Extremely versatile tomato; recommended for hot, humid, disease-prone areas
Developed by the University of Florida, this exceptionally disease-resistant variety has excellent versatility as a garden, greenhouse, or market tomato. The fruit averages 8 to 9 oz., is thick-walled, and tends to sit high on the vine under a protective cover of foliage. The sweet-flavored fruits ripen to red with slight green shoulders. Recommended highly for the Mid-Atlantic, and hot, humid, disease-prone areas, especially where blight is a problem. 80-85 days (Indeterminate) Solanum lycopersicum Family: solanaceae (nightshade).