- Grown, sold, and described by Muddy Bucket Farm
- Plant growth: indeterminate
- Leaf type: potato leaf
- Time to maturity: Early/Mid season
- Approx. number of seeds per pack: 20
- Vendor’s seed source: Private Individual in Louisiana
Daniel Burson – The Daniel Burson tomato comes from an assumed cross of Indian Stripe x Daniels which occurred in Bill Jeffers’ garden. The foliage should be dark green, sturdy, potato leaf, indeterminate. The tomatoes should be large, round, oblate relatively smooth with slightly ruffled shoulders, dark maroon purple, with tight blossom scars. Released by Mr. Jeffers, he states that any plants showing only Regular leafed foliage should not be grown out – only the potato leafed plants should be grown. I have grown both Potato and Regular leaf plants and they both taste the same and are the same color and plant size. I did notice a slight tendency for the fruit from the Regular leaf plants have a tendency to show some cat facing. Either way, the flavor was really good and the production was outstanding. Fruit sizes averaged in the 12 ounce range.
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