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From Kazakhstan. Seeds were sent to Tatiana Kouchnareva by Marina Popova, Karaganda, Kazakhstan in 2010. Marina said that this tomato was grown by local gardeners and passed around labeled ‘Zhenskaya Grud’, which means ‘woman’s breast’ in Russian. The size and the shape is very similar to Yubileynyi Tarasenko tomato. Indeterminate, regular leaf plants produce lots of small round red fruits with a cute ‘nipple’ at the blossom end. Thick walls. Fruits keep on the counter very well after picking. They are great for pickling or sauce or can be used in salads.