Big Ray’s Argentinian Paste Tomato
Here is yet another great paste and sauce variety. Big Ray’s Argentinian Paste tomato should always be considered when wanting phenomenal sauce and paste. It cooks down into thick, sweet sauce. Pour some on your pasta, or use it as a base for soups and bisque, very delicious! Big Ray’s Argentinian Paste plants produce a good amount of 2-3 inch fruits that begin to ripen about 85 days after transplant in the garden. Wispy leaved vines need early staking because they begin to hold fruit quite early. Disease resistance was good for us. Let me know how your tomato paste turned out!
Terry Baity –
I grew them last year loved them they are a really sweet tomato great for salsa paste