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Technically it is not an old variety, as its history is not long enough yet. The Green Zebra tomato is not only tasty but it is unusual.
The Green Zebra's distinctive dark green and yellow stripes and simultaneous tangy and sweet taste have made it a favorite with chefs and restaurateurs.
To sow our green zebra tomato seeds we will follow a few simple steps that will guarantee our success.
To know the right moment to sow our seeds we have to know the climate of our area, tomato seedlings are sensitive to cold so their transplantation has to be carried out when there is no risk of frost, we will make the seedbed about 2 months before the date we wait for the last frost.
We will make the seedbed indoors, for this we will use a good quality substrate, with enough nutrients for the plants to grow strong in their first stage.
We will bury the seed approximately 1 cm and we will keep the substrate moist.
We will place the seedbed in a warm place, the temperature of the substrate must be at least 15ºC for our seeds to germinate correctly, after about 7 days we will see the sprout appear.
Once the first sprout appears, we will take our seedbed to a bright place, otherwise the plant will rhyme.