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Beaverlodge Slicer

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About Beaverlodge Slicer

‘Beaverlodge Slicer’ tomato is a Canadian origin from the Beaverlodge Research Center in Alberta. Selected for the earliness – is one of the earliest maturing tomato varieties – you can harvest first ripe fruit after about 54 days from transplant. Short, compact, determinate plants with very good yield of 2″, smooth, red, round tomatoes. Very good balanced flavors and rich tomato aroma, which is unusual for such an early tomato. This variety is a perfect tomato for growing in a hanging basket or in a patio container. Very good choice for cooler and foggy growing regions like Northern California.

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Solanum lycopersicum
Heirloom / Open Pollinated

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    Is there ay way to identify the tomato by it's leaf? I ended up with two types of tomatoes in the cups I marked as Beaverlodge slicer

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    Janet McN

    Not usually. Some tomatoes such as Silvery Fir Tree have very distinctive leaves. Most do not. Are you sure it's two types of tomato and not just two seedlings of the same type?


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