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Improved Gurney Girl II (VFNT) Hybrid Tomato
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Improved Gurney Girl II (VFNT) Hybrid Tomato

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Our Customers All-Time Flavor Favorite

Folks tell us they love the taste of this Gurney's exclusive— and the huge yields of 7 to 8 oz. red fruits. Sets the standard for mid season tomatoes. Indeterminate. 72 DAYS.

Zones: 3 - 9 annual
Height: about 6 -8 ft tall
Shade Requirement: full sun
Germination: 8 - 10 days

Improved Gurney Girl II (VFNT) Hybrid Tomato - Pkt
  • 70510
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  • Price

  • For each offer ordered, get approx. 30 seeds.
  • $6.99
Improved Gurney Girl II (VFNT) Hybrid Tomato - Plant
  • 64548
  • Quantity
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  • For each offer ordered, get 3 plants.
  • Out of Stock

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Improved Gurney Girl II (VFNT) Hybrid Tomato Product Details

Botanical Name: Lycopersicon lycopersicum

Height: about 6 -8 ft tall

Spacing: 18--24 inches between plants, 3 - 5 feet between rows

Depth: 1/4 inch

Spread: Indeterminate Vines

Sun/Shade: full sun

Yield: 100 lbs/100 foot row

Days To Maturity: approx. 72 days from transplant

Soil Requirements: Rich, Deep, well-drained pH 5.5 - 6.8

Seed Count: Approx. 30 seeds per packet

Size: 7 - 8 oz.

Comments: Start seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before planting outdoors. Plant outdoors after any chance of frost is past (may use Wall 'O Water to plant earlier). When transplanting, set the plant deep, up to the first true leaves, by digging a deep hole or digging a trench and laying the plant on its side in the trench. The stem will develop roots along its length. Cultivate shallowly and frequently to control weeds. May mulch to control weeds and conserve moisture. Plants should be staked or caged to support branches and keep fruit off the ground. Plants can be closer together and will develop larger fruit. Prune by cutting out suckers (auxiliary shoots between the stems and the leaves) to produce larger fruit. Fruit also ripens earlier since the sun can reach it more easily. Fertilize at planting time. Water deeply, plants also respond well to trickle or drip irrigation. Indeterminate varieties are usually sliced. Determinate varieties are usually used for canning since they ripen at about the same time. Harvest by picking when fruit is fully ripe, flavor is better when ripened on the vine. If early frost threatens in fall, covering the plants with burlap or blankets at night may help extend the harvest season.

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2012-01-05
Delicious Tomatoes
Reviewed By: Lu (Fargo, ND)
We loved these tomatoes. Each plant produced lots of flavorful tomatoes and the plants were disease free. I'll be purchasing these plants again.


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2011-11-27
Still growing at Thanksgiving!
Reviewed By: Nichole Kirschstein (Fort Worth, TX)
Planted 2nd week of April 2011. Got about 10 Tomatoes at 60 days before we hit 100+ degree weather. Kept them alive through the 110 F summer and began pruning/fertilizing again in September when temps dropped in to the 90s. Thanksgiving day we had about 40 growing. These are heavy producers, just need to get the timing right for my area.


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2011-01-05
best in the west
Reviewed By: Diana Dirt (Salem, OR)
2010 was a short and cool summer in the Northwest. When no one else's were producing, my Gurney Girls were going to town! I had 9 plants and gave away well over 200 lbs of fruit. Not including what I kept. My friends mom said they are the best she's had since the 1940's.


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2007-02-23
High Plains 'Maters
Reviewed By: Ted (Cody, Wy)
I've had great luck with this tomato. Tried oregon spring, cold set, early girl, and a lot of other varieties, but this puts out more fruit, better flavor and more vigor than any other I've tried.. I'm at 5000', with a 90 day growing season in alkaline sandy loam soil. I start my plants indoors, moving them out around June 1. The original seed keeps well for several seasons under co2 gas in a closed jar. Too bad Gurneys won't sell the seed in quantity anymore, but only in teensy packets.


Improved Gurney Girl II (VFNT) Hybrid Tomato - Pkt
  • 70510
  • Quantity
  • Price

  • For each offer ordered, get approx. 30 seeds.
  • $6.99
Improved Gurney Girl II (VFNT) Hybrid Tomato - Plant
  • 64548
  • Quantity
  • Price

  • For each offer ordered, get 3 plants.
  • Out of Stock


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