- Indet., but quite compact plants with potato leaf foliage. Round red fruits very similar in shape and size to Stupice tomato. Excellent rich flavor. 2.5 oz average.
- Vladimir Gross, Brno, Czech Republic 14
Year grown: 2014
- An old heirloom tomato from Czechoslovakia. Bred by a famous Czech tomato breeder Jaroslav Homola (Selecta firm) in the 1940s, from a cross of Mikado x Sláva Porýni x Solanum racemigerum. Named and released in 1954.
- The breeding efforts took place on a state-owned Stupice farm founded in 1921 (Stupice is a small village near Prague, Czechoslovakia). The farm was nationalized in 1948 (as all the firms in former Czechoslovakia), then privatized again after 1989, and the 'rights' to the tomato was given to firms Sempra Praha, Seva Seed and Moravoseed.
- 'skleníkové' means 'greenhouse' in Czech language.
- There was also another variant mentioned (possibly later selection?), Stupické rané skleníkové, but it did not receive recognition in Czechoslovakia and was not cultivated, so there are no seeds available.
- Introduced commercially in North America by Tatiana's TOMATObase Seeds in 2015.
Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T). Stupické Skleníkové - plant. 2014-06-22.
Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T). Stupické Skleníkové - baby fruit. 2014-06-19.
Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T). Stupické Skleníkové - baby fruit. 2014-06-22.
Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T). Stupicke Sklenikove - green fruit. 2014-07-19.
Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T). Stupicke Sklenikove - ripe fruit. 2014-08-21.
Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T). Stupicke Sklenikove - sliced fruit. 2014-08-21.
|Year||Commercial Vendors||Seed Savers Yearbook (Member listings)||Seeds of Diversity (Member listings)|
|2015||Tatiana's TOMATObase Seeds - new||.||.|