Tomato "Boloto"

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PACKAGING: Ziplock bag 12 - 15 SEEDS

1. Original Name: Болото, or Boloto (Swamp).

2. History: Developed by the Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy. Entered on the State Register of the Russian Federation in 2004. Introduced and bred by GISOK Selection and Seed Production Company. A Russian commercial variety.
First offered for the Seed Savers 2007 Yearbook by Neil Lockhart of Oblong, Illinois.

3. Plant Specifications: Early maturity, approximately 90-110 days after transplanting. Perfect for growing both in a greenhouse and outdoors. Resistant to the major common diseases. Indeterminate, tall bush, growing up to 6 feet (180 cm) tall. Thick and firm stem. Large regular leaf. Regular or double truss. The first truss is formed above the ninth leaf, and subsequent trusses are formed above the leaves being the next but three.

4. Training Instructions: Can be trained to one or two main stems. Pruning and staking are a must. Staking may be necessary for the first trusses of fruits.

5. Shape and Weight: Flattened and round fruits, sometimes with shallow ribs near the stem end. Weight: 5-7 oz. (150-200 g).

6. Color: Green color with a dark green spot near the stem end at the mature-green stage. Ripe fruits are green with a bronze blush. In case of over-ripening, the skin gains a more intense yellow color (copper color) and a light pink spot may appear in the upper part. The outer walls are green while the inner walls are of a lighter color with green gel in seed cavities.

7. Flavor Profile: The taste of the Boloto variety is really outstanding for green tomatoes! Sweet with a exotic fruity flavor. The flesh is glossy, soft and loose. The fruits are fairly meaty and fleshy.

8. Culinary Use: It is recommended to use these tomatoes for fresh salads, side dishes and snacks. Perfect for juices and canning. Ideal for canning fruits in their own juice (with the skin removed). Do not keep well – keep for up to five days when fully ripe and after harvesting. Thin skin with few cracks.

A stable variety. Very beautiful, highly productive and stable.

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