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Help identify a tomato plant!?!

Posted by HarrisonF 6a (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 4, 14 at 16:50

I got this tomato plant from a friend and it seems to be at full height since it is already fruiting. The plant is about 4-6 inches high and probably 4 inches around. The tomatos are about around as a quarter...maybe even a nickel. The fruit has a very strong flavor. Any help with identifying this plant would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!! (I know it's not in the best shape, it was used by my friend to see how it reacts to constant flooding)


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Fruiting annuals that are highly stressed can prematurely set fruit at small size.

There are dwarf varieties of tomatoes.

Posting on the Tomato Forum might get specific answers.


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The friend I got it from said that this is its mature height, hmm I just posted asking in the tomato section, hopefully someone knows!! Thanks!


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check back here and let us know if you get an ID

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The comments in Tomato were... unknown variety of micro or dwarf tomato. A Sweet N Neat varietal was mentioned.


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