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07/11/2011

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Jay

Grew/growing Stupice for the first time this year. Planted in the garden and on the south facing balcony in self watering containers. I love this tomato. It does as well in both areas. Has a flavor I enjoy. Not too watery, nice body, doesn't use as much water as other tomatoes, hasn't required extra calcium needs as some tomatoes, produces really well, nice size tomato for salads, salsa, and will be excellent for soups, and tomato sauce, and tomato juice. Not a sweet tomato like a cherry tomato, has a tartness, but not overly strong. I'm very pleased with this tomato and will grow more next year.

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