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Alaska
Maturity early
Growth habit det.
Leaf type regular
Fruit color red
Fruit shape round
Fruit size small
Fruit type salad
Variety type open-pollinated
Country Canada, Russia
Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T). Alaska - sliced fruit. 2015-07-30.

B.C KO T

Very compact determinate plants with very good yield of red fruits, 1-2 oz. So juicy! Very good balanced flavor. Early maturity. Extremely prolific.

Seed source:

Julien Schmit, Nancy, France 09 / TomatoFest 07

Year grown: 2015

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


FRAN SC J

Indet., early little red tomato. 1-2 oz, smooth, juicy, somewhat acid. Does not tolerate hot weather very well.

Seed source:

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Year grown:

Location: France


History

  • There are two different tomatoes with this name, one is from Canada, and the other one from Russia.
    • One is described at Vent Marin as an indeterminate, a selection from Farthest North, with larger plant and fruit, made by Edward Lowden of Ancaster, Ontario.
    • The other one is described as determinate and Russian origin by Seed Savers Exchange members in the SSE Yearbooks. The determinate version is also offered commercially by TomatoFest .
    • The Russian variant was bred and offered by CV 'Gavrish' in 2001.



Russian name: Аляска

Alternative spelling is Aljaska.



Description in Russian

  • "Скороспелый (100—105 дней) низкорослый сорт, предназначенный для выращивания в открытом грунте или пленочных тоннелях. Отличительная особенность — стопроцентная завязываемость плодов в неблагоприятных условиях (резких перепадах дневных и ночных температур и высокой влажности). Плоды массой 80—90 г, преимущественно салатного назначения. Густота посадки 3,0—3,5 раст./м2. Урожайность 3 кг/раст."



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CountryCanada, Russia +
DescriptionVery compact determinate plants with very good yield of red fruits, 1-2 oz. So juicy! Very good balanced flavor. Early maturity. Extremely prolific.
Description in Russian"Скороспелый (100—105 дней) низкорослый со "Скороспелый (100—105 дней) низкорослый сорт, предназначенный для выращивания в открытом грунте или пленочных тоннелях. Отличительная особенность — стопроцентная завязываемость плодов в неблагоприятных условиях (резких перепадах дневных и ночных температур и высокой влажности). Плоды массой 80—90 г, преимущественно салатного назначения. Густота посадки 3,0—3,5 раст./м2. Урожайность 3 кг/раст." 3,0—3,5 раст./м2. Урожайность 3 кг/раст."
Fruit colorred +
Fruit shaperound +
Fruit sizesmall +
Fruit typesalad +
Growth habitdet. +
History* There are two different tomatoes with th * There are two different tomatoes with this name, one is from Canada, and the other one from Russia.
    • One is described at Vent Marin as an indeterminate, a selection from Farthest North, with larger plant and fruit, made by Edward Lowden of Ancaster, Ontario.
    • The other one is described as determinate and Russian origin by Seed Savers Exchange members in the SSE Yearbooks. The determinate version is also offered commercially by TomatoFest .
    • The Russian variant was bred and offered by CV 'Gavrish' in 2001. bred and offered by CV 'Gavrish' in 2001.
Leafregular +
Maturityearly +
Member codeB.C KO T + and FRAN SC J +
Russian nameАляска +
Seed sourceJulien Schmit, Nancy, France 09 / TomatoFest 07
TranslationAlternative spelling is Aljaska.
Variety typeopen-pollinated +
VendorTomatoFest + and Tatiana's TOMATObase Seeds +
Year grown2015 +
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