Tomato 'Dwarf Wild Spudleaf'

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2 €

PACKAGING: Sachet Zip lock 12 - 15 SEEDS

1. Original Name: Dwarf Wild Spudleaf.

2. History: Developed by Vince Lavallo in 2008 as a cross between Dwarf Wild Fred and Spudakee. Its first name was Frosty. After stabilization, it was selected by Craig LeHoullier who named it 'Dwarf Wild Spudleaf'. Released in 2015.

3. Plant Specifications:
Mid-season. A good choice for growing outdoors and in a greenhouse. Firm and short dwarf bush, determinate, growing up to 2.6 feet (80 cm) tall. Large potato leaf. Regular truss, 4-5 fruits per truss.

4. Training Instructions: No pruning is required. It is recommended just to tie the longest stems and to remove the bottom leaves as they grow so that the bush could get a good airflow and could not become too branchy.

5. Shape and Weight: Beefsteak fruits, sometimes with shallow ribs near the stem end. Weight: 3.5-7 oz. (100-200 g).

6. Color: Dark red and purple with greenish seed cavities in a cut.

7. Flavor Profile: Nice taste being sweet and slightly tart with a pleasant flavor. The flesh is firm and the walls are thick but there is enough juice as well.

8. Culinary Use:
A good choice for fresh salads, slicing and side dishes. Large fruits are perfect for juices and sauces while smaller fruits will be a good choice for canning.

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