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‘Gruntovyi Gribovskiy 1180’* is a Russian commercial variety created by ‘FGBNU Federalnyy Nauchnyy and Tsentr Ovoshchevodtsva’ from the cross made between ‘Bison 639’ and ‘Luchshiy iz Vseh’. First introduced in 1944 and included in the Russian State Register in 1950. In 1969, Russia donated seeds to the USDA. The Seed Savers Exchange 2007 Yearbook introduced this variety courtesy of Andrey Baranovski of Minsk, Belarus.
A determinate, regular leaf tomato plant that produces an early yield of small (2-3oz./55-90g), red, round and slightly flattened and ribbed on the shoulders fruits. Firm flesh and tart, earthy in taste, but when fully ripe, the sweetness develops. High tolerance to colder temperatures does not interrupt setting of fruit. Resistant to cracking, even after heavy rains. Long shelf life.
* This variety was also listed under misspelled name: ‘Greentovyj Gribovskij’.