Azoychka

Azoychka is a vibrant yellow tomato with a tangy citrus flavor and meaty flesh. It is oblate in shape, generally 6-12 oz in weight, and decently productive. It is often one of the earliest to mature in my garden. It makes a wonderful and flavorful yellow tomato sauce.

Story:

This is a variety that Kent Whealy brought back from Russia on one of his collecting trips and was made available in 1995.

From Tatiana’s TOMATObase:

Russian heirloom (non-commercial variety), bred by a hobby gardener Valentina Petrovna Kruglova. The original name of this variety is Azochka (without "y"). It has also been known under the second name, Zolotoy Borago, in the former USSR since at least the 1980s (according to Andrey BELR BA A). ('Azochka') Azochka is a nickname for an Arabic female name, 'Aza', which means 'comfort'. In Russia, this name was common in a Jewish population in the early/mid 20th century.

Color: Yellow
Shape: Globe
Maturity: 65-80 Days
Plant Type: Indeterminate
Leaf Type: Regular
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