Tomato Jetstar (indeterminate)

by Maureen Sullivan on January 19, 2016

Tomato Jetstar wsFull sun. The best all-around garden tomato we have found. Tasty, large, heavy yielding, dependable and early. Fruits are thin skinned and sweet fleshed. Jetstar, though a hybrid variety, does not have the wide disease resistance of other hybrid varieties. This is the tomato we grow in our garden to sell and eat.

Indeterminate tomato vines set flowers until frost kills the plant. Indeterminate plants give you a long harvest season. Staking or trellising is recommended for indeterminate plants. Suckering of indeterminate plants is recommended for slicing varieties so that you get a good number of larger tomatoes (suckering is not necessary for cherry tomatoes).

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