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Livingston’s Gold Ball was introduced in 1892. In their 1918 Seed Annual, ‘Gold Ball’ was described as, “Beautiful canary-yellow fruits about 1½ inches in diameter, borne in clusters.” Just as popular today as they were years ago. Indeterminate, regular leaf plant produces early, heavy yields of 1.5″-2″ canary yellow tomatoes that weigh about 2-3 oz. The fruits are borne in clusters of 6-8. The taste is “more zingy than sweet” making this a great salad tomato or for preserves. Excellent disease resistance.