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Alpatieva 905A Tomato
Alpatieva 905A Tomato
Alpatieva 905A Tomato
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Alpatieva 905A Certified Naturally Grown Seed
65 days, determinate — The fruits are good flavored, red in color, two to five ounces in weight, globe to oblate shaped, on dwarf plants with rugose leaves that reach eighteen to twenty four inches tall.

It is a Russian commercial variety that was sent to us by seed saver, Andrey Baranovski of Minsk (BELR BA A). Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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Will grow these again!
This was our first time growing determinate tomatoes. Though the plants took a long time to grow big, it was worth the wait. The plants were nicely shaped and produced a ton of beautiful red tomatoes. They had nice flavor and didn't split or spoil. Mine were small in size and much redder than the photo shown. I froze a bunch of whole ones this year and have used them in chili. They have been great! My plants got teeny white bugs all over them at the end of the season when I ignored them for a while and I pulled then out early but this year I'll keep better eye.
Reviewed by: Joe DeMeo from NW, Indiana. on 2/5/2014
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