How Long Does It Take a Tomato to Ripen?

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The length of time it take for a tomato to ripen varies. It depends on how much light a tomato is getting or how much ethylene a certain tomato has. Temperature is also a main factor in which a tomato ripens. The average time for a tomato to ripen is 2 to 3 weeks. The size may also be a main factor to how long a tomato will take to ripen. There are many different tomatoe varieties such as cherry tomatoes, green tomatoes, and regular red tomatoes.
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