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Organic Chiapas Tomato
Organic Chiapas Tomato
Organic Chiapas Tomato


 
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HEIRLOOM Vigor, production, flavor, disease resistance, frost tolerance: Chiapas is not your average cherry tomato! Chiapas is always one of our first to enjoy each season. And she does not trickle in. With your first fruit comes a handful and then you have cascades of ripening trusses full of delicious baby cherries.

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Organic Chiapas Tomato HEIRLOOM Vigor, production, flavor, disease resistance, frost tolerance: Chiapas is not your average cherry tomato! Chiapas is always one of our first to enjoy each season. And she does not trickle in. With your first fruit comes a handful and then you have cascades of ripening trusses full of delicious baby cherries. A more wild relative of tomato than your typical, Chiapas is resistant to many diseases including Late Blight, Early Blight and Septoria. In both 2014 and 2015 we were still eating them at frost when most other varieties had been dead for weeks if not months. In an era of increasing disease pressure, seeds with innate disease resistance (and high quality soil) are your keys to success in an organic garden. This is why we grow Chiapas.

Indeterminate.



55 days to maturity

Lycopersicon pimpinellifolium


Transplanting Tomatoes
How to Identify 3 Tomato Diseases

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5 of 5 November 20, 2019
Reviewer: Martha DeLarm from RIPARIUS, NY United States  
These did very well!

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5 of 5 Tiny cherry tomatoes great for children November 6, 2019
Reviewer: Rick Poling from Endicott, NY United States  
This was my first time to grow these. The plants were vigorous, and mostly disease free.  The great thing is that I have several children helping me eat the fruits/veggies from my garden.  And, for the 3-7 year olds, the tiny fruits were a perfect bite that they could pop into their mouth, without any possibility of a mess :-)

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5 of 5 A New Favorite! Perfect Little Tomato October 11, 2019
Reviewer: Lynn from Southeast Wisconsin  
These started out slow ( due to weather) but once they began producing I picked them until second week of October in zone 5.! I grew them in an old metal tub with a tomato cage and they spilled up and over the cage but were manageable. The taste is sweet and they are perfect to eat in a salad, roasted or right off  the vine.  I will definitely be growing these again!


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5 of 5 Second year growing this variety September 24, 2019
Reviewer: Amy Harter from Wayland, NY United States  
This is my second year growing this variety.  Gave many away as I couldn't keep up with the harvest.  Nice small tomato with GOOD flavor.  Disease free second year in a row.  Its now the end of September in Zone 5 NY and the plants are still producing1

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4 of 5 February 11, 2019
Reviewer: Nicolina Kaufman from Bowmansville, NY United States  


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