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golden grapes seeds

One of the heaviest cropping tomatoes we've ever seen or grown, this cherry tomato bears hundreds and hundreds of golden grape-shaped fruit. The skin is thin while the flesh tastes sharp and refreshing. (Cordon)

Seeds are surface-sown or covered only slightly. Do not allow the soil to dry out. Containers are held in warm conditions until sprouts appear, which may take anywhere from 3-10 days. Move sprouting plantings immediately to bright light conditions, such as a south-facing window. Inadequate light is a frequent cause of failure of young seedlings. At about the time of last frost, set out seedlings into grow bags.

Sowing Advice

Golden grapes seeds

Bordo Copper Spray applied regularly in late summer prevents the fungus that causes Late Blight to germinate. If applied with the OMRI listed Superflow Natural Surfactant the copper spray will stay on longer and there will be less need to apply other than after each rainfall or heavy dew.

An airborne fungal disease causes Late Blight. It begins as leaf spots before spreading to stems and fruit. Water soaked areas appear on the leaves. These are greenish black and irregular in shape. Brown cankers develop on the stems and fruit. Blight infected tomatoes can have a fishy smell. Often the fruit manages to almost reach maturity before the cankers take over. Sometimes a bluish grey mould grows on the underside of infected leaves and on the fruit cankers.

Harvest
Harvest when the fruit is the desired colour. Green tomatoes can be ripened indoors at a cool temperature when they are blemish free. Very dark green tomatoes are unlikely to ripen fully.

Flea Beetles make many tiny holes in the tomato leaves. They can cause problems for small tender transplants but a healthy plant can usually outgrow the damage. Use our Floating Row Cover for early season protection from Flea Beetles when transplanting your tomatoes.

Quick Facts:

Difficulty
Moderately challenging

Diseases & Pests
Blossom End Rot is an environmental disorder caused by a calcium deficiency. As the name of the disorder indicates it occurs at the blossom end of the fruit. It appears as a brownish dry and firm sunken area. Sometimes a secondary infection can occur at the damaged area, which turns it mushy and wet. Internal blackening can occur without the characteristic end rot. Calcium deficiency can happen when there is uneven watering. When the plants are too dry for a period followed by over watering, this encourages fast growth. The tomato plant can’t take up enough calcium resulting in an unbalanced potassium-to-calcium ratio. Early fruit show the affects sooner than later fruit. Digging in bonemeal, dolomite lime and a balanced organic fertilizer such as Gaia All Purpose Blend 4-4-4 will help prevent this disease as will an even and regular watering schedule.

Days to Maturity: From transplant date.

Matures in 60 days. (Hybrid seeds)

Seed Info
At least 75% of seeds will germinate in optimal conditions. Usual seed life: 3 years.

Grape seed can be planted in a vine trellis in the farming space on Witch Hill known as the Vineyard. To obtain these seeds, you must purchase them from the Merchant, after which you can get some number of seeds back each time you harvest the fully-grown crop. However, without using quality fertilizer, one cannot sustain the crop and will lose seeds each time. Grapes are an improvable crop, meaning they have a variety of quality levels. The seeds and resulting crop can be improved with fertilizer. For more informations, see farming.