Early Season Red
These are all red slicing tomatoes with early maturity, 45-65 days. They can be grown in very short season areas and as early successions to main season varieties if you have a longer growing season. Many are indeterminate (Indet.) and will continue to ripen fruit all summer long, they just start early. Others are determinate (Det.) in habit, yielding one or two big flushes of fruit, allowing for a planting of salad or other short season crops after the main crop tomatoes are finished but before the growing season ends. Determinate types need minimal trellising or caging, if any at all, and are better for container gardening.
For quick comparison and reference, check out the “Tomatoes At-A-Glance: Early and Main Season Red” chart.
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