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The development of a tomato from seed to fruit

At NatureFresh Farms, they grow many different varieties of tomatoes, and they come in different colors, shapes, and various sizes.

"One of the greatest joys of growing tomatoes is the moment when the first fruit start turning color and we know that the harvesting time for those plants is beginning!" In the video below, NatureFresh plant health specialist Danielle Ferreira explains the whole process of developing a tomato, from seed to fruit. 

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Publication date: 6/16/2017



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