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Sausage Tomato
Sausage Tomato
Sausage Tomato
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Sausage Certified Naturally Grown Seed
70 days, indeterminate — These are an interesting addition to your tomato collection. The fruits are unusually shaped, as the name implies, and can grow up to six inches long. The flavorful meat is excellent for catsup or other tomato sauces. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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Excellent paste tomato
This is the third season I have grown the Sausage tomato, and it is the finest paste tomato I have grown in Phoenix. Sausage sets flowers early in large bracts of more than five, and its indeterminate growth provides the perfect self-shade from our Phoenix sun. The fruit matures over time, so it's easy to keep up with the production, and has less blossom-end rot than any tomato I have grown here in the desert. The mature fruit holds well for a day or two even in 110-degree weather. It is a very meaty fruit with excellent flavor, and a low ratio of seeds, nicely balanced between acid and sugar. It dries well in the sun, holds its flavor in cooking, and makes the richest and most flavorful tomato paste of any variety I've tried. The perfect tomato.
Reviewed by: Tyler Storey from Phoenix, Arizona. on 6/29/2015
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