From The Buffalo Seed Company:
Indeterminate (70-80 days) — Heart shaped, yellow to orange fruits that ranges in size from small to upwards of 8 ounces. As the story goes, this open pollinated variety originated from an accidental cross of Anna Russian; Anna Russian, brought to the US by Russian immigrants, became well known in Oregon in the 1980s. Nice mild, sweet, and fruity tomato good for all sorts of purposes including slicing, sauces, and fresh salsa. Yields good early in the season and has a second productive flush of fruit when the temperatures drop in late summer. - The Buffalo Seed Company
The Buffalo Seed Company supplies growers in the Midwest with locally adapting horticulture and crop seeds to increase the resiliency and sustainability of our local food systems. The Company was launched by Matthew & Nancy Kost in October, 2018. Nancy is from the Altiplano of Bolivia and grew up growing quinoa, potato, and llamas in a resilient and sustainable system that predates the Inca Empire. She has since acquired a bachelor degree in agronomy from Earth University in Costa Rica, a Master of Science Degree in tomato breeding from The Ohio State University. Matthew is originally from Kansas City and has returned after obtaining a Bachelor in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from the University of Kansas, a Ph.D. in Evolutionary Agroecology from The Ohio State University, and Postdoctoral degree in conserving amaranth and quinoa landraces in Peru. Matthew and Nancy have extensive farming experience throughout the Americas and have deep knowledge and wisdom of seeds, seed systems, evolution, ecology, and adaptation.
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