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Millet's Dakota Tomato
'Millet's Dakota' tomato.
Millet's Dakota Tomato
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Millet's Dakota Certified Naturally Grown Seed

77 days, indeterminate — Listed in the 1934 Oscar H. Will's Seed Annual as, "The hardiest, most drought resistant early Tomato." Originated by John W. Millet of Bismarck, North Dakota, and introduced by Will's in 1913. The fruits are four to eight ounces, red and oblate in shape.

Our parent stock source was USDA ARS accession number NSL 27105 (PI644967). Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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One of my favorites
In my garden here in Missouri, it produced heavily and was crack resistant. In the kitchen, they are exceptionally easy to peel and have a great, old-fashioned tomato flavor. Not the largest tomato (averaged 6 to 8 oz. for me) but a handy size for canning.
Reviewed by: Cindy Asher from Northwest Missouri. on 1/27/2016
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