Burnley Bounty Tomato (50 Seeds)

Solanum lycopersicum
50 Seeds/pkt
Burnley Bounty Tomato (Indeterminate) (50 Seeds)Burnley Bounty tomatoes are an Australian cultivar. They have a good classic tomato shape, about 7 cm round and slightly flattened top and bottom, with a nice orange colour ripening to red. It produces medium sized oblong red fruit with excellent flavour. Tolerant of cooler conditions.

$2.75 inc GST

$2.75 inc GST

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Product Description
Planting Guide

Product Description

Burnley Bounty Tomato (Indeterminate) (50 Seeds)

Burnley Bounty tomatoes are an Australian cultivar. They have a good classic tomato shape, about 7 cm round and slightly flattened top and bottom, with a nice orange colour ripening to red. It produces medium sized oblong red fruit with excellent flavour. Tolerant of cooler conditions.

Burnley Bounty Tomatoes  need a plenty of sunlight and water to grow. A rich soil with balanced nutrients is also important for growing tomatoes, which are a rather nutrient-consuming crop. Burnley Bounty tomatoes grow well in temperate climates with a moderate amount of rainfall.

As with many crops, properly irrigating the soil and making sure it drains well is important to the success of the crop’s growth. Even individual tomato plants require good drainage for good growth. Too much water around the roots of a plant can kill it. Additionally, Burnley Bounty plants need to be staked so that they grow upright.

Burnley Bounty tomatoes need full sunlight throughout the day to grow. Application of a balanced fertilizer can be beneficial in areas with dry or sandy soil, and regular watering can compensate for a dry growing season. Burnley Bounty tomatoes can also be grown in pots or indoors, as in a greenhouse, which can extend their growing season greatly.

Planting Guide

Method: Direct or Seedling Trays
Planting Depth: 5mm
Germination: 5 to 10 days at 21-27ºC
Life Cycle: Annual
Row Spacing: 60-70cm
Plant Spacing: 50cm
Position: Full sun
Days to maturity/flowering: 70-80 days
Other: Plants need staking. Prune plants to two main stems. Keep well-watered. Pick when mature to encourage more fruit. To reduce the risk of disease do not water overhead. Rotate crops: do not plant in the same position two years in a row.
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