Today, I sowed Kumato, but it seems little bit late to start tomato growing in July, but I tried it anyhow. First, I bought the Kumato from the supermarket then cut in half and, squeeze in a paper towel, and the seed will come out. After spreading and drying on the paper towel, the Kumatos’ seeds, 3-4 seeds of the paper sheet are carefully clipped by scissors. then in each little plastic pot, fill 2/3 of the sowing soil, put the paper with the tomato seeds on it, then covered with the soil on it, and give it water.
I will update the new photos after 2-3 weeks with the result. Kumato is a brown dwarf tomato, but it is very delicious. The method of sowing seeds on a paper towels was successful in many years. This method is the easiest and the germination rate is high. I Only used 2-3 Kumatos to extract the seeds (I got 100 seeds)