90 days, indeterminate
— The fruits are slightly flattened globe shaped, red colored, full flavored, and possessing a good texture. The weights range from three to ten ounces. It is good for fresh eating and marketing as well as canning.
'Pan America' was a developed by William S. Porte
at the USDA's Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Maryland from a stabilized cross between the 'Marglobe
' tomato and a wild red currant tomato that was found on the Pacific coast of Peru, South America. It exhibits a high resistance to Fusarium wilt as well as
nailhead rust. Introduced in 1941.
Our parent stock source was from the USDA, ARS accession number PI 270203. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.