Large elongated 4-5 oz. firm fruit offer good tolerance to Blossom End Rot and hold up well after picked. Great for sauce with heavy yields of solid fruits. Can be grown in open field or protected culture. High resistance to ToMV (races 0-2), Fusarium Wilt (races0-1) and Verticillium Wilt (race 0).
Seed Organic 50 Seeds: On backorder. Estimated due week of 01-23-23
Seed Organic 100 Seeds: On backorder. Estimated due week of 01-23-23
Approximately 169,340 seeds per pound
Soil temperature: 75 - 80 degrees fahrenheit
Seeding depth: 0.25 - 0.5 inches
Germination days: 6 - 14 days
Grow on temperature day: 60 - 65 degrees fahrenheit
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Review by Francesco M. on 23 Jul 2019review stating Beautiful but...
This year I decided to try Pozzano, a hybrid of San Marzano. So far I grew most types of San marzano successfully but Pozzano has some negatives, the positive is is the abundance of fruit, big production and healthy but on the negative side, the tomatoes get red when fully ripe but do not develop the typical tomato aroma that I remember in any Roma type tomato, also when picked very red off the vine the inside and it does not get fully ripened even after weeks after picking them all red, all my other tomatoes do and Pozzano is totally missing the flavor, the meat is also potatoe mushy. I will keep on growing other types of San Marzano after this. Franco M.
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Comments by Store Owner on Review by Francesco M. on 23 Jul 2019
Francesco, Thank you for your review of Tomato Pozzano F1 Organic. We are sorry to hear that it did not perform as you had expected. As a general rule, hybrid tomatoes are known to produce high yields of large fruits on disease resistant plants, but this benefit can come with a reduction in the complexity of aroma and flavor that is expected from open pollinated/heirloom types. Some growers look for the improved yields and disease resistance, while others are looking for traditional traits like aroma. We hope this information is helpful as you select varieties for this coming season, and that you can find one that has the best traits for you.
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Review by John F. on 9 Jan 2018review stating Pozzano tomatos
Great high producer Doctor it up the way you like it. 6 plants over 200 tomatoes.only get 6 and a half hours of sun, 4years hasn't let me down.
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