Tomato 'Dwarf Andy's Forty'

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2 €

PACKAGING: Sachet Zip lock 12 - 15 SEEDS

1. Original Name: Dwarf Andy’s Forty.

2. History: Bred by the Dwarf Tomato Project. In 2012, a member of this project named Sherry Long crossed German Red Strawberry with Dwarf Stone. The remaining stabilization effort was carried out by Susan Oliverson, who named this variety. Released in 2017.

3. Plant Specifications: Mid-season. A good choice for growing outdoors and in a greenhouse. Semi-determinate large dwarf bush growing up to 3.3-4 feet (100-120 cm) tall. Large rugose regular leaf. Regular truss, 5-6 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: Round to oblate fruits with barely visible and shallow ribs near the stem end. Weight: 3.5-5.3 oz. (100-150 g).

6. Color: Red and brown with olive-green and grass-green streaks and stripes. Dark red in a cut with greenish seed cavities.

7. Flavor Profile: A nice and well-balanced taste. Sweetness and tartness are not pronounced and these fruits are rather refreshing. Pleasant tomato flavor. The walls are thick and the flesh is rather sugary.

8. Culinary Use: A good choice for fresh salads, slicing, side dishes, sauces and paste. The fruits look good in cans.

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