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How many cherry tomatoes is a tomato?
Cherry tomato weight around 15gr and regular tomato 200gr so it around 13 cherry tomato in a tomato. But the cherry tomato plant will give half in weight of the total production of a regular beef tomato plant.
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The fruit of grape tomatoes are smaller by about a half, more elongated, sweeter, lower in water content and have thicker skin than cherry tomatoes. This has made them p…opular for use in salads as they are easier to manage than the larger, juicier cherry tomatoes. Horticulturally, they grow in long clusters - yes, like a grape! - with a longer growing season. Unlike cherry tomatoes, they won't ripen any further once picked. They are a cross between Roma, teardrop, and cherry tomatoes. The variety commonly sold in supermarkets is an F1 hybrid.
http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/5ADAY/Pages/Portionsizes.aspx "Salad vegetables Three sticks of celery, a 5cm piece of cucumber, one medium tomato or seven cherry tomatoes."
Yes they can.
8-10 depending on size
The average number of seeds in a cherry tomato is 25-40 seeds.
anywhere from 5-8 grams
About 60 calories or so.
Water approximately once every two days and fertilize every two weeks with liquid fertilizer
Because the lycopene realised when cooking is more potent than the larger normal tomatoes
I'd guess about 15.
Yes, but only if you cut the cherry tomato/ grape tomato into fourths. Be sure to only give them one fourth, otherwise it's to much acid for them to digest. Hope this helps! :…) Has two female rats
Cans come in different sizes. But typically, it would be about a dozen.
An average cherry tomato is 5 grams. 250 grams is 50 cherry tomatoes
Most small cans have 34 tomatoes.
Cherry tomatoes, like all tomatoes, are not healthy for rabbits. The leaves, vines, and stems are toxic. The fruit is not toxic, but it isn't a normal part of a healthy rabbit…'s diet. A bite or two of cherry tomato once a week or so should be okay (assuming your rabbit is healthy), but it isn't necessary. Rabbits should mostly eat hay, with some pellets and fresh greens daily. See the related links/questions below for more details.