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Big News in Tomato-Land:‘Rutgers 250’ Tomato Seeds Go on Sale
Home gardeners, get ready for the chance to plant a little New Jersey nostalgia in your backyard this spring. The Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station (NJAES) recently released the new “Rutgers 250” tomato seeds for sale, introducing an improved version of the classic Rutgers tomato – which is what most people think of as the Jersey tomato. The tomato seeds can be purchased through the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station’s website, but are in very limited supply, said Tom Orton, a professor in the Department of Plant Biology and Pathology.