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Organic Brandywise Tomato
Organic Brandywise Tomato
Organic Brandywise Tomato


 
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Finally, a juicy red slicing tomato full of disease resistance and flavor! Brandywise pairs the rich heirloom flavor of Brandywine with Cornell's cutting-edge resistance to Late Blight, Early Blight and Septoria resistance. Best of both worlds, indeed! Enjoy our videos below and rejoice :)


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Finally, a juicy red slicing tomato full of disease resistance and flavor! Brandywise pairs the rich heirloom flavor of Brandywine with Cornell's cutting-edge resistance to Late Blight, Early Blight and Septoria resistance. Best of both worlds, indeed! Enjoy our videos below and rejoice :)

The whole story:

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!

And if you're looking for other disease-resistant tomatoes, we have four that are resistant to Late Blight, Early Blight and Septoria Leaf Spot: Brandywise, Summer Sweetheart, Chiapas and Coyote. Have your tomato and eat it, too :)


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Delicious & Disease Resistant: Brandywise and Summer Sweetheart Tomato
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Average Rating: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 26 Write a review »

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5 of 5 Brandywise Tomato Seeds. June 2, 2020
Reviewer: Bruce Newell from Oneonta, NY United States  
The seeds germinated in no time and are now are happily adjusting to their new home and growing every day. I have always had a problem with Septoria leaf spot and decided to try Brandywise. Will save some seeds for next year.

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5 of 5 Excellent variety May 29, 2020
Reviewer: Joseph J Toner Jr from Palmerton, PA United States  
This is the second year that I am growing this tomato.  In my 1st year I found it to be highly disease resistant, very prolific (1 plant gave me 150+ 6 oz tomatoes) and very tasty rivaling that of an heirloom.

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5 of 5 First year without blight! January 20, 2020
Reviewer: Terri burkett from Hemlock, NY United States  
These grew well on our property which had seen blight take whole crops in the past three years. We got them in late due to a crazy cold late spring, but harvested them until early November (covered them during frost). Very pleased!

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5 of 5 Great tomato January 19, 2020
Reviewer: Donna Russell from Kirkwood, NY United States  
Tomatoes grew well and shared with friends and family who really like the flavor.

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5 of 5 Excellent. January 3, 2020
Reviewer: Michael Boujoulian from Arlington, MA United States  
100% germination.  

Awesome fruit.  My community garden is generally poorly managed around us, and the fungus/blight is rampant.   These performed better than true heirlooms as well as big/better boy hybrids.  

20 plants produced all our summer eating (and we eat a lot of tomatoes) as well as 10 gallons canned.   if we weren't battling armies of vermin, we'd likely have had 15 gallons or more put up.

Definitely will grow again.  Probably will start a bit later than recommended, as my transplants were a bit leggy by mid May.

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