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KBX Tomato Seeds

KBX Tomato Seeds

Regular price $ 4.99
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KBX tomato is the potato leaf version of Kellogg’s Breakfast. These two tomatoes are similar, except that I have found them to be a bit more prolific than the regular leafed version! KBX tomato is meaty, big, and sweet. It is a great selection as a main crop for tomato vendors. Plants are about 6 feet tall and produce high quantities of deep yellow, (16 to 24-ounce) fruits, that can really be used for many things.

This is an indeterminate tomato variety.

Plant Size: 6 Feet
Size: 1 pound average
Flavor: Sweet/Fruity


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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Perry Doles
Amazing tomato

Planted these in the Deep South last year. Regardless of a strange growing season (strangely dry summer and wet fall), these were by far our favorite. Made sure to take care of them, and they outgrew our 6 ft guide stakes rather quickly. Ended up outgrowing the upgraded 8 ft poles and kept going. They produced better than most of our other plants, giving us (from 2 plants) 15+ tomatoes, some over a pound. I don’t recall any blossom end rot like we got with some of our other tomatoes in the same bed. Very healthy plants and some of our heaviest producers of large slicing tomatoes. Wonderful delicate, somewhat tropical flavor. Will definitely plant again in this upcoming growing season.

Fred Voshake
Lbs seed

Will plant in spring, can’t review yet

Larry Stephenson
A personal favorite.

Grows well from seed. High germination rate.