Recent variety that would come from an accidental crossing of 'Amish Paste' and 'Evergreen'. Further developed by John Tucholski, Michigan, USA.
Oval shaped green fruits that resemble a bomb, hence the name. Like most Green When Ripe (GWR) tomatoes, there is amber discoloration at full ripeness.
Average fruit weight of 50 to 125 grams.
Firm green roma paste type flesh with little juice and seeds. Good mild flavor, different than most other 'green tomatoes'.
Very suitable for all kinds of kitchen preparations.
Indeterminate growing plants with regular foliage.
High yields in the second part of the season.