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Porkchop Tomato By Wild Boar Farms

Porkchop Tomato By Wild Boar Farms

Great Sweet Flavor with Hints of Citrus

Offering a unique and vibrant appearance, the tomatoes boast a great sweet flavor with citrus undertones, earning the title of the best yellow tomato. With a genuine yellow hue, a rarity among tomatoes often labeled as yellow but appearing orange, these mid-season delights, mature in 75-85 days. The medium-sized, slightly flattened beefsteaks are indeterminate with regular leaves. They begin as yellow with green stripes, transforming into a luscious gold upon ripening. Wild Boar Pork Chop is a true gem for tomato enthusiasts.

Sustainably grown in 2.75" pots 

Growing: 

Soil Preparation: 

Porkchop Tomatoes thrive in well-drained, fertile soil. Enhance the soil quality by incorporating organic matter such as compost. Aim for a slightly acidic to neutral pH level (5.6-7.0) for optimal growth. 

Spacing Considerations: 

Provide ample spacing between plants, typically 18-24 inches, to ensure proper air circulation and accommodate potential growth. 

Support and Pruning: 

Due to the potential for vigorous growth, offer support to Porkchop Tomato plants early in the season. Staking or caging helps maintain an upright structure. Regular pruning can manage size and encourage fruit production. 

Watering: 

Maintain consistent moisture levels throughout the growing season. Deep, regular watering is preferable over shallow and frequent irrigation. Mulching around the plants aids in moisture retention and weed suppression. 

Fertilization: 

Feed Porkchop Tomato plants with a balanced, all-purpose fertilizer during transplanting and when the first fruits appear. Follow recommended dosages for optimal results. 

Maturation and Harvest:

Days to Maturity: 

Porkchop Tomatoes typically take around 75-80 days to reach maturity from the time of transplanting. Harvest tomatoes when they exhibit a vibrant yellow and green striped pattern. The fruit should feel firm yet slightly yielding to the touch, signaling optimal ripeness. 

Storage and Usage: 

Store harvested Porkchop Tomatoes at room temperature until fully ripe. These tomatoes are versatile in the kitchen, suitable for fresh consumption, salads, or enhancing various dishes with their visually captivating appearance and sweet, complex flavor. 

Cultivating Porkchop Tomatoes from Wild Boar Farms is a flavorful journey that combines visual allure with exceptional taste. Following this comprehensive guide, you'll embark on a successful endeavor, nurturing healthy Porkchop Tomato plants and enjoying the savory harvest of these visually striking and delicious tomatoes. Happy gardening!

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Description

Offering a unique and vibrant appearance, the tomatoes boast a great sweet flavor with citrus undertones, earning the title of the best yellow tomato. With a genuine yellow hue, a rarity among tomatoes often labeled as yellow but appearing orange, these mid-season delights, mature in 75-85 days. The medium-sized, slightly flattened beefsteaks are indeterminate with regular leaves. They begin as yellow with green stripes, transforming into a luscious gold upon ripening. Wild Boar Pork Chop is a true gem for tomato enthusiasts.

Sustainably grown in 2.75" pots 

Growing: 

Soil Preparation: 

Porkchop Tomatoes thrive in well-drained, fertile soil. Enhance the soil quality by incorporating organic matter such as compost. Aim for a slightly acidic to neutral pH level (5.6-7.0) for optimal growth. 

Spacing Considerations: 

Provide ample spacing between plants, typically 18-24 inches, to ensure proper air circulation and accommodate potential growth. 

Support and Pruning: 

Due to the potential for vigorous growth, offer support to Porkchop Tomato plants early in the season. Staking or caging helps maintain an upright structure. Regular pruning can manage size and encourage fruit production. 

Watering: 

Maintain consistent moisture levels throughout the growing season. Deep, regular watering is preferable over shallow and frequent irrigation. Mulching around the plants aids in moisture retention and weed suppression. 

Fertilization: 

Feed Porkchop Tomato plants with a balanced, all-purpose fertilizer during transplanting and when the first fruits appear. Follow recommended dosages for optimal results. 

Maturation and Harvest:

Days to Maturity: 

Porkchop Tomatoes typically take around 75-80 days to reach maturity from the time of transplanting. Harvest tomatoes when they exhibit a vibrant yellow and green striped pattern. The fruit should feel firm yet slightly yielding to the touch, signaling optimal ripeness. 

Storage and Usage: 

Store harvested Porkchop Tomatoes at room temperature until fully ripe. These tomatoes are versatile in the kitchen, suitable for fresh consumption, salads, or enhancing various dishes with their visually captivating appearance and sweet, complex flavor. 

Cultivating Porkchop Tomatoes from Wild Boar Farms is a flavorful journey that combines visual allure with exceptional taste. Following this comprehensive guide, you'll embark on a successful endeavor, nurturing healthy Porkchop Tomato plants and enjoying the savory harvest of these visually striking and delicious tomatoes. Happy gardening!

Shipping Information

Ships from Northern CA.

Cannot ship to the following states: AK, HI, PR, VI, GU

Shipping Weight: 0.5 lb

Dimensions: 2.75"L x 2.75"W x 6.0"H

Features

  • Attracts Bees/Butterflies
  • Exotic Heirloom-Based Tomato
  • Greenhouse Compatible
  • Grow on a Trellis
  • Requires Staking
  • Requires Summer Water

Characteristics

USDA Growing Zone: 3 - 10
Approximate Harvest Time : Early Fall
Approximate Harvest Time : Late Summer
Growth Habit : Indeterminate
Life Cycle : Tender Annual
Plant Family : Solanaceae (Nightshades)
Planting Time : Spring
Planting Time : Summer
Soil pH : 5.6 - 6.0
Soil pH : 6.1 - 6.5
Soil pH : 6.6 - 7.0
Sun Requirements : Full Sun
Tomato Type : Slicing

Planting & Care

Soil and Water: Tomatoes love fertile soil rich in organic matter. Add plenty of compost prior to planting. Soil pH is preferred between 5.6-7.0. Mulch to preserve moisture. Avoid wetting the foliage when watering. 

Planting and Growing: Provide ample spacing between plants, typically 18-24 inches, to facilitate proper air circulation and accommodate the potential for vigorous growth. Due to the potential for sprawling growth, offer support to Tomato plants early in the season. Staking or caging helps maintain an upright structure. Regular pruning can manage size and stimulate fruit production. 

Harvesting and Storage: Harvest when fruits give slightly under finger pressure; the shoulders may not have changed color yet.

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