Big Beef Hybrid Tomato

Big Beef Hybrid Tomato

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5.0 (4 reviews)
1994 AAS Winner.(VFFNTASt) A miracle of modern breeding, combining traditionally delicious flavor with today's disease resistance. Many experts at the AAS trials described this variety as "the best tomato yet developed". A good choice to try in virtually any climate, readily overcoming adverse growing conditions and adapting easily to different environments. Coupled with old-fashioned, rich flavor, it features bred-in hybrid qualities: colossal fruit size and yield, uniformity and a full spectrum of disease resistance. Smooth fruits are globe-shaped, weighing 9 oz. to one pound.
30 seeds
1000 seeds
250 Seeds
Grafted Plant
4pk: Starter Plants

Product Details

: 12
: Spring
: 0.5
: Fertile, well-drained
: 4-6-8
: 2 -
: Fruit

Physical Details

: Green
: Red
: 7 to 21
: 73
: 24
: Yes
: Indeterminate
: Hybrid

Resistance Details

: Yes

Scientific Details

: Solanum
: lycopersicum
: Big Beef
Product Reviews
5.0 (4 reviews)
  • By jason s
    From Blue Lake, California
    I live in northern California- (Blue Lake, California) I planted these by seed and some did not make it. I planted them by seed in a flat with a plastic dome in my large outside greenhouse. Currently the plants that survived are about 6”-9” tall in 2 ½ months since planting them by seed. After consulting with Allen at TotallyTomatoes, he advised me on the best way to plant seeds and he sent replacements for the seeds that did not make it. I have followed his advice and am amazed at the results.
    Here is how I planted my most recent seeds and the results are amazing,
    I bought 2 Hot House Mini-Greenhouses similar to this one (product 86495) and put a 4’ fluorescent shop light 6” above the mini-Greenhouse and set it on a shelf in my garage. Then I planted a flat of Jalapenos was amazed at the results. In 11 days since I planted the seeds they were about 2” tall. I also recommend a digital temperature controller (product 53255) and set your temperature for 85 degrees for peppers.
    I then put the plants in a small greenhouse similar to this one (95263), and then I could put a blanket over it at night when it was suppose to freeze. With a blanket on the greenhouse the inside temp was roughly 9 degrees warmer at night which was perfect for tomatoes and peppers, and the zippers on the greenhouse allowed for air circulation during the hottest part of the day so the greenhouse would not get to hot. I also have a large greenhouse, but with the small greenhouse I can control the temperature easier than in my large greenhouse.
    I was so impressed with the results that I bought my mom the same kind of setup last week. My mom is super excited to see the results of the mini-greenhouse with the heating pad because she has been trying 10 years to get tomatoes and peppers to grow by seed where she lives on the Oregon Coast with little luck.
    Thanks for replacing the seeds that did not make it and for providing me the advice on how to best grow seeds and the equipment I can use to quickly produce strong and healthy plants. I am looking forward to buying seeds every year through this company because you guys have the best quality customer service and the willingness to help a beginner gardener.
  • By David S
    From Angola, IN
    Each Spring, vor the past 15 years, I've grown about 14 tomato cultivars
    (to the height of 5 - 8 inches) ... then sell them at our church's annual plant sale middle of May. Feed back from buyers rave about the
    Big Beef Hybrid. And I've been asked to grow more of them !!!!
  • By Bob G
    From Lawtons, NY
    The best big tomato I've ever grown. No more experimenting with my main crop.
  • By Brad S
    From Williams, IA