75 days, dwarf — The sturdy, compact, rugose, regular-leaf plants of 'Al-Kuffa', also marketed as 'Al Kuffa', set good amounts of small (two to four ounce), red, globe-shaped fruits. They are tasty and mild.
'Al-Kuffa' is a variety that was one of the varieties shared by Aziz Nael from Iraq with the Baker Creek Seed Company and commercially introduced in North America in 2009. Nael reported that it was a popular variety for growing in cool greenhouses in hot, Southern Iraq for personal use as well as late spring, early summer markets.
It was also grown outdoors in the cooler parts of Northern Iraq and is well suited for growing in two to five gallon containers. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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