|Item Number||Italian Name||Scientific Name|
Pomodoro San Marzano 2
|lycopersicon esculentum Mill.|
A plant of indeterminate growth, both robust and rustic, with leaves that protect the fruit from strong sunlight . It is a long, rectangular-cylindrical shaped fruit, very uniform, about 3 ounces in weight. Its dense firm flesh, and bright red color are both visible internally and externally. A variety suitable for use as fresh produce or for industrial use it is tolerant to Verticillium and Fusarium.
in seed bed or outdoor in spring. Trasplant seedlings about a month after sowing when the plants are about 8 inches tall. Plant 16 inches apart, leaving 32 inches between rows. We suggest using supports for the plants.
Direct, then transplant
|Life Cycle||Days of Maturity||Sun Type||Spread||Max Height||Planting Time|
|Annual Plant, Intermediate||90 Days||Full||16 inches||-||Spring|
= Outside Sow Period
= Sow Indoors then Transplant seedlings
= Harvest Period
= Tunnel/Cloche Gardening