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Peron Sprayless, AKA Peron. Developed prior to 1954 by Prof. Abelardo Piovano of Argentina. Introduced in 1951 by Gleckler’s from Argentina. Called “Sprayless” because the vines needed no spray treatment. Indeterminate, regular leaf plants produce lots of 3-4-inch, uniform, smooth, red, round, fruits that are above average in vitamin C and loaded with big sweet/tart flavors. Good for cages or patios. Keeps well.