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Moravsky Div Tomato
'Moravsky Div' tomatoes.
Moravsky Div Tomato
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Moravsky Div Certified Naturally Grown Seed

70 days, indeterminate — The potato leaf plants are a very compact, indeterminate type that produce large amounts of red, globe shaped, two ounce fruits. It is a very good tasting fruit.

It was originally released by Moravoseed in Czechoslovakia and is reportedly a strain of 'Stupice'. The name 'Moravsky Div' translates from Czech as "The Wonder from Moravia."

We received our original seed from Dr. Carolyn Male (NY MA C) in 2010 who received the variety from Andrey Baranovski of Minsk, Belarus in 2008. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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Good, early salad tomato.
A nice size for salads, and early in the season. A bit better taste and production than Stupice, from which it was supposedly derived. It continued producing for me well into September.
Reviewed by: Don Shirer from Connecticut, Z6. on 1/16/2017
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