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Glovel Tomato
'Glovel' tomatoes on the vine.
Glovel Tomato
Item Id: 3402861

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Glovel Certified Naturally Grown Seed

75 days, indeterminate — The vines of 'Glovel' are medium sized, vigorous and productive. Its fruits range from four up to sixteen ounces, are pink in color, firm, and mild in flavor. They are reportedly wilt-resistant.[1]

Bred by the USDA in cooperation with the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station by doctors Pritchard, Porte, and Weber and introduced in 1936.[2] Like its sister variety, 'Marglobe', it is a selected and stabilized cross between 'Globe' and 'Marvel.[1]

Our stock originates from USDA accession number NSL 27010. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.

  1. "Yearbook of Agriculture," USDA, 1937, page 187
  2. "Tomatoes by Stokes," Francis C. Stokes & Co., Moorestown, NJ, 1937
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