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Datterino Tomato (Lycopersicon lycopersicum)
Datterino Tomato (Lycopersicon lycopersicum): Even if cannot be defiend as an ancient variety, we have included this tomato into our cataloge becausee of its organoleptic characteristics, its ease of cultivation, and the many requests we received.
It is not an F1 hybrid, but a stable, easily reproducible variety. This small tomato hardly needs much description, its unique shape and size are only much by its sweet, fresh taste.
The plant is determined and productive, it provides cluster berries of thick skin. It doesn't do well in cold weather so the transplant must be performed when the temperatures are permanently above 10° C. It is important to remember that its organoleptic qualities as well as its taste, depend on the soil in which they grow, not only on its genetic characteristics. It does not suffer from apical rot, and has limited water requirements, this tomato will providee great satisfaction to all, begineer and expert farmers, as well as cooking and food enthusiasts!