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Bradley Tomato
'Bradley' tomatoes.
Bradley Tomato
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Bradley Certified Naturally Grown Seed

80 days, semi-determinate — 'Bradley' is a short stake type of plant with heavy foliage cover. The fruits are pink with green shoulders average in the eight to twelve ounce range and have excellent fresh market qualities.

This variety was originally sent to us by David Pendergrass from Tennessee whose family has been raising it commercially on their farm since its introduction. It is still a very popular and requested variety in their area.

Although they exhibit Fusarium wilt resistance, they can crack. Released in 1961 by Dr. Joe McFerran of the University of Arkansas. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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A wonderfully and consistently delicious tomato
I'm originally from Southern California and moved to TN nine years ago. I'd never heard of a BRADLEY tomato but those from this area usually plant them. I decided to give them a try also and so glad I did. They're a pretty pink, roundish, tomato that has a very nice sweet and mild flavor. I only planted one and it's been producing tomatoes to pick every day. The Bradley tomato should be planted in your garden as it's an absolutely perfect tomato that's quite delicious.
Reviewed by: Tamera Marcus from Columbia, TN. on 7/29/2016