Black Sea Man
|Black Sea Man|
|Fruit color||black, purple|
- Det., potato leaf plants. Medium size purple/black beefsteaks with delicious flavor. 4-7 oz. (15 seeds / packet)
- Reimer Seeds / Peter Gallant, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada 07
Year grown: 2014
- 85 days, det., regular leaf plant, 4-8 oz, brownish pink fruit, fair taste and yield.
- Reimer Seeds / Seed Savers Heritage Farm, Decorah, Iowa (IA SSE HF) 96
Location: Oblong, Illinois
- A Russian heirloom with mahogany brown colored fruit and olive green shoulders. The fruit average 8-10 oz and have a nice rich flavor. Determinate, potato leaf foliage. (70 days from transplant).
Location: Carman, Manitoba, Canada
- 75 days, large det., potato leaf plant, high yield of 4-10 oz brownish pink beefsteaks, fair flavor.
Year grown: 2007
Location: Bastrop, Texas
- black beefsteak tomato, indet., 150 g (5 oz).
- Reimer Seeds / G. Bohl
Year grown: 2007
- 65 days, determinate, potato leaf. Huge production for me this year, 3.5-4lb per plant. Fruit 10-14oz each. Some splitting when fruit wasn't evenly watered enough due to the water restrictions in my area. Brownish/blackish fruit with green shoulders. Absolutely fantastic flavour, one of my favourite blacks of all time.
- Reimer Seeds / Julianna Griffin, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Year grown: 2007, 2009
Location: Nelson, BC, Canada
- Russian origin. It is likely the same variety as Chernomor, as "Chernomor" can be translated to "Black Sea Man" from Russian.
- SSE members list it as both regular leaf and potato leaf. The true Black Sea Man should be potato leaf. Fruit size also varies from grower to grower.
- SSE TOMATO 19.
Klaus-Peter Schurz (GERM SC K). Black Sea Man - flower.
Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T). Black Sea Man - ripe fruit. 2014-08-18.
Kelly Gilliam - Black Sea Man, 2009.
Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T). Black Sea Man - sliced fruit. 2014-08-18.
Susan Anderson (TX AN S): Black Sea Man - sliced, 2007.
John Beidler (CT BE J). Black Sea Man. 2009.
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