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Oroma Tomato
Oroma tomato fruit.
Oroma Tomato
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Oroma Certified Naturally Grown Seed

80 days, determinate — An early maturing, red-colored paste tomato with firm fruit that are easy to pick and to peel. Keeps well on and off plant. The first fruits are mostly seedless (parthenocarpic).

Released by Oregon State University in 1993. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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Excellent flavor, heavy producer
Love this tomato! Heavy producer of excellent quality tomatoes, no cracking, even in intermittently watered areas. I used this one for both canning and fresh eating. Disease free in my garden all season long and kept producing right up until frost. This will be my second year growing these and I'm planting double what I did last year for sure!
Reviewed by: kristina mulbrook from KCMO . on 1/26/2015
I germinated 60 of these Oroma Tomato plants and culled out all but 33. I transplanted the 33 into a 50' row this spring and I still have 33 plants in August. All I an say is Good Lord man these tomatoes are prolific. They are simply loaded up with roma tomatoes and yes they are delicious in salsa, sauce and paste. My grand kids eat them whole and are constantly asking me for more, which doesn't seem to be a problem, since we are elbow deep in roma's thanks to Victory Seeds. At first the plants appeared to be weak and sparse in there growing habit. Although once the heat set in, the stems thickened up and they took off like a rocket. Be prepared to stake and tie these plants off. Mine are now over 5 feet tall and they keep me busy. Oroma is not what I would consider a heavy feeder, I fertilized once with 12-12-12 at transplant time. Once they took off the leaves grew dark green and are still dark green. Thanks Victory Seeds - you sold me on these oroma tomatoes I will plant these again next year (so make sure you save me a couple of packs of seeds) I think they may become a mainstay in my garden.
Reviewed by: Jeff Mills from Zone 6 Southern IL. on 7/30/2013
Excellent for the North
Staked and mulched these plants each had hundreds of tomatoes ripen with no bugs or diseases. Great for salsa, sauce, and make a sweet dried treat!
Reviewed by: Clifford Ward from 49*N 9m N of Northport, Wa. 1850' elevation. on 3/24/2012
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