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Russian Red Tomato
Russian Red Tomato
Russian Red Tomato
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Russian Red Certified Naturally Grown Seed
75 days, tree-type — It will grow in marginal conditions (very hardy), is a tree-type plant with rugose leaves, and reaches about five feet high. The fruits are red, small, and juicy with a great flavor.

Bred at the Levin Agricultural Research Centre (New Zealand) in 1943 and released in 1949. Commercially it was not popular as the fruit was "too small". It became the most popular New Zealand home garden variety. Sent to us by Glenn Parker of New Zealand. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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Nice shape, color, texture. Nice tangy yet mild flavor. Does seem hearty. Has not cracked. More like 90 days here. With that said I will try another variety next year. This one did not stand out in flavor. Lacked the sweetness.
Reviewed by: Mary Leistikow from Western colorado. on 8/16/2012
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