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Old 5 Days Ago   #61
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In 2017, Dingwall Scotty was cold and heat tolerant, just not taste bud tolerant, for me.

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You may want to consider "Stupické polní rané" from Tatiana, rather than Stupice. Her Stupické polní rané are from CZ seed (Seva) provided by Vladimir.

Stupické polní rané:
Stupice:

If you decide you would prefer `Stupice' then I can send you what I have left from a Tatiana order from a couple of years ago.

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I'll take your advise and try 'SPR' instead next year. Why do you like it better than just ole stupice?

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I'll take your advise and try 'SPR' instead next year. Why do you like it better than just ole stupice?
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As I noted earlier, the DTM for the CZ varieties were all pretty much the same, except for Seva which was better in both locations. The NA `Stupice' were slower to grow/mature, had smaller fruit, and for me, did not taste as good.
Great point!! So "SPR" or Moravsky Div it is ...

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Great point!! So "SPR" or Moravsky Div it is ...

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Moravsky Div is just a Russian re-brand of Stupické Polní Rané from Moravo Seeds (CZ). Vladimir (MrBig46) has been advising us of such for a number of years.

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well let us know how it all goes this year .......
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Few years ago I got a Stupice seedling at a fair. I was not happy with its fruit size and production. It acted more like a cherry tomato.
Two years ago I spotted a coctail size tomato at the farmers market. The seller at the booth told me that it is Stupice. So I bought a pint. It tasted good . So i saved seeds and planted couple of them last year. It beat my expectation. Very productive, with good taste. So this year i am growing just one plant.
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yeah this is the sort of problem with "stupice" retail sales I am familiar with .......

when is the stupice the one "stupice " type you want ?....


I grew from seeds the good ole "earliest to develop " stupice small fruit etc.(highly recommended for the earliest group)


and I had some retail seedlings that actually were not in the "earliest group" and were more like cherry tomato as well.

Be careful with your retail seedlings sales ...people .
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