Bred by Fred J. Pritchard of the USDA as a stabilized cross between 'Norton' and 'Duke of York' and was released in 1922.[4,5] Our parent stock source was USDA ARS accession number PI 270238. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
- "Tomato Wilt Investigations," Kansas State AES, Technical Bulletin 20, February, 1926.
- "Tomato Wilt Disease," by R. P. White, Kansas State AES, Circular 140, June, 1928.
- "Growing Tomatoes in Kansas," by Walter B. Balch, Kansas State AES, Circular 172, November, 1933.
- "The Pedigree of Varieties of Lycopersicon Esculentum Mill.," G. A. Kemp, Canada Department of Agriculture, Lethbridge, Alberta, April 20, 1960.
- "Yearbook of Agriculture," USDA, 1937.
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