From Tatiana's TOMATOBase
- 70 days, indet., regular foliage, medium red fruits, some resemble blunt hearts, but most are round, 4-6 oz, excellent flavor throughout the season, very similar to Moskovich from Jan Nienaber, BC (if not identical)
Year grown: 2007(1), 2011(2)
- 70-75 days, indeterminate, regular leafed plant. Good sized 10-14oz fruit. Excellent flavour, very meaty. Good for canning as well. Does well in high heat with water restrictions, only a bit of cracking. Your classic looking tomato. Needs heavy staking to accommodate the large fruit. 5.5lb/plant.
- Plant bought from a local market, Nelson, BC.
Year: 2009, 2014
Location: Nelson, BC, Canada
Russian name: Москвич
- The name can be translated as 'a person who lives in Moscow'.
- "Moskovich" is a spelling variation of "Moskvich".
- Some NA sources indicate that it is a Siberian var., however it unlikely to have any Siberian roots. This cultivar was developed in early 1970s by Vavilov Institute (IOGEN, Moscow).
Also known as
- --Tania 09:49, 1 December 2007 (PST): I have grown these two varieties side by side and they are virtually identical, in both the plant and fruit characteristics.
- Max (improved Moskvich)
Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T). Moskvich. 2007-08-31
Facts about Moskvich
|Fruit color||red +|
|Fruit shape||round +|
|Fruit size||medium +|
|Fruit type||salad +|
|Growth habit||indet. +|
|Member||B.C KO T + and B.C GI K +|
|Variety type||heirloom +|
|Vendor||Johnny's Selected Seeds +, Tatiana's TOMATObase Seeds +, Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds +, Solana Seeds +, Heirloom Tomatoes +, Heritage Harvest Seed +, Hazzard's Wholesale Seeds + and Knapp's Fresh Vegies +|