|Fruit shape||round, oblate|
B.C KO T
- Determinate plants with regular leaf foliage stay quite compact and manageable, so they are good for growing in pots. Fruits are red, small to medium size, round and oblate, shaped like small beefsteaks with smooth shoulders, juicy. 2-5 oz. Very early. Sweet flavor. Extremely productive.
- Valery Popenko, Semei, Kazakhstan 15
Year grown: 2015
Location: Zone 7b, PNW, Anmore, BC, Canada (760 ft above sea level)
later up to two times bigger. Very fertile.
CZEC GR V
- A low determinant plants that proved to me for very early cultivation in the fodder. Well grown at extreme fluctuations of temperature from 1 ° C to 40 ° C and at a humidity of 30% to 95%. Very early morning harvest of red tasty fruits (taste shown to be similar to other Sarayev´s ), initially smaller, later up to two times bigger. Very fertile.
- Tatiana's TOMATObase, Canada
Year grown: 2016, 2017
Location: Czech republic, Brno, 780 ft
- A cold-tolerant selection by a Russian tomato breeder P.Y. Saraev, who specialized in breeding tomatoes that can withstand freezing temperatures.
- Tatiana's TOMATObase Seeds received 15 years old seeds from Valery Popenko of Semei, Kazakhstan in 2014. The seeds had very good germination, and the 2015 growout was successful. Unfortunately there was no way to test the cold tolerance, as the spring was exceptionally warm and quite dry, very unusual for Pacific North West.
Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T). Saraev M-22 - ripe fruit. 2015-07-19.
Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T). Saraev M-22 - sliced fruit. 2015-07-13.
Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T). Saraev M-22 - sliced fruit. 2015-07-19.
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