The Q&A Archives: Seedless Tomatoes

Question: Is there such a thing as a seedless tomato plant?

Answer: Yes, seedless tomato varieties such as Santiam, Oregon Spring, Oregon Star, and Oregon Pride do exist, although generally they are grown commercially. Additional parthocarpic varities such as Carpy, Quasar, and Barry are used in indoor, hydroponic situations.

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