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Donated to the USDA in 1963 from Iowa, USA. NSL 27967. This odd tomato was requested from the USDA, via GRIN, in 1995 by Craig LeHoullier. Compact dwarf (tree-type) plant with large, dark-green, rugose regular leaves that look unusual (curled up even when not under stress), produces 2-4 oz., round, orange fruits with very good, well-balanced flavors. Juicy.