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11x4.25 Pot Label

Why grafted tomatoes? Because of the limited growing space vegetable top grafting was originally developed in Japan to allow growers to produce a larger amount of produce in a smaller space. This technique gives vegetables increased disease resistance, vitality, and production throughout the season. We accomplish this by grafting a robust wild rootstock to flavorful heirloom and hybrid tomatoes. The result is an extremely prolific plant without the diseases that plague many popular varieties. Grafted tomatoes have the following advantages: 1. Increased tomato production, our grafts can produce 4-5 times the fruit of standard tomato plants. 2. Extreme vigor for improved quality of fruit and a superior taste. 3. Increased disease resistance including early and late blight and blossom end rot. 4. Tolerance to environmental stresses like extreme temperatures or poor soils 5. Increased harvests over a longer period of time 6. Greater resistance to soil borne pathogens and nematodes

Amish Paste Grafted Tomato

2x5 Plant Stake

Amish Paste:

Many consider this the ultimate paste tomato. Commercialized by Tom Hauch of Heirloom Seeds, who acquired it from the Amish near Lancaster, Pennsylvania. This plant produces bright red 8-12 ounce fruits that vary in shape from an oxheart to a rounded plum. Delicious flesh is juicy and meaty, excellent for sauce or fresh eating. One of Slow Food USA’s Ark of Taste varieties. Indeterminate

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Amish Paste Grafted Tomato

Ezra's organics label and tag  

The label and tag we plant o use in garden centers