£2.75

Tomato Buffalosteak disease resistant 10 seeds
[VEG285]

Tomato Buffalosteak disease resistant 10 seeds
Fruits are large, bright red, flattened and slightly ribbed, flesh is very meaty with few seeds. Earlier than Supersteak, very productive F1 beefsteak variety, fruits weigh 350 to 700g and easy to grow, resistant to main diseases. Ideal for slicing tomato and mixed salads, try it on a burger or grilled on the BBQ. Indeterminate (cordon)

£2.75


General Information
lycopersicon lycopersicum General Sowing information: Sow from late winter to early spring, approx 8 weeks before last frosts in your area sow at 20C just covering seed. Transplanting - heated greenhouse planting up in mid February, cool greenhouse plant up mid spring, outdoors early June after all risk of frost has passed. Transplant at 2 pairs of leaves to 7cm pots. Grow on and transplant into greenhouse border/pots or growbags. Sow seed for outdoor tomato in March-April transplant to 7cm pots and grow on, planting out after last frost. Feed after first truss has set and pinch out side shoots on indeterminate plants (cordon). Grow in greenhouse, plastic tunnel or outdoors in warm areas.