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An heirloom tomato variety introduced by Peter Henderson in in 1924 as ‘Number 400’ and which he renamed his 1926 tomato seed catalog. Here is some of what he said, “It wins approval from 40,000 people, it wins by its quality of sweetness, solidity and seedlessness…” I introduced this rare tomato seed strain acquired from the USDA seed bank in response to the varied strains that are marketed under the name of ‘Winsall.’ Large, indeterminate, regular-leaf tomato plants that yield slightly flattened, 1-2 pound, pink-red tomatoes containing few seeds. Exceptionally delicious, one of the most favored tomato varieties.