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Basic Collection Information and Status
Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum, Solanaceae)
Cultural Affiliation   n/a
Collection Site   Chiapas, Mexico (latitude: n/a; altitude: n/a)
Collection Year   1985
Accession Status   Active
Catalog Information and Instructions
Chiapas WildTM004
One of our favorite tomatoes! From southern Mexico, the fruits are sweet and flavorful. Fruit size is typically half an inch in diameter. The sprawling bushes are prolific throughout the summer. Self-seeding.
Current availability of this variety is summarized below. We encourage the use of these seeds to benefit humanity and strive to facilitate access through a number of channels.
        Seeds of this variety are not currently available for distribution. If you are interested in this accession for research, seed increase, or repatriation purposes, please contact us.
Collection Site
Collection locality information is not available for this accession.
Climate information is not available for this accession.
The Native Seeds/SEARCH digital photo collection for this accession is provided below.
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Characterization and Evaluation
There are currently no observational data available for this accession. If you have made observations of this accession and are willing to share them, please contact us.
Tomato IntroductionCultivation InstructionsSeed Saving Instructions
Originally domesticated in the Andean region of South America, the modern cultural and nutritional importance of tomatoes worldwide is difficult to exaggerate.In the spring, plant seeds directly in the garden 1/4 inch deep, or start indoors and transplant. Allow 15 inches between plants.Flowers are both insect and self-pollinated, and varieties can cross. To remove seeds, puree ripe fruit with water in blender. Pulp will rise and seeds will sink.
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