Developed at West Virginia University Agriculture Exp. Station in the 1950s for disease resistance to Fusarium and Verticillium wilts as well as Early and late Blight. Donated to USDA in 1964 from West Virginia, USA. Parentage: Marglobe, Wisconsin 55, and PI 204976, as well as Rutgers, Southland, Urbana, and Campbell’s 1491-E11. Indeterminate, regular leaf plant produces heavy crop of 4-11 oz., bright-red, medium-sized, round, oblate, juicy, meaty tomatoes with slightly irregular shape. Offers excellent rich, well-balanced, sweet tomatoey flavors.