From Tatiana's TOMATOBase
- 80 days, indeterminate, regular leaf plant with good production of 8-12 ounce fruit with very good taste. Incosistently shaped fruit sometimes having a pointy end in hot dry weather. The color of the fruit is rosy pink.
- In my tomato tastings at work Cosner always places in the top 3 with the exception of 2005 when it came in 4th.
- James "Spud" Raney, who got the seed from Braxton County West Virginia via a friend of his. 2005
Year: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008
Location: Martinsburg, West Virginia
- Randy Sine obtained the seed from James Raney who got it from Braxton County West Virginia via a friend of his. James and Randy assume Cosner is a family name and it may be a family heirloom. According to James' friend, Cosner is a popular name in Braxton County. James Raney supplies a large greenhouse in Franklin County WV with a large amount of seeds yearly.
Randy Sine. Cosner. June 2008
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