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🍅The Brandywine tomato is an amazing plant! This tomato is considered one of the best tasting tomatoes because of its rich flavor, creamy texture, and beautiful appearance! Extra-large brandy tomatoes, weighing a pound or more each! The meat is rich and almost seedless, making it ideal for slicing and canning as well as trying it in salads and using in sandwiches. Its plump flesh and attractive color make it an excellent choice for slicing, perfect in colorful salads or used in rich-flavored sandwiches.🍅
🌼Days to Germinate: 7-14
Days to Harvest: 80
Germination Rate: 92%
Test Date: 10/23
Growth Habit: Varies
USDA Zones: 3-12
Sunlight: Full sun, part shade
Choose an area with heavy, well-draining soil that receives at least 6 hours of sunlight each day. Several weeks before planting, prepare dig or plow the soil 8-10 inches deep and rake up several times to break up large clods. Work the soil when it is dry enough to not stick to garden tools. You may optionally spread 2-3 inches of organic material, such as manure, compost, peat moss, or rotted hay and mix into the top 4-6 inches of soil.
🍀Planting:Try not to plant seeds until the soil warms in the spring and all danger of frost is past since tomatoes grow best in warm weather. For Fall tomatoes, transplant tomatoes about 100 days before the first expected frost. Starting tomatoes indoors and then transplanting outdoors will be easier than if starting from seed outdoors. If direct sowing, plant 3-4 seeds in 1/2 inch deep holes on raised beds about 6 inches tall. Space holes 2-4 feet apart within rows spaced 4-5 feet apart (from hole to hole). For staked or caged plants, space the rows at least 3 feet apart. For unsupported plants, leave 4 to 5 feet between the rows.
Tomatoes grow best in warm weather, so try not to plant until spring when the soil has warmed and all danger of frost has passed.It is best to transplant tomato plants in the evening or a cloudy day to prevent plants from drying too much and wilting. Make 3-4 inch-deep transplant holes spaced 2-4 feet apart within raised rows spaced 4-5 feet apart (from plant to plant). Fill the holes with water and let it soak in. Move the plants carefully from the pots or flats and set them in the transplant holes. Set the transplants slightly deeper that it had been growing, burying some of the stem in the ground. Pack the soil loosely around the plant. Leave a slightly sunken area around each plant to hold water. Water the plants after planting.
Watering: Water the plants enough to keep from wilting. Slow, deep watering helps the root system grow strong. Try not to let tomato plants wilt severely or this may reduce yield and quality of the fruit.
Weeding snd Staking: Keep plants as weed-free as possible. When tilling or hoeing, be careful not to cut too deeply into the soil near the tomato plants as cutting the feeder rooters may slow the plant's growth. Pull by hand any weeds that are close to the plants.
Mulching can help increase yields. Spread a 2-3 inch layer of organic material, such as compost, leaves, or hay around the growing plants. Mulching will help stop weed growth and water loss from the soil.
Fertilizing: You may optionally add 2-3 pounds of a complete fertilizer per 100 square feet of garden area. Spread the fertilizer evenly over the garden and work into the top 3-4 inches of soil. If planting single tomato plants, when tomato fruits grow to 1 inch in diameter, you may optionally place about 1 level tablespoon of fertilizer around each plant about 6 inches from the stem, then mix fertilizer well with the soil. Fertilize the plants every 3-4 weeks with 1-2 level tablespoons of fertilizer. Water the plant after adding fertilizer. This may help increase the yield and quality of the tomatoes.
Insecticides: Insecticides may be used to protect plants. Bt-based insecticides and sulfur are organic options that can be used for prevention. Sulfur also has fungicidal properties and helps in controlling many diseases. Sevin is a synthetic insecticide that can be used to control for the flea beatle. Insecticidal soaps and neem oils are good ways to control for psyllids and whiteflies. Before using a pesticide, please read the label and always follow cautions, warnings and directions.
Diseases: Watch tomato plants closely, especially in mild weather. Leaf spots are caused by fungi and bacteria and can be treated with neem oil, sulfur, and other fungicides. Please always follow label directions.
For best quality, pick tomatoes at full color. The first tomatoes are usually ready 8-10 weeks after transplanting. If you pick them when they are transitioning colors, let them ripen at room temperature. They may be stored in the refrigerator after they reach full color.
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