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- Very early, 80-90 days from sprouts to harvest, plants produce high number of female flowers early in the season, which results in fruit set just after 35-40 days. Bush-type compact plants, suitable for very small gardens. Fruits are round and flattened, dark-grey with brown undertone, 2-6 lbs. Flesh is crispy, orange and sweet. Very good taste, high carotene and sugar content. Yields are 3.2 kg/m2.
- Sergey Alekseev, Russia 12 / CV Garvish 11
Year grown: 2012
Location: Zone 7b, PNW, Anmore, BC, Canada (760 ft above sea level)
- Russian commercial variety.
Russian name: Малышка
- The name means 'Baby Girl' in Russian.
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