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‘Spark’s Yellow’ seeds was sent to Craig LeHoullier by Don Sparks of Kentucky, USA in 1993. The name of this tomato was ‘Yellow’ and the description said, it is regular leaf variety. Craig LeHoullier grew it and he found it to be an indeterminate, potato leaf plant produce big, pale-orange colored and oblate fruit. He named it ‘Spark’s Yellow’ to honor the man, from who he obtained the seed. Very good yield of beautiful, tasty and juicy beefsteaks.