70 days, indeterminate
— Also marketed as "Super Lakota," 'Super Sioux' produces red fruits are globe-shaped, average about four ounces, are thick walled and fleshy with a nice old-time tart flavor. A good processing tomato for home gardening and early fresh market sales.
'Super Sioux' was developed by D. V. Burrell Seed Growers of Colorado and is an improved version of
the old variety 'Sioux' which had been bred at the Nebraska
Experimental Station and introduced in 1944. It was submitted to the National Seed Storage Lab in 1961 an is assigned USDA accession number PI 644789.
This variety is a good
choice for hot, dry locations and it sets fruit well in high
temperatures. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds, and there are about 85 seeds per 0.25 gram.