Seeds are inherited and harvested from a Premium Strain of Huge Tomatoes.
Mortgage Lifter tomatoes are an open pollinated variety producing a huge fruit size of average 2 to 4 lb. The fruit is typically pinkish-red beefsteak-shaped best known for its taste.
Heirloom Organically Grown Mortgage Lifter is a variety of tomato that is prized for its large size, sweet taste, and high yield. It is considered an heirloom variety because it is open-pollinated, meaning it is not genetically modified or hybridized. Additionally, these seeds are certified organic, which means they are grown without the use of synthetic pesticides or fertilizers, ensuring a high-quality, safe and healthy crop.
The origin of the Mortgage Lifter tomato can be traced back to the 1930s, where it was developed by a West Virginia farmer named Ralph R. Weaver. He crossbred several different varieties of tomatoes to create a large, meaty tomato that could be sold for a premium price. He was able to pay off his mortgage with the profits from selling the tomatoes, hence the name "Mortgage Lifter". It has been gaining popularity in recent years among home gardeners and farmers alike for its large size, sweet taste, and high yield.
This heirloom variety is perfect for those looking to add a touch of flavor to their gardens and farms. These tomatoes are great for slicing and eating fresh, and are also great for canning and preserving. They are known for their high sugar content and their color can range from pink to red.
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