From Tatiana's TOMATOBase
|Fruit type||canner, paste|
- Developed in Quebec, Canada by Roger Doucet, Station Provinciale de Recherches Agricoles, St.-Hyacinthe. Introduced in 1978.
- According to Amy Goldman, one of its parents was PI 263726 tomato from Puerto Rico that was collected by Charlie Rick of the University of California at Davis and donated to USDA in 1960.
- SSE TOMATO 2596.
Also known as
- The above are not correct names for this tomato, as varieties developed as part of government funded projects are never named after a person who developed it.
Other Doucet's varieties
- Canabec Rouge
- Canabec Super
- Canabec Rose
- Quebec 200
- Quebec 2473
- Quebec 309
|Year||Commercial Vendors||Seed Savers Yearbook (Member listings)||Seeds of Diversity (Member listings)|
|2013||Sand Hill Preservation Center - sold out for 2013||.||.|
|2011||Sand Hill Preservation Center - not available for 2011||1 (Doucet's Plum Producer) + 1 (Quebec 1121)||0|
|2010||Sand Hill Preservation Center - not available for 2010||1 (Quebec 1121)||0|
|2009||.||1 (Doucet's Plum Producer) + 2 (Quebec 1121)||.|
|2008||Sand Hill Preservation Center||1 (Doucet's Plum Producer) + 2 (Quebec 1121)||.|
|2007||Sand Hill Preservation Center||1 (Doucet's Plum Producer) + 1 (Quebec 1121)||.|