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Mariana Hybrid Tomato

Mariana Hybrid Tomato

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3.7 (3 reviews)
(VFFNA) Extra large roma-type fruits keep exceptionally well. The blocky, 4 to 6 oz. fruits are very uniform with deep red, smooth, unblemished skin. The tomatoes have excellent firmness with thick walls and rich red internal color. Determinate plants are small to medium size with excellent vigor, disease resistance and heavy fruit sets. Flavor is top notch, making Mariana an excellent choice for canning, salsas, sauces and juice. Tasty for fresh salsas and salads, too! The fruits have excellent shelf life so you'll have tomatoes long after the tomato season is over.
30 seeds
4-4" to 6" plugs

Product Details

: 85
: Spring
: 0.06
: Fertile, well-drained
: 4-6-8
: 2 - Moderately Easy
: Fruit
: 4" to 6" plugs

Physical Details

: Green
: Red
: 7 to 21
: 74
: 18 to 24
: Yes
: Yes
: Determinate
: Hybrid

Resistance Details

: Tomato
: Yes

Scientific Details

: Tomato
: Solanum
: lycopersicum
: Mariana
Product Reviews
3.7 (3 reviews)
  • By Steve T
    From Hampton, MN
    Great paste tomato, very large, meaty and flavorful. Plants are vigorous and productive, and are very resistant to the blights that are such a problem for me. Not quite as good as Plum Regal for disease resistance, but seed is not so expensive, and it may be a little more prolific.
  • By Runamuck
    From Podunk, WI
    Nice producer, perfect size and flavor for whole tomato canning. Also great for fresh eating and tomato sauce. Plants do very well in North Central WI and are heavy consistent producers through entire growing season. This is my preferred canning tomato.
  • By Peter D
    From Califon,NJ
    Well my plants are nearly 5ft tall and flowering like crazy....yet not a single tomato....plants look healthy and seemto want to grow downward now...stalk thick and strong and limbs curling downward.....must be the lack of bees/pollinators...plant seems REAL healthy just no tomatoes and its been Blue Lake stringless pole beans from Jungs are facing the same issue....growing feverishly with flowers but not one single bean after 80days! :(