Heatmaster Tomato

Heatmaster tomato resists heat and many common diseases to produce quality fruit in Southern gardens.
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Heatmaster Tomato

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Hydroponic Heatmasterss. Review by Robert
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I planted these in a Ebb & Flow hydroponic system and in 4 1/2 weeks they were nearly 5 feet tall and producing fruit. The temps have been running around 110 with heat index and the plants seem to love it. (Posted on 8/31/13)
FABULOUS PLANT Review by MOMA
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EASY TO GROW AS A CONTAINER TOMATO PLANT. YIELDS LOTS OF HEARTY AND TASTY TOMATOES, (Posted on 7/25/13)
Great plant Review by Linkman
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i hope it will get even better (Posted on 6/20/13)
Great tomato for hot weather Review by pennypat
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Found these last year at Home Depot and I hope they have them again. All my neighbors want to try them after tasting my tomatoes last year. I had so many I gave them to neighbors and still had enough for my own table and for making tomato sauce. A great find for hot weather gardening.
(Posted on 4/5/13)
Great for Florida temperatures. It's producing a bunch. Firm and tasty. Best I've ever raised in a pot. Review by Dr. Boo
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I planted the Heatmaster in a 18" high pot. It took off and has been producing great fruit for two months. The fruit is not quite baseball sized, but is firm, great color, and tasty. I've never had such a potted plant in Florida. No diseases, yet. (Posted on 11/22/12)
Heatmaster was the first to bear. Review by desert gal
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We are in the desert southwest w/ temps up to 105. Of the several varieties we planted, the Heatmaster was the first to give us a ripe, baseball-sized tomato. The plant is surviving the heat and wind well and looks lush. (Posted on 7/18/12)

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