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Saucy Tomato
Saucy Tomato
Saucy Tomato
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Saucy Certified Naturally Grown Seed
85 days, determinate — Bred and introduced by Dr. James R. Baggett of Oregon State University in 1993.

It is an early maturing paste-type tomato.  The plants are very compact producing blocky, plum shaped fruits with solid flesh and very few seeds (parthenocarpic).  They are easy to pick and peel and keep well both on and off of the plant.  Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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A very pasty tomato. Keeps growing.
This is a very pasty tomato. It has far more flesh than a Roma tomato, the only paste tomatoes I have usually seen in the store. I would never have guessed the variety as determinate. The plant I have is currently over four feet tall and two feet wide, and continues to grow in both directions. Although I have only had a few tomatoes so far, there are dozens currently at full size that just need to ripen.
Reviewed by: Amber Schooley from Pomona, CA. on 8/16/2015
Great Tomato
This is a rich flavored, hardy (more meaty than juicy), super producing tomato.
Reviewed by: Denise Tadsen from Burleson, Texas. on 1/2/2013
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