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Norduke Tomato
Norduke Tomato
Norduke Tomato
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Norduke Certified Naturally Grown Seed

90 days, indeterminate — 'Norduke' is a late season, red-fruited canning variety of the 'Stone' type. Its plants are large, erect, and somewhat dense. The fruits are large, smooth, oblate, fairly meaty, and comparatively free from cracks.

Bred by Fred J. Pritchard of the USDA as a stabilized cross between 'Norton' and 'Duke of York' and was released in 1922.[4,5] Our parent stock source was USDA ARS accession number PI 270238. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.

  1. "Tomato Wilt Investigations," Kansas State AES, Technical Bulletin 20, February, 1926.
  2. "Tomato Wilt Disease," by R. P. White, Kansas State AES, Circular 140, June, 1928.
  3. "Growing Tomatoes in Kansas," by Walter B. Balch, Kansas State AES, Circular 172, November, 1933.
  4. "The Pedigree of Varieties of Lycopersicon Esculentum Mill.," G. A. Kemp, Canada Department of Agriculture, Lethbridge, Alberta, April 20, 1960.
  5. "Yearbook of Agriculture," USDA, 1937.
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