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

60 days, indeterminate — 'Moskvich', also sometimes sold as 'Moskovich' has vines that produce flavorful, four to six ounce, deep red, smooth, globe-shaped fruits. It is tolerant of cooler temperatures and starts producing very early in the season.

The name 'Moskvich' in Russian loosely translates to, "a person living in Moscow." Developed in the early 1970s at the famous N. I. Vavilov Institute of Plant Industry, Moscow, U.S.S.R. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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We try dozens of varieties of tomatoes each year and this is always one of our favorite tasting tomatoes. We grow it every year. We even grew it in containers last winter under a grow light and it produced terrific tomatoes, though not as many as outside in the full warm summer sun. However, considering our house in the winter is about 68F in the daytime and 10 degrees cooler at night, I'd say this tomato did very well in the winter, at these cool temperatures. Flicked the flowers to pollinate indoors.
Reviewed by: Steven Gruchawka from Connecticut. on 3/31/2015
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