An early, deep red egg-shaped fruit that is very firm, fleshy, juicy, almost seedless and heavy cropping. Usually used for ketchups. It can be cooked or eaten raw. It’s free from cracks and resistant to rotting. Its compact bushes spread well. It usually grows up to 6 or 7 fruits per cluster.
SOWING: Sow direct 3 to 4 seeds at about 50cm spacing and at the depth of 5mm. Cover with Seed & Potting Mix. Thin out to 1 or 2 plants per spacing. Tomatoes can also be sown in Jiffy. When the roots of the plant start to emerge through the Jiffy, place the whole Jiffy and plant, into its permanent position.
INDETERMINATE: Tomato Egg are indeterminate variety, which means that continual growth and development. Plant keeps on flowering and setting fruit even after the first (fruit) set is harvested. This indeterminate variety require substantial staking, trellised, or caged for support. And pruned for best results; fruit ripens over an extended period.