* An heirloom grown by an Amish family sin … * An heirloom grown by an Amish family since the 1930s.
* First introduced in the SSE 1994 Yearbook by Ron E. Thuma of Hartford, Kansas (KS TH R). Ron still offers it in the 2008 Yearbook and describes it as follows:
: ''"80 days, heirloom lemon-yellow beefsteak type, large plant, good cover, huge fruit (some over 2 lbs) with few seeds, good flavor, high yielding, from KS TH R 93, grown by an Amish family since 1930s, Minnie Zaccaria of Long Branch, NJ acquired from Austin Isaacs of McKee KY after we had searched for it for 5 years, SSE TOMATO 3166."''
* [http://www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/acc/display.pl?1113819 NSL 67886, PI 645322]. Donated to USDA in 1968 from Georgia, USA. The USDA narrative says:
: ''"81-85 days, small fruits, greenhouse type, oblate shape, yellow color, indeterminate, low acid, sets at high & low temperatures. Hastings Seed Co., Okla. 8/68 Resistance to: fusarium, cracking, blossom end rot, grey leaf mold, rot, vertic. wilt, late blight, leaf mold, nail hd rust, stem. wilt, col. rot, altenaria, curly top, spotted wilt, early blight, root knot, spotted wilt virus, etc. Adapted to Mechan. harvesting.'' rus, etc. Adapted to Mechan. harvesting.''