The Q&A Archives: Difference In Determinate And Indeterminate Tomatoes

Question: What is the dfference in determinate and indeterminate tomatoes?

Answer: Indeterminate tomatoes grow and bear all season until frost, on an ongoing basis. Determinate tomatoes bear their fruit over a concentrated period of time and then stop growing and stop bearing. If you are canning, for instance, you might prefer to grow a determinate type, if you primary interest is in fresh eating over a long season you might prefer an indeterminate type.

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