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Ultimate Opener Hybrid Tomato

Ultimate Opener Hybrid Tomato

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5.0 (4 reviews)
(VF) - The new champion of early tomatoes! More often than not, early-ripening tomatoes are under-sized, have marginal flavor and color and have way too many blemishes. This new tomato, developed by the same breeder who gave us such classics as Early Girl and Better Boy Hybrids, produces blemish-free fruits about 1/3 larger than Early Girl with marvelous flavor, that's so sweet and juicy you can't stop eating them. Strong, vigorous, indeterminate plants are capable of tremendous yields, much higher than comparable early varieties, ensured by a strong disease resistance package. Harvest fruits just 57 days from transplanting.
20 - seeds per packet9000 - seeds per oz.
1 FOR $2.75
2 FOR $4.70

Product Details

: 83
: Spring
: Warm, fertile
: 4-6-8
:
: 1 - Easy
:
: Fruit

Physical Details

: Dark green
: Red
: 7 to 14
: 57
: 18
: Yes
: Indeterminate
: Hybrid

Resistance Details

: Yes

Scientific Details

: Solanum
: lycopersicum
: Ultimate Opener
5.0 (4 reviews)
  • By Logan C
    2/26/2014
    From Sioux City
    5.0
    Preformed amazingly in the garden last year. Produced huge fruit and was not affected by blossom end rot that my other tomatoes were affected by. The fruit is very meaty and worked very good as a caning tomato. Ordering them again.
  • By Farmerphil
    8/8/2012
    From Eighty Four, PA
    5.0
    Update 8/2012. Ultimate Opener is much more than an early variety. Blossom end rot hit this area and my garden hard this summer due to excessive heat. U/O has not had any damage! Quality and size of fruit makes U/O a great all season tomato for eating fresh and canning. Grow them in a 5' concrete reinforcement wire cage anchored well. They will yield well until fall frost. This is a great variety!
  • By Connie G
    2/25/2012
    From Willow River, MN
    5.0
    With good heat, water & rich soil, this tomato is a winner. Large size & excellent flavor. Definitely needs good heat, though.
  • By William E
    3/3/2011
    From Machesney park Illinois
    5.0
    Had a great early crop of these in 2010,I kept getting them for along long time.