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Organic Ten Fingers of Naples Tomato
Organic Ten Fingers of Naples Tomato
Organic Ten Fingers of Naples Tomato


 
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HEIRLOOM We prefer Ten Fingers of Naples over San Marzano for its rich flavor and disease resistance. Its long trusses (often numbering ten, hence the name)of meaty fruits with few seeds make salsa and sauce making a dream.

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Organic Ten Fingers of Naples Tomato HEIRLOOM We were introduced to Ten Fingers of Naples by our dear friend Owen Bridge of Annapolis Seeds in Nova Scotia. An heirloom from Naples, Italy he gave it to us (mostly) because we live in Naples, New York. So of course we grew them hoping (as every mother hopes brilliance for her child) that they would grow brilliantly here in Naples, New York. And they did.

We prefer Ten Fingers of Naples over San Marzano for its rich flavor and disease resistance. Its long trusses (often numbering ten, hence the name)of meaty fruits with few seeds make salsa and sauce making a dream. Also, this was our final paste tomato to succumb to Late Blight on our farm in 2013.

Indeterminate.

75 days to maturity

Lycopersicon lycopersicum

Transplanting Tomatoes
How to Identify 3 Tomato Diseases

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5 of 5 A must have every year. October 12, 2019
Reviewer: Stephanie from Waterloo, NY United States  
Wonderful flavor and texture.  Perfect for giving lots of body to sauces and salsa.

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


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5 of 5 Hung in there January 8, 2019
Reviewer: Peter Scheid from Prattsburgh, NY United States  
These plants produce a lot of tomatoes. I did have an issue with septoria leaf spot on most of my tomato plants last year due to a wet July and August, but these plants hung in there. I pruned as needed and got a great harvest.

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3 of 5 Baby Fingers. January 2, 2019
Reviewer: James Grace from Chelsea, AL United States  
Somewhat disease resistant, Small, these aren't big enough for our proposes, canning, sauces, stews etc. Ok flavor, They did taste much better when add to the roasting pan with other veggies.

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3 of 5 Excellent producer January 1, 2019
Reviewer: Joe Alati from Honeoye Falls, NY United States  
Some of the fruit was mealy tasting? Not sure why but may give it another try.

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