Sasha's Altai

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Sasha's Altai
Maturity early
Growth habit det.
Leaf type regular
Fruit color red
Fruit shape oblate
Fruit size small
Fruit type salad
Variety type open-pollinated
Country Russia
Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T). Sasha's Altai - sliced fruit. 2009-07-26.

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65-70 days, small to medium size red fruit, good fruit set even with cold nights, very good balanced taste. 2-5 oz. Ripening fruits have beautiful green shoulders that disappear when fully ripe. Meaty flesh with 2-4 seed cavities. Many thanks to Mark Oathout of Wasilla, Alaska, who raised and donated the seeds to us!

Seed source:

1. Trudi Davidoff, New York 05
2. Mark Oathout, Wasilla, Alaska 14 / Seeds of Trust

Year grown: 2009(1), 2014*(2)

Location: Zone 7b, PNW, Anmore, BC, Canada (760 ft above sea level)



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Also known asSasha's Pride + and Sasha's Altai Pride +
CountryRussia +
Description65-70 days, small to medium size red fruit 65-70 days, small to medium size red fruit, good fruit set even with cold nights, very good balanced taste. 2-5 oz. Ripening fruits have beautiful green shoulders that disappear when fully ripe. Meaty flesh with 2-4 seed cavities. Many thanks to Mark Oathout of Wasilla, Alaska, who raised and donated the seeds to us! a, who raised and donated the seeds to us!
Fruit colorred +
Fruit shapeoblate +
Fruit sizesmall +
Fruit typesalad +
Growth habitdet. +
History* Russian origin. Seed was brought to the * Russian origin. Seed was brought to the United States from Irkutsk by Bill McDorman, the owner of Seeds Trust/High Altitude Gardens , and introduced commercially in the early 90s (1991?).
Leafregular +
Maturityearly +
Member codeB.C KO T +
Seed source1. Trudi Davidoff, New York 05
2. Mark Oathout, Wasilla, Alaska 14 / Seeds of Trust
Variety typeopen-pollinated +
VendorSeeds Trust/High Altitude Gardens +, Tatiana's TOMATObase Seeds +, TomatoFest +, Sand Hill Preservation Center + and Heritage Harvest Seed +
Year grown2009(1) + and 2014*(2) +
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