|Growth habit||dwarf, indet.|
|Leaf type||regular, rugose|
|Fruit color||brown, black|
|Variety type||created heirloom, stabilized intentional cross|
- ***NEW 2014 SH Release from Tomato Dwarf Project***. The vigorous but relatively compact dwarf ('tree-type') regular leaf plants produce a heavy yield of small round chocolate colored fruit with delightful, balanced, and sweet flavor. 1.5-3 oz. (15 seeds / packet)
- 1. Patrina Nuske Small, Australia 14
- 2. Craig LeHoullier of Raleigh, North Carolina (NC LE C) 15 / Bill Minkey of Darien, Wisconsin (WI MI B) 15 / Tomato Dwarf Project
Year grown: 2015
- 60 days. The vigorous but relatively compact dwarf regular leaf plants produce a heavy yield of medium to medium small sized (2-3 ounces) round chocolate colored fruit with delightful, balanced, sweet flavor.
Location: Raleigh, North Carolina
- Developed in the 2007-2014 by the members of the Dwarf Tomato Project from a cross between Budai Torpe and Black from Tula. Selected by Richard Allen, in the F2 generation (January 2007). Named by Patrina Nuske Small, after a familiar Australian sweet treat.
- Stabilization was the collaborative work of Patrina Nuske Small, Howard Kushner, Carol Knapp, Ted Maiden, Christy Shedd, Amanda Fischer and Craig LeHoullier.
- Released in 2014 in Southern Hemisphere.
- Introduced commercially by Tatiana's TOMATObase Seeds in 2015.
- More information about the development of this cultivar can be found on the Dwarf Tomato Project website.
Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T). Bundaberg Rumball - ripe fruit. 2015-07-26.
Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T). Bundaberg Rumball (1) - ripe fruit. 2015-08-19.
Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T). Bundaberg Rumball - sliced fruit. 2015-07-26.
|Year||Commercial Vendors||Seed Savers Yearbook (Member listings)||Seeds of Diversity (Member listings)|
|2016||Tatiana's TOMATObase Seeds||.||.|
|2015||Tatiana's TOMATObase Seeds - new||.||.|
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