Sativa Seeds from Italy (GMO-FREE DECLARATION)
Tomatoes are one of the most famous plants around the world, it is versatile and used in many ways, in addition to its nutritional and economical importance as a fruit. Have you ever wondered how to grow a tomato plant and get those delicious fruits by yourself?
Here you can use Harraz Farm and Garden premium products that are selected carefully for you.
Therefore, we are plesed to take you on a quick tour around the tomato’s life and explain how to grow them by yourself using seeds, simply by using Harraz farm and Garden’s experience and growing guidelines.
Luther tomato is an indeterminate hybrid fruit and has a dark red color. It has an early cycle, for both tunnels and open field productions. The fruit is round and weighs an average of 21 grams. It turns from chocolate to dark red when ripening. Luther tomatoes can be harvested in clusters (on average 12 fruits per cluster). The plant is compact, vigorous, with medium foliage and has a Brix of 8.5° / 9°
And in the following we will show how this variety can give you one of the best cultivation methods due to its resistance to many agricultural pests and diseases such as:
Fol 0: (Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. lycopersici) – Highly resistant
Fol 1: (Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. lycopersici) – Highly resistant
Va: (Verticillium albo-atrum race 0) – Highly resistant
Vd: (Verticillium dahliae race 0) – Highly resistant
ToMV: (Tomato Mosaic Virus) – Highly resistant
Ma: Meloidogyne arenaria (Root-knot nematode) Intermediate Resistance
Mi: Meloidogyne incognita (Root-knot nematode) Intermediate Resistance
Mj: Meloidogyne javanica (Root-knot nematode) Intermediate Resistance