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Tomatoes "San Pep", what type are they?


 
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 27, 2009 1:49 pm    Post subject: Tomatoes "San Pep", what type are they? Reply with quote

Hi all,
I just received some seeds taken from a "San Pep" tomato (removed from the fruit). I've never heard of this type, does anybody know what kind of tomato it is and if it would be worth trying to plant it? In case, should I plant them now, or should I wait next year?

As an additional information, such tomato looks like a San Marzano, but it's much smaller, about one & a half the size of a cherry tomato.

Thanks.
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PostPosted: Mon May 11, 2009 9:03 pm    Post subject: Re: Tomatoes "San Pep", what type are they? Reply with quote

daigo75 wrote:
Hi all,
I just received some seeds taken from a "San Pep" tomato (removed from the fruit). I've never heard of this type, does anybody know what kind of tomato it is and if it would be worth trying to plant it? In case, should I plant them now, or should I wait next year?

As an additional information, such tomato looks like a San Marzano, but it's much smaller, about one & a half the size of a cherry tomato.

Thanks.


Superquinn seem to be the only people that sell them.
Maybe it is another name for San Marzano as it is now a trade name for tinned tomatoes for Naples.

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Shop for tomatoes without the burden of air miles guilt. Superquinn and Marks & Spencer stock Irish-grown cherry tomatoes (San Pep at Superquinn and Piccolo at M&S).
http://archives.tcm.ie/businesspost/2008/07/27/story34641.asp
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