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‘Dyadya Stopa’ is a very prolific Russian variety, that was bred in 2008 and entered into the State Register of Seeds in 2012. Indeterminate, regular, and wispy leaf plants loaded with big (6-7 in/15-17 cm long and 5-7 oz /150-200g), red, elongated, pasta type fruit with pointy ends. Very meaty, dense flesh with very few seeds. Sweet and flavorful. Perfect for sauce, canning, and cooking. Midseason, about 80 days to maturity.