Big Early Tomato - Knowledgebase Question

Burlington, IA
Question by mistymornz
January 5, 1998
What happened to the variety that Burpees use to sell called "Big Early" tomato plant?


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Answer from NGA
January 5, 1998

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Hybridizers work overtime to bring gardeners new and improved varieties of vegetables. Probably the best traits of the "Big Early" tomato were extracted and, along with the best traits of another tomato, a new variety was produced. You'll probably be happy with Burpee's "Medina" tomato. 3 1/2 inch fruits mature in just 60 days on Medina.

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