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Organic Brandywise Hybrid Tomato
Organic Brandywise Tomato
Organic Brandywise Tomato


 
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Finally, a juicy red slicer full of disease resistance and flavor! Here you have Brandywine paired with Cornell's cutting edge Late and Early Blight as well as Septoria resistance.


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Organic Brandywise Hybrid Tomato Finally, a juicy red slicer full of disease resistance and flavor! Here you have Brandywine flavor paired with Cornell's cutting-edge Late and Early Blight as well as Septoria resistance.

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Whether you hope to harvest ten or ten thousand tomatoes, diseases like Late Blight, Early Blight and Septoria Leaf Spot are affecting your abundance every season here in the Northeast. Though many cultural practices can reduce the spread of disease (like growing under plastic and watering soil rather than leaves), sowing seeds with natural genetic resistance is the single greatest thing you can do to increase your success, whether you are an organic or conventional grower.

Martha Mutschler-Chu develops such tomatoes at Cornell University.

Brandywise is our favorite of Martha's tomatoes, one of her triple-resistant lines crossed with the quintessential heirloom tomato 'Brandywine.' Indeed, Brandywise is the best of both worlds: succulent flavor and resistance to Light Blight and Septoria as well as Early Blight tolerance.

Enjoy!

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75 days to maturity

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Brandywise tomato December 10, 2018
Reviewer: david hillmann from altamont, NY United States  
I have been looking for a good sized indeterminate tomato with disease resistance.  Disease resistance was fair. Size-wise the fruit on this plant was all over the board-small to large. Better shape than Brandywine but still soft which most people will not  buy-they feel them and if they are soft nine times out of ten will pass them over.

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Best tomato November 13, 2018
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from STEPHENTOWN, NY United States  
Best tomato I've ever grown. Solid delicious fruit and much less plant disease than other tomatoes.

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Excellent November 9, 2018
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Little Valley, NY United States  
Excellent tomatoes!  Looking forward to growing more next season!

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November 8, 2018
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Grosse Pointe Farms, MI United States  
Brandywise was a wide, healthy, green plant that stayed under 5' tall. It was very productive with good, but not great flavor. There was a hint of the Brandywine taste. The fruit did not get mushy despite a lot of damp weather. I also grew Sudduth Brandywine which was of course superior in taste. I will probably grow Brandywise again next year. I was impressed that even at the end of the season it did not have much disease, despite   having been surrounded by 4 other plants that did.

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Not what I had hoped November 6, 2018
Reviewer: Ronald Albert from New Gloucester, ME United States  
These were healthy plants that fended off the blight until late in he season, but, They took forever to ripen. In fact out of the 11 Brandywise plants I grew I composted 90 percent of the tomatoes in October because they never ripened. I usually don't have that problem here in zone 5 Southern Maine. Secondly, the ones that did ripen were mushy and tasteless. Not a keeper.

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