Common Name: Slicer
Blooming Season: Late Spring, Summer
Plant Habit: Columnar
Characteristics: Heat Tolerant
Fertilize: Once a month
Height: 30 - 36" (76 - 91cm)
Width: 24 - 30" (61 - 76cm)
General Information: Big, meaty fruit on extra-early, compact, 24-in. (60-cm) plants.
Can be grown staked, but not essential; best when staked.
9-12 oz. (255-340 g) fruits.
65 days to maturity.
Blossoms and fruit develop progressively, and the harvest lasts several months.
Idea & Tips: Water thoroughly twice per week, and try to water early in the day so that plants will dry off before evening.
Tomatoes prefer regular feeding once the fruit sets, but too much early in the season will grow a large plant with fewer tomatoes.
Mulching helps ensure an even supply of moisture.
Days to Harvest: 65
Fruit Size: 9 to 12 oz. (255 to 340 g)
Disease Resistance: F,N,V
Grower Information: Get big, meaty fruits on compact plants, perfect for container gardening. Bush Champion II matures extra early, bearing fruits with a beautiful, bright red color and full flavor.