|Fruit type||canner, cooking, slicer|
|Variety type||open-pollinated, commercial heirloom|
- 70-80 days, indet., regular leaf plant with a good yield of medium to large red round fruits, blemish-free, excellent assertive flavor. Very reliable producer here in our Pacific North West cool summers.
- a Russian CV 00
Year grown: 2005, 2007
- 70-80 days, det., regular leaf, 4-8 oz red fruit. More prone to splitting than Sioux, taste about the same. 6 lbs./plant.
Year grown: 2006
Location: Wynndel, BC, Canada
- 70 days, semi-indet., thick walled fruit, slight acid flavor, good canner, does well in hot humid areas, excellent producer.
- Donna Meinschein, Maryland
Location: Pasadena, Texas
- Bred by CV D. V. Burrell Seed Growers from Sioux, which was developed at the University of Nebraska in 1944.
- PI 644789. Donated to USDA in 1961 by Petoseed Company, Inc.
- USDA narrative:
- "Scarlet, medium size, almost globe shaped, thick walls, high uniformity and yielding, early maturity, determinate, red fruits. Peto's Seed 1960."
Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T). Super Sioux - baby fruit. 2007-07-02.