Legend

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Developed at Oregon State University by Dr. James Baggett and Dr. Jim Myers. Some resistance to late-blight, but not immune under harsh conditions. Gardeners can expect a 2-3 week longer harvest period than susceptible tomato cultivars. Legend produces amazingly sweet tomatoes with just the right amount of acid – a great balancing act. Sets fruit well under cool temperatures and contains very few seeds. Large, round, glossy red fruits measure 4-5”. Determinate, 65 days.

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Additional information

Seed Type

Conventional

Latin Name:

Solanum lycopersicum

Germination:

7-14 days

Maturity:

65 days from transplant

Ripe Color

Red

Fruit Size

Medium-Large Slicer

Growth Habit

Determinate

Support Needed

Cage, stake, or trellis

Exposure:

Full Sun

Planting Method

Transplanting recommended. Start seeds indoors 4-6 weeks before last frost. Set out when all danger of frost has passed and soil has warmed.

Planting Depth:

1/4"

Spacing

Space plants 24" apart in rows 3-4 feet apart.

Seed Count

+/- 11,500 per ounce; 184,550 per pound

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Dr. Jim Myers is a professor of vegetable breeding and genetics at the Oregon State University’s department of horticulture. He develops improved vegetable varieties, with a focus on varieties that are well-adapted for home gardeners and large scale growers in the Pacific Northwest. In addition to other tomato and bean cultivars, he was a co-breeder of the popular ‘Legend’ Tomato.

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