Mortgage Lifter Yellow Tomato (50 Seeds)

Solanum lycopersicum
50 Seeds/pktMortgage Lifter Yellow Tomato Indeterminate 50 seeds
  • Climbing (indeterminate)
  • Produces massive fruit that grow up to 1kg.
  • Heirloom
  • Climbing (indeterminate). Heirloom variety Mortgage Lifter Yellow tomato is a totally different tomato than its pink cousin Mortgage Lifter. The yellow version is milder and , to me, have more fruitiness. 500gms fruits ripen to a canary yellow and are very pretty. Our vines were about 2.5 metres tall and prone a good amount of fruits.

$2.75 inc GST

$2.75 inc GST

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Product Description
Planting Guide

Product Description

Mortgage Lifter Yellow Tomato Indeterminate 50 seeds

Climbing (indeterminate). Heirloom variety Mortgage Lifter Yellow tomato is a totally different tomato than its pink cousin Mortgage Lifter. The yellow version is milder and , to me, have more fruitiness. 500gms fruits ripen to a canary yellow and are very pretty. Our vines were about 2.5 metres tall and prone a good amount of fruits. We harvested ripe fruits about 85 days after transplant. Vines continued producing all the way till frost. This is a very nice sandwich tomato that can double as an effective sauce maker. Excellent flavour; rich and sweet. Plants are very productive producing up to 16kg of fruit.  Mortgage Lifter Yellow tomatoes are an open pollinated variety which produces a golden yellow beefsteak-shaped fruit. These meaty tomatoes have few seeds and mature in approximately 80 to 85 days. Mortgage Lifter tomato plants grow 2.1 to 2.7 meters vines and are indeterminate, meaning they set fruit continuously throughout the growing season. Try it you’ll be pleased!

 

 

 

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: 90 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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