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This exceptional tomato is a Czechoslovakian immigrant bred by Milan Sodomka and introduced to North America in the mid-1970's. This indeterminate plant is a potato leaf variety and can grow to be as much as 4' tall. It will produce a continuous heavy yield of small to medium sized (about 2" x 2" in diameter or 3-6 oz.)red fruit in clusters. The fruit of the Stupice Tomato has a rich, somewhat tangy flavor that deepens throughout the long season. These tomatoes are very early producers and love cool weather, which makes them a great choice for areas with short summers. They are also extremely adaptable and are tolerant of heat and drought. Perfect when eaten right off the vine, the Stupice tomato is also extraordinary when cooked or dried.
Days To Maturity: 52-85
- 5-7 weeks before last frost, sow ¼" deep and keep soil evenly moist at 60-70°F.
- When the second set of leaves appears, transplant seedlings to individual ports.
- Harden off 2 weeks before setting out.
- When weather is fully warm, in a spot with at least 8 hours of sun daily, plant seedlings up to 2" under the first leaves, at least 3' apart.
- Water deeply and well in dry weather.
- Sow as above, directly in site when weather is warm.
What's In The Package: Approximately 25 seeds per packet.