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Timothy Bush and New Variety of Tomato, September 1965

Timothy Bush and New Variety of Tomato, September 1965 image
Month
September
Year
1965
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This Is A Tomato? Yes, it is a tomato, but apparently a new type to this area and Timothy Bush, 5, the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bush, 2831 Beacon Hill, is one of its many admirers. Mrs. Bush says they were developed by G. C. Hanna, an olericulturist (a horticulturist who deals with vegetables) at the University of California at Davis. She adds, "They look like salami, don't squish, are wonderful on sandwiches, for eating out of hand, in salads; can be sliced lengthwise or in the customary manner. Really they are fabulous. The developer felt that no one would like them, but my friends and relatives are delighted with them, especially bacon-lettuce-and-tomato sandwich lovers."
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