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Tomaccio tomatoes resulted from a 12 year breeding program using a wild Peruvian tomato species. The program was developed by Hishtil in Israel. Tomaccio is a vigorous, high yielding, early fruiting cherry tomato bred primarily for the dried tomato market.[1]

Tomaccio tomatoes have an intense, sugary flavor when picked fresh or dried at home. Tomaccio plants can reach heights of nine feet and yield 13-18 pounds of fruit per season.

Written on June 4th, 2012 , Food Crops Tags:

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