Tomato San Marzo Nano.

Tomato San Marzo Nano.

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San Marzano tomatoes are, without doubt, gods of the tomato world. And, like any other god, they have their own creation myth: the story goes that the first San Marzano seed came to Italy in 1770 as a gift from the Viceroyalty of Perù to the Kingdom of Naples. They were first grown in San Marzano sul Sarno village and have since become known as ‘the most important industrial tomato of the twentieth century’. With its firm, thick flesh and sweet taste, this variety was found to be perfect for the manufacture and exportation of pelati (peeled, tinned whole tomatoes), which have become popular all over the world. Indeed, pizza and pasta would not be the same without these distinctive, pointy, bright-red fruits. And this dwarf, determinate edition is no less than a god in miniature!

LATIN NAME 
Solanum lycopersicum

NAME 
Tomato

VARIETY 
San Marzano nano

QUANTITY 
200 seeds

PLANT SIZE 
Height 90 cm 
Width 45 cm

CONTAINER SIZE 
Height 30 cm 
Width 30 cm

COMPANION PLANT 
Basils, nasturtium, okra, garlic chives, borage, mints

SOWING 
Indoor Feb-Mar 
Outdoor Apr-May

TIMING 
Germination 10-20 days 
Harvesting 60-80 days

SPACING 
When sowing 1-2 cm; Depth 0,5 cm 
When transplanting 3-5 cm

GROWING 
Sunligth Full sun. 
Soil Well-drained, light and fertile soil. 
Watering Regular watering, up to twice a day. 
Feeding Heavy feeder.

CARING 
Expert tip It is well known that compact varieties can become messy as a plant grows. Support the plant with a single, stout stake and prune out all side stems by simply snapping off the suckers with your fingers.

SUPPORTING 
Pollinators
Although tomatoes are self-pollinating plants, pollinators will increase fruit set.. 
Pests
The strong smells of onions and garlic will deter pests from the area around a tomato plant.

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