavor.
Remember, you must support this vigorous tomato bush. I still rip up old sheets into 1-inch strips to tie my beefsteak tomatoes up. Something my grandmother taught me long ago. A string will cut into the stem and cages rarely hold big beautiful plants like this. Use sturdy stakes and tie your tomato vines up with your strips.
Beefsteak Tomato is recommended by the Following State Universities or Ag Extension Offices as a variety that performs well for their region. FL
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