Tomato Big Beef
No backyard bbq would be complete without a big slice of juicy tomato on your hamburger. Big Beef tomatoes are an indeterminate heirloom variety that have stood the test of time: succulent skin, super-juicy sweet interior, and minimal meat. These tomatoes are simply delicious, fresh or prepared!
Seeding Instructions - Start indoors in Feb/ March and transplant into the sunny garden or outdoor containers after the last frost in May, can take up to 2 weeks to germinate. Plant seedlings into rows with 1-1.5ft between the plants. Soil should be enriched with peat, compost, and worm castings if possible.
Growing On & Harvest - Keep tomatoes evenly moist, big beef requires staking. Fertilize with veggie food that contains calcium every 2 weeks & bone meal once a month. Harvest 70-80 days.