Jazz is a beautiful pink beefsteak tomato with yellow stripes.
It is a highly productive indeterminate variety that does very well when planted in the ground and given lots of space to grow in. Staking is recommended for the very large plants. Jazz produces prolifically, starting at about 75 days after transplant.
Jazz has outstanding sweet, bright flavor. The fruits are not prone to catfacing, and they are more durable and slower-ripening compared to most heirloom beefsteak varieties. While Jazz plants are vigorous, they are susceptible to Early Blight and Septoria Leafspot, so a combination of drip irrigation, later planting and agressive pruning of affected leaves is recommended for heavy harvests.
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