We ran a small test in 2015 to see what kind of results we would get planting a single cherry tomato. We started with a special large hole planting method and followed the complete fertility recommendations from International Ag Labs based on the soil test. The results were nothing short of amazing. At the end of August we counted 2,904 tomatoes and the final count when frost killed the plant we had 4,257 tomatoes on 166 clusters. This is an insane amount of tomatoes from one plant!

Everybody we’ve talked to has been very enthusiastic about the cherry tomato results. Some farmers said they’ve never seen such a large tomato plant, and were impressed with the flavor and sweetness. When they heard we’re going to scale to a very large test pilot, they expressed eagerness to stay in the loop and see the results.