70 days, determinate — The regular leaf plants of 'Siletz' are early maturing and produce red fruit that are large (up to a pound), with the first to mature being nearly seedless (parthenocarpic). They have a good, mild, slightly tart flavor and are a good early slicing tomato. 'Siletz' was bred by Dr. James Baggett of Oregon State University and released in 1994. Each packet contains 10 seeds.
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