Oroma

A very nice red paste tomato. The first fruits are usually parthenocarpic (nearly seedless) and are firm with thick meaty walls for making nice thick sauce. They have no issues with cracking and keep well on and off the vine so are ready to process when you are and are easy to pick and peel .Pointy fruit grow in clusters of 4-7 and average 4 oz and 1 ¼ x 4 or 5”. Flavor is delicious, great for both fresh use and salsa and also for processing. The compact 3” plants are vigorous and need staking to support the heavy yields they produce.

Story:

Developed by Dr. James Baggett and team and released by Oregon State University in 1993.

Color: Red
Shape: Paste
Maturity: 70- 80 Days
Plant Type: Determinate
Leaf Type: Regular
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