Extreme Bush

German origin. Parent stock source USDA Northeast Regional Plant Inventory Station, PI number 302463. The Glecker Seed Company listed in 1958. USDA description: “Extremely bushy, dwarf, determinate, very low, 35 by 55 cm., fruit 6 per cluster, 3.5 by 5.0 cm., locules 4; some radial and concentric cracking, no blossom end rot or mosaic. Color excellent external and internal. Susceptible to physiologic leafroll. Early. Adapted to mechanical harvesting. ” Early, determinate, dwarf 1-2′ tall plant, with dark green rugose foliage that curls up even under perfectly normal conditions (this is called physiologic leafroll), the foliage is something in between regular and potato leaf, looks more ‘regular’ in seedlings, but becomes more rugose and with more rounded edges as plants mature. 2-4 oz., red, (with a hint of orange on their shoulders as they ripen), round, globe fruits, 3-5 per cluster, 4 locules, high yields; some radial and concentric cracking. Great sweet taste, very juicy, bright red interior, no core. Excellent tomato for growing in containers.
Seeds available at http://www.restorationseeds.com

Seeds available at www.restorationseeds.com.

Varieties
Heirloom
Fruit Colors
Red
Fruit Shapes
Round
Fruit Sizes
Small
Fruit Weights
2-4 oz
Culinary Uses
Salad
Maturities
Early
Plant Types
Determinate / Dwarf
Origins
Germany
Flavors
Sweet