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‘Rancho Solito’ was created by ‘J&L Gardens Seed’ from a cross made between ‘Stupice’ and a wild tomato. It was named after the rancho in Santa Clara Pueblo where it was developed. First introduced commercially in 2014. Indeterminate, potato leaf plant that yields clusters (6-10 tomatoes each) of small (1-1.4oz./30-40g), round, red fruits with sharp, pointy ends. Delicious, balanced flavor and crispy texture. Midseason, about 70-75 days after transplant.