Growing Zones 3 to 9
Page Number 15
Planting Season Spring
Fertilizer Type 4-6-8
Light Requirements Full Sun
Fragrant n
Edible Parts Fruit
Foliage Color Green
Fruit Color Red
Germination 7 to 21
Maturity 75
Spacing 2 ft
Determinate|Indeterminate Determinate
Hybrid / Open Pollinated: Hybrid
Disease Resistant y
Genus Solanum
Species lycopersicum
Subspecies Mountain Merit
Common Name Tomato, Mountain Merit Hybrid 

Tomato, Mountain Merit Hybrid 

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(VFFFN GLS) 75 Days. 2014 AAS Winner. A praise-worthy variety offering multiple resistances not typically combined in most varieties. Deep red, 8 to 10 oz, fruits are firm, oblate to flattened, with generally smooth blossom end scars - makes the perfect slicing tomato. A fresh market variety with excellent resistance to cracking. Determinate.


Growing Zone: 3 to 9

Light Requirements: Full Sun

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State Restrictions

AK;CA;HI

Growing Zones 3 to 9
Page Number 15
Planting Season Spring
Fertilizer Type 4-6-8
Light Requirements Full Sun
Fragrant n
Edible Parts Fruit
Foliage Color Green
Fruit Color Red
Germination 7 to 21
Maturity 75
Spacing 2 ft
Determinate|Indeterminate Determinate
Hybrid / Open Pollinated: Hybrid
Disease Resistant y
Genus Solanum
Species lycopersicum
Subspecies Mountain Merit
Common Name Tomato, Mountain Merit Hybrid 

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Good for hot humid climate
Dec 21, 2023  |  By Kathleen Crighton
Grown in New Orleans, Zone 9B, for several years. They hold up well in the heat and humidity. We have the ideal climate for all kinds of diseases, so I pick seeds that have a lot of letters behind their names! Mountain Merit does well. It comes back in the cooler season and produces again.

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Mountain Merit
Jan 11, 2024  |  By Carole Williams
Been growing MM for at least 6 years!! The disease resistance is hard to beat. I find it semi determinate and it lasts later than expected. I am canning this tomato. It is also mighty tasty!!! We had a bad disease year in 2023 and my MM held up great!! Happy with the yields!!! Ordering again!

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