Wapsipinicon Peach

Photo: Wapsipinicon Peach.

Photo by Peter Nitzsche, County Agricultural Agent

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History: Originated with Elbert S. Carman in 1890 under the name White Peach. This strain came from Dennis Schlicht and is named after the Wapsipinicon River in northeast Iowa.

Tomato Type: Heirloom

Breed: Open Pollinated

Season: Late

Leaf Type: Normal

Plant Type: Indeterminate

Plant Height: 7 ft.

Fruit Size: 4 oz.

Fruit Shape: Round

Skin Color: Yellow

Flesh Color: Yellow

Comments: fuzzy fruit

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  1. Rutgers
  2. Executive Dean of Agriculture and Natural Resources
  3. School of Environmental and Biological Sciences