From Tatiana's TOMATOBase
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- It produces sweet, burnished copper colored, flattened globe shaped fruits, 3 to 4 inches wide with a small indent on the blossom end. Great for canning, cooking, or slicing. 75 day Indeterminate.
Year grown: 2012
- Said to have come from West Africa.
- No other information is available on the web, SSE Yearbooks, or at any other seed banks, which is usually an indication that this variety was renamed.
Shaela Strata, NH. African Brown - sliced fruit. 2012.
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