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About Green Giant

The first known potato leaf variety for a green fruited tomato. In 2004 Craig LeHoullier obtained seeds from Reinhard Kraft in Germany. A tall, bushy indeterminate plant produce large crops of 1-2 lb., lime green, smooth, oblate fruit. A light green when ripe that turns to an amber green as it ripens further. Delicious melon-sweet flavors. Arguably, one of the best tasting green tomatoes. A very good salad tomato or salsa tomato. Appears to be disease resistant.

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Sweet
Flesh Color
Green
Fruit Color
Green
Fruit Shape
Oblate
Fruit Size
Large
Leaf Type
Potato
Maturity
Late
Plant Type
Indeterminate
Species
Solanum lycopersicum
Variety
Open Pollinated

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    msmcquiddy@hotmail.com Subscriber

    what would cause the green giant tomato plant flowers to dry up and fall off after blooming .. no fruit at all … plants are 4-5 ft tall and look healthy on a drip water system..

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    • Dorota
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      Hello, there can be several reasons for falling flowers off tomato plants. From too high temperatures, through insufficient nutrition, to diseases (grey mold). If you have photos, feel free to send them to dorota@worldtomatosociety.com, this will allow us to better understand the causes in the case of your plants and advise you better. Thank you!

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    msmcquiddy13@hotmail.com Subscriber

    I asked the experts but no reply in 4 months ???

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