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Brandywine, Sudduth Strain (Sudduth Strain Brandywine, Brandywine, Sudduth’s, Quisenberry’s Brandywine)

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About Brandywine, Sudduth Strain (Sudduth Strain Brandywine, Brandywine, Sudduth’s, Quisenberry’s Brandywine)

‘Sudduth Strain Brandywine’ is a legendary delicious pink beefsteak tomato, that is considered by many growers and collectors from around the world to be the most delicious strain of ‘Brandywine’. Collected by Ben Quisenberry who obtained the seeds in the early 1980s from Dorothy Sudduth Hill of Tennessee whose family had grown it for 80 years. Also known as ‘Quisenberry’s Brandywine’. Ken Ettlinger got the original seed from Ben Quisenberry and was told years later that it was called ‘Brandywine, Sudduth strain’. It was introduced in the SSE Yearbook in the late 1980s.
The excellent, sweet, rich, and robust flavors of this pink, oblate beefsteak type tomato make it perfect for fresh. Superior in taste and smoothness, well-balanced flavors. Indeterminate, potato leaf plant with a good yield of big, 14-32oz./ 400-900 gr. fruits. Midseason, about 80-85 days after transplant. This variety is recommended by OSU for growing in PNW areas.

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Salad / Slicer
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Solanum lycopersicum

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