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About Manitoba

‘Manitoba’ is a rare heirloom tomato developed in the mid-1950s by the Morden Experimental Farm in Manitoba, Canada, to ripen during the short summers of the Manitoba* prairie.
Prolific yields of medium (6oz./170g), bright red tomatoes with a diameter range of 3-4in./8-10cm blankets vigorous and determinate vines with regular leaf foliage. The fruit has firm, smooth skin and meaty flesh with a refreshing, tangy, tomato flavor. This variety thrives in cool climates with short seasons and is resistant to both Fusarium and Verticillium Wilt. Early season, 65 days after transplant.

*Manitoba is a Canadian province with a diverse landscape, ranging from arctic tundra and the Hudson Bay coastline in the north to dense boreal forest, large freshwater lakes, and prairie grassland in the center and south. The name ‘Manitoba’ may derive from the meaning ‘Lake of the Prairies.’ Thomas Spence chose the name for the new republic he proposed for the area south of the lake.

Culinary Use
Paste / Sauce / Canner / Salad / Slicer
Disease Resistance
Flavor Profile
Acidic / Tart
Flesh Color
Fruit Color
Fruit Shape
Fruit Size
Saladette / Small
Leaf Type
Plant Type
Solanum lycopersicum
Heirloom / Open Pollinated

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