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  1. 0950304UM (Untreated, Pellet)

    Suitable for Southeast U.S. region. Strong vines with firm fruit. Sets good sized fruit on both top and bottom of plant.
  2. 0950337UM (Untreated, Pellet)

    Great eating quality! Good plant coverage, significantly low incidence of environmental factors such as gray wall and blotchiness. Proven gassing capabilities.

    Disease Resistant Codes Va Vd Fol TYLCV

  3. 0950277U (Untreated)

    Good setting ability with 15-30 fruits per cluster. Round, firm, shiny red color and fantastic flavor. High in both sugars and lycopene.

    Disease Resistant Codes ToMV

  4. 0950278U (Untreated)

    Excellent, uniform size and shape with good firmness. Very strong bush with good cover.

    Disease Resistant Codes TSWV V

  5. 0950322UM (Untreated, Pellet)

    A determinate hot set grape that produces heavy concentrated yields of very firm fruit with great shelf life.

    Disease Resistant Codes TSWV Fol

  6. 0950350EM (Primed, Pellet)

    Strong plant with an extensive disease package. Firm fruit with deep red color make it excellent for vine ripe and mature green markets.
  7. 0950040U (Untreated)

    Vigorous growing, very small blossom end scar. Medium-short internodes. Green shoulders.
  8. 0950201U (Untreated)

    Red and yellow skin and flesh color. Huge fruit, fruity flavor, beautiful sliced. Ripens August and September in the North.
  9. 0950223U (Untreated)

    An heirloom from the Amana Colonies in Iowa. The bright orange, very meaty fruit are known for their wonderful, yet mild, flavor and high yields.
  10. 0950341EM (Primed, Pellet)

    Featuring excellent size, yield and quality blossom ends. Produces deep oblate, smooth, uniform fruit on a vigorous plant.

    Disease Resistant Codes ToMV TSWV V Aal Fol Ss TYLCV

  11. 0940031U (Untreated)

    Smooth, firm fruits on compact plants.

    Disease Resistant Codes Va Vd Aal Fol

  12. 0950015U (Untreated)

    Small yellow fruit, mild flavor.
  13. 0950304U (Untreated)

    Suitable for Southeast U.S. region. Strong vines with firm fruit. Sets good sized fruit on both top and bottom of plant.

    Disease Resistant Codes TSWV Fol


  14. Golden grape tomato with excellent flavor. Vigorous plant, great fruit set, and high yields. Excellent cracking resistance and outstanding shelf life.

    Disease Resistant Codes Fol

  15. 0950221M (Pellet)

    Very unique appearance with desirable size, shape, color, and flavor. High in sugars and lycopene for sweet taste and health benefits.

  16. Large fruit remain green when ripe! A hint of yellow and pink blush on blossom end tell you these delicious, sweet, spicy tomatoes are ready to pick.
  17. 0950361UM (Untreated, Pellet)

    Excellent fruit quality! Attractive, smooth, uniform fruit with high yields. Good plant vigor, cover, and concentrated set. Wide adaptability and consistent performance. Added value through resistance to TSWV and Fusarium race 3.
  18. 0940013U (Untreated)

    An early slicer tomato that produces well throughout the season.
  19. 0950094UM (Untreated, Pellet)

    A better choice in the Southeast with Fol(1,2,3) and For resistance. Uniform green shoulders and tight blossom ends. Outstanding yields.

    Disease Resistant Codes Va Vd For Fol Ss

  20. 0950212UM (Untreated, Pellet)

    TSWV resistant version of Mountain Spring. Developed by NCSU. It produces mostly large and extra large fruit with refined blossom end and smooth shoulders.

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