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Martha Stewart Living 600 mg Beefsteak Tomato Seed
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Martha Stewart Living

600 mg Beefsteak Tomato Seed

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Martha Stewart Living 600 mg Beefsteak Tomato Seed is organic and produces tall plants that host impressive tomatoes. Weighing up to 2 lb., they are good for slicing and high in vitamins A and C.

  • Grows best in full sun
  • 11 weeks to maturity
  • Allow 24 in. between seeds
  • 72 - 96 in. mature height
  • High in vitamins A and C

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Why are my Martha Stewart organic beefsteak tomatoes dark colored inside? Is that normal?

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Thanks for your question and it's not normal for our beefsteak tomato to be dark colored inside or different in color than the skin. Without looking at the tomato it sounds like you may have black mold. In this case the mold has entered internally through cracks or as a result of blossom-end rot. Pending on your pH you can add lime to help correct or if your pH levels are correct we would suggest Read More
Thanks for your question and it's not normal for our beefsteak tomato to be dark colored inside or different in color than the skin. Without looking at the tomato it sounds like you may have black mold. In this case the mold has entered internally through cracks or as a result of blossom-end rot. Pending on your pH you can add lime to help correct or if your pH levels are correct we would suggest using gypsum at the proper amounts to correct this condition. Another option is take it to your local county extension agent and they will be able view and guide you in the right direction. Sorry it is happening to you, weather this season has been tough to overcome some issues and our best to you in correcting. Read Less
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