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Peacevine Cherry

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About Peacevine Cherry

‘Peacevine Cherry’ is an open-pollinated version of ‘Sweet 100 F1’. Selected, stabilized, and named by Alan Kapuler* since the mid-1970s for its high content of gamma-aminobutyric acid, a body sedative that calms jitters. Has the currant tomato in its ancestry.
Large indeterminate plants with 3/4” in diameter (1oz./28g) fruits yield a moderate amount of tomatoes all season long. The fruits are bright red colored and have a high vitamin C content. Midseason, 70-80 after transplant.

*Alan M. Kapuler, better known by his moniker “Mushroom,” was a plant breeder, contemporary artist, and scientist who earned a doctorate in the biological sciences and focused his research on the molecular biochemistry of nucleic acids. He lived in Corvallis, Oregon, USA, where he focused on breeding high-nutrition fruits and vegetables and conserving biodiversity.

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Solanum lycopersicum
Open Pollinated

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