Bred by the USDA in cooperation with the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station by doctors Pritchard, Porte, and Weber and introduced in 1936. Like its sister variety, 'Marglobe', it is a selected and stabilized cross between 'Globe' and 'Marvel. Our stock originates from USDA accession number NSL 27010. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
- "Yearbook of Agriculture," USDA, 1937, page 187
- "Tomatoes by Stokes," Francis C. Stokes & Co., Moorestown, NJ, 1937
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