This tomato has been around for almost 100 years! The 4-9oz. tomato bears early-mid season with good production. For many it is a favorite canning and juice tomato. Another plus, it is disease resistant, specifically fusarium wilt and "nail head rust".


Marglobe  was credited with nearly single-handedly saving the Florida tomato industry in the early part of the 20th Century. Marglobe is also historically significant in that it was a parent of many other later tomato varieties.

Click here for Livingston's Seed Annual cover of 1927 where it was listed as new and here for the inside page with decription. Here is the 1928 Seed Annual where it is shown in color.

From Tatiana’s TOMATObase:

Developed in 1917 by Fred J. Pritchard of the United States Dept. of Agriculture by crossing Globe and Marvel, the latter being a European development. Released to the public in 1925.

Color: Red
Shape: Globe
Maturity: 70 Days
Plant Type: Determinate
Leaf Type: Regular
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