Seedless Tomato Grown in Texas (Dec, 1933)

Seedless Tomato Grown in Texas

AFTER long experiment, a seedless tomato lias been developed by an Amarillo, Texas, llorist. The flavor of the tomato is improved with the disappearance of the seeds, it is said.

The seedless tomato was developed after years of taking cuttings from plants producing tomatoes with the fewest seeds. New plants were grown from the cuttings and the florist now has a complete group of plants showing the stages of seed elimination.

  1. rick s. says: October 29, 201010:07 am

    Has anyone else noticed that the various contraptions pictured on the covers of this magazine are almost always red and yellow in color? Speeding trains, giant aircraft, streamlined ships, rockets, tall buildings and whatever the thing is on the cover of this issue seem always to be painted in these two colors. I guess we’ll be able to tell by the color of things when the future actually gets here. It must not be here yet because I haven’t seen any red and yellow iPods.


  2. Toronto says: October 29, 201012:57 pm

    Oh, good – that means The Amazing Race is from the future!

  3. Rick Auricchio says: October 30, 20103:29 pm

    Well, there are gold and pink iPods. There were red ones to support the Red Foundation.

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