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Old March 9, 2019   #16
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The original poster said that her friend likes Compai. Hmm. Why not then grow Compari. I have tried it this pas winter. It had decent taste. I have heard people have grown Compari from seeds of store tomatoe

Stupice could have been another choice for size, taste, productivity and earliness.
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Old March 9, 2019   #17
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Stupice! Early, sweet, great tomato flavor, productive...
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