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How to Grow Yellow Furry Boar Tomato

US artist Brad Gates’ most recent piece. Round, attractively colored fruits with subtle green and lemon yellow stripes fully ripen to an orange tint.
It’s shocking because of the appearance, which is matte and fluffy. It tastes quite sweet. It is really wonderful in a salad because the skin is firm but very simple to peel.

What Is Yellow Furry Boar Tomato?

Fruit, 2-4 oz. With green stripes that turn gold, it is round and bright yellow. smooth skin (fuzzy) Especially lovely and charming.

Origin Of Yellow Furry Boar Tomato?

  • United States
  • This is a variety developed by Brad Gates of Wild Boar Farms, California.
  • Brad Gates

How to Grow Yellow Furry Boar Tomato from Seed

Direct sowing into the garden not recommended. Sow seeds into sterile seed starting mix, 1/8″-1/4″ deep, indoors, 6-8 weeks prior to last expected frost date. Optimal germination occurs in 7-14 days with constant moisture and soil temperatures of 75-90F.

Yellow Furry Boar Tomato Height?

Species and developed varieties all differ significantly.

Yellow Furry Boar Tomato Spread?

Varies greatly by species and cultivated variety.

Description

  • Solanum lycopersicum
  • mid-season
  • From 60 to 120 g
  • 35 seeds
  • Round
  • firm
  • indeterminate
  • Variegated
  • 6 to 8 cm
  • regular

Yellow Furry Boar Tomato Sowing tip?

Sow in buckets, at a temperature between 16 and 20 ° C, under a bright shelter, 5 weeks before setting up. Transplant the whole clod into open ground, after the last frosts, at least 50 cm away, burying the stem to the first leaves. Water abundantly at the time of planting.

 Cultivation tip:

Nightshades need light and heat to produce. In cool climates, it is better to grow them under cover and, depending on the soil, provide for regular watering.

 Sowing period (under shelter)?

February, March, April

When To Harvest Yellow Furry Boar Tomato  ?

June, July, August, September, October

 Cultivation?

in open ground, in greenhouses

  Exposure?

full sun

  Water requirement?

medium

  Nature of the soil?

any type of soil

  Soil quality?

drained, rich, warmed