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‘Pink Berkeley Tie Dye’ tomato was developed from an unknown cross that arose in the fields of Brad Gates who owns Wild Boar Farms in Napa Valley, California, USA. First offered in the Seed Savers Exchange 2008 Yearbook by Gary W. Maness of Greensboro, North Carolina, and Al Anderson of Troy, Ohio. Both received the seeds from Brad.
Beautiful, large (8-12oz./220-350g), port wine-colored beefsteaks with metallic green stripes and dark brownish-green shoulders are produced by compact indeterminate, regular leaf plants. The luscious fruits have a deep, sweet, earthy, and well-balanced flavor. Early to mid-early, about 65-75 days to maturity.