Seedless Tomato - Knowledgebase Question

Ubly, MI
Question by girl4
May 2, 1999
Since I can no longer eat tomato seeds, I am looking for seedless tomato plants rather than seeds.


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Answer from NGA
May 2, 1999

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Seedless tomatoes aren't completely seedless. The first fruits to develop have immature seeds. The last fruits to mature late in the season generally have viable seeds. (That's where the seeds come from for seedless tomatoes!) There are a few parthenocarpic (seedless) tomatoes available from Territorial Seed Company, PO Box 157, Cottage Grove, OR 97424-0061. Try their 'Oregon Spring' for a real taste treat.

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