Peron Tomato Seeds

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Peron Tomato Seeds: Heirloom, Non-GMO, pesticide-free seeds from Alvarado Community Farm. Yielding juicy, red, flavorful tomatoes in 70-80 days. Perfect for organic gardens and supporting local sustainability. Grow the taste of community goodness!

(25 premium seeds in each packet.)

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Peron Tomato Seeds – The Taste of Community Grown Goodness

Discover the robust flavor and unmatched freshness of the Peron Tomato, a variety chosen for its juicy, sun-kissed fruits. Harvested and packed with care at Alvarado Community Farm, our seeds are a testament to sustainable farming and the love of pure, organic produce.

  • Features:
    • Non-GMO and pesticide-free.
    • Hand-selected for maximum germination rate.
    • Yields bright red, medium-sized, and flavorful tomatoes.
  • Benefits:
    • Rich in vitamins A and C to support immune health.
    • Grown sustainably to benefit both you and the earth.
    • Support local communities with every purchase.
  • Packaging: Comes in a biodegradable envelope, keeping in line with our mission to protect the environment.


Planting Guide

  1. When to Plant: Start the seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before the last expected frost. Transition outdoors once the danger of frost has passed.
  2. Soil Preparation: Use a well-draining soil mix rich in organic matter. Ensure a pH level of 6.2 to 6.8.
  3. Planting Depth: Plant seeds about 1/4 inch deep.
  4. Spacing: When transplanting outdoors, space plants about 2-3 feet apart, with rows spaced 3-4 feet apart.
  5. Watering: Water regularly, keeping the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Avoid watering the foliage directly.
  6. Sunlight: Ensure the plants receive at least 6-8 hours of full sunlight daily.
  7. Harvesting: Harvest tomatoes when they are bright red and firm to touch.


Peron Tomato Seeds FAQ


•  How long does it take for the Peron Tomato to bear fruit?

From planting, the Peron Tomato typically takes 70-80 days to produce mature fruits.


•  Are Peron tomato seeds suitable for container gardening?

Absolutely! Just ensure your container has adequate drainage and is large enough to support the plant’s growth.


•  How do I know if my tomatoes are ripe for picking?

Peron Tomatoes will turn a bright red when ripe. They should feel firm with a slight give.


•  Do I need to stake or support the plants?

Yes, staking or caging the Peron Tomato plants is recommended to support their growth and keep the fruit off the ground.


•  Are Peron Tomatoes resistant to diseases?

Peron Tomatoes are known for their good disease resistance. However, always ensure good planting practices and spacing for optimal plant health.

Weight .4 oz

25 premium seeds in each packet.

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