Indian Zebra "Striped" From Arkansas
My research here at Angel Field into these Indian Zebra Striped Tomatoes from South Arkansas took many years before I released them. Location and researching Natives American Vegetables is our Priority here at Angel Field. My research on identifying this Indian Stripe variety was solved when Carolyn Male let me join her in growing a hypothesis fact-finding analogy of many Heirloom Tomatoes Plant studies years before her Death. It was very clear that her seeds fit the characteristic of the Arkansas Indian Zebra, with Potato Leafs, known for years as “Indian Zebra” by its original grower, Clyde Burson. It seems to me that Mr. Burson’s Relatives from Texas: grew them out in a different environment, changing the leaf shape as a regular leaf, rather than a potato leaf with fewer stripes. I am thankful Ms. Male was able to include me in her project in 2014 to solve the mystery of this pure Native American Historical Heirloom Tomato. The green strips are very clear to the eye than the Indian Stripe Heirloom from Texas. Here at Angel Field Farm, we use protective covering to keep our pure varieties from crossing as soon as this picture of the Indian Zebra. The taste is outstanding and the usual shape is very uniform with their stripes.
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