Solanum lycopersicon (75-80 days; indeterminate) Intensely red, beautifully rounded 7-8 oz fruit with uniform size, strong skin, and a rich, sweet tomato flavor with good acidity. Originally bred by J.C. Walker at the University of Wisconsin in the 1940's, it is highly productive, thriving in a wide range of growing conditions. This makes it a wonderful market and home gardening tomato, ideal for salads, cooking, canning, and freezing.
Sow transplant seedlings indoors 5-6 wks before last frost; Planting depth: 1/4 inch. Avg. Days to Germination: 7-12. Transplant outdoors with 36-48 in. spacing between plants in rows 4-6 ft. apart. Full sun. Days to Maturity (after transplant): 65-75.