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Orange Minsk Tomato
'Orange Minsk' tomatoes.
Orange Minsk Tomato
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Orange Minsk Certified Naturally Grown Seed

90 days, indeterminate — These orange beefsteak-type fruits are huge (up to thirty six ounces). They tend to have less juice than other beefsteak types and are very meaty.

'Orange Minsk' was sent to us by seed saver, Andrey Baranovski of Minsk, Belarus (BELR BA A). He told us that he obtained this Belorussian heirloom from and old woman at the Minsk Farmer's Market in 2006. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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Not sure on this one.
Not sure on this one. Had some good ones and some really gnarly ones. May need to keep them more isolated?

VSC NOTES: Hi there. If you are saving seed and you have a lot of pollinating insect activity with little else for they to visit, then isolating by some distance (20-30 feet) with some barrier in between would be desirable. By "gnarly," if you are referring to some of the giant monster fruits that it sets, this is a typical phenomenon with many "Beefsteak-types" formed by double blossoms. FYI, since this generally only happens early in the season, those big double blossoms can look attractive to insects so we recommend eating them and not saving seeds from those particular fruits. Hope that this helps. ~Mike
Reviewed by: Sandra Flagg from arkansas, ozarks. on 1/9/2015
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