Russian commercial variety, introduced to North America by Andrey Baranovsky of Belarus, who traded seeds with Earl Cadenhead of Ohio. Earl passed the seed to Carolyn Male, who listed the variety at SSE. The original Russian name is ‘Russkiy Bogatyr’. Indeterminate, regular leaf plant produces, 6-12 oz., medium to large, red, firm, round fruits with excellent well-balanced tomatoey flavors. Possible to have other shapes appear.