Tomato Seeds - Beefmaster Hybrid


Non-GMO Beefmaster Hybrid Tomato Seeds from True Leaf Market are the seeds to grow if you want large, meaty red tomatoes that weigh over 1 lb. each. The indeterminate vines produce continuously throughout the season, so you can eat the tomatoes fresh and use them as the base of your sauces, salsas, and stews. Don't forget to stake or use a tomato cage with this variety, as you'll want to make sure the heavy fruit stays off the ground. Mountain Valley Seed Co. is a small, independent, family-operated seed company. 80 days to maturity.


Growing Beefmaster Hybrid Tomato Vegetable Garden Seeds

Beefmaster Hybrid Tomato Seed Growth Habits:

Beefmaster hybrid tomato seeds grow strong, indeterminate vines. Heavy fruit that often weighs over 1 lb. makes the Beefmaster tomato variety one you should support with a tomato cage or stake. Staking also allows proper airflow, which can help prevent fungal diseases.

The Beefmaster tomato is a variety of Beefsteak tomato, which produces large, meaty, oblate fruit.

Beefmaster tomato seeds do well when you start them indoors roughly 6 to 8 weeks before your last frost date. They also require full sun and consistent watering to produce their large fruit.

Various Uses for Beefmaster Tomatoes:

Beefmaster hybrid tomatoes are very meaty, which makes them great for cooking up sauces and stews. In addition, the sweet, mild tomato flavor of Beefmaster tomatoes, makes them ideal for slicing and eating them fresh on burgers and sandwiches.

Beefmaster Hybrid Tomato Benefits:

Like most red tomatoes, the Beefmaster hybrid tomato contains high levels of lycopene, an antioxidant that is good for the heart. Tomatoes are also a good source of Vitamin A, Vitamin B, Vitamin K, and calcium.

Additional Information:

Beefmaster hybrid tomatoes are part of the nightshade (Solanaceae) family, which makes them related to potatoes, peppers, eggplant, and tobacco. Because these plants can share certain diseases, tomatoes should not be grown in soil where another member of the Solanaceae family was grown the prior year.

While tomatoes are grown around the globe in greenhouses and backyard gardens, they originally come from Central and South America, so they prefer warm conditions and are not tolerant to frost.

Fresh tomatoes should not be refrigerated, as it can diminish their flavor. Instead, store them unwashed at room temperature and away from sunlight.

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