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Danko Tomato
'Danko' tomatoes.
Danko Tomato
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Danko Certified Naturally Grown Seed

61 days, determinate — 'Danko' is a fairly early to mid-season variety. The fruits are red, heart-shaped, weigh three to fourteen ounces, and have a good flavor.

'Danko' is a Russian commercial variety bred at the Siberian Research Plant Breeding Institute. It was sent to us by Dr. Carolyn Male (NY MA C). Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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A Great Tomato!
Danko is a true overachiever this year. Lots of 10 oz. plus fruits on each plant. The large size is a real time bonus. We all like the flavor. I will definitely grow several of these again next year. Tomatoes are grown in Earthboxes under shelter.
Reviewed by: Rebecca Harrell from Oak Harbor, Washington. on 8/16/2017
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