Oregon Spring Tomato is very early with large size and good flavor.
Mouthwatering, luscious, nearly seedless, 4-5 oz. fruits are close to the perfect tomato.
Able to set abundant crops in cool weather or under tough conditions. Reliable and uniform size, great for home gardening and fresh markets.
Developed by Dr. Baggett, Oregon State University.
Indoors: 6 - 8 weeks before last frost sow 1/4" deep and keep soil evenly moist at 60- 70 degrees F. When the second set of leaves appears, transplant seedlings to individual pots.
Harden off 2 weeks before setting out, when weather is fully warm, in a spot with at least 8 hours of sun daily. Plant seedlings up to 2" under the first leaves, at least 3' apart. Water deeply and well in dry weather.
Outdoors: Sow as above, directly in site when weather is warm.
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