Livingston’s Globe Tomato
Livingston’s Globe tomato is a three-inch rose-red fruit with a good yield. It was created when Livingston’s New Stone and Ponderosa were crossed. Pretty and pale, it kicks you in the mouth with a lot of flavor but the taste doesn’t linger. High in acidity, it is sour and very juicy with an old-fashioned taste. This could be a good canning tomato because of its high acidity and may be good as pizza sauce—striking enough to support ingredients while holding its own. Livingston’s Globe won first prize in 1906 Topsfield Fair and was also part of another prize-winning exhibit in 1985.
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