Why Grow Hybrid Tomatoes?
Hybrid tomatoes are often bred to have improved disease resistance, higher yields and more uniform fruits than open-pollinated tomatoes.
The difference between a hybrid tomato and an open pollinated tomato is that hybrid tomatoes are a controlled cross of two different tomato varieties; an open pollinated tomato has parents of the same variety.
None of our tomatoes are genetically modified (GMO). Gurney's does not sell any GMO seed.
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