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Hybrid Tomatoes

Tomato - Hybrid

A hybrid tomato is the result of a controlled cross-pollination between two "parent" tomato plants, both with desirable characteristics like durability, disease resistance, higher yields, and more uniform fruits. None of our hybrid tomatoes are genetically modified (GMO). Gurney's does not sell any GMO seed.

What is the difference between hybrid and open pollinated tomatoes?

The main difference between a hybrid tomato and an open pollinated tomato is that hybrid tomatoes are a controlled cross of two different tomato varieties and open pollinated tomatoes have parents of the same variety.

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