There must be a source for these heirloom tomatoes as transplants. They sound like a real winner. I understand they are now planted across the northeast United States, Texas, and even as far as Kenya and Uganda.
Other names: West Virginia Centennial or West Virginia ’63
Heirloom / Open-pollinated type
Indeterminate plants with 80 days to maturity
Resistant to late blight, verticillium and fusarium wilt. Vines are vigorous, fruits are medium to large, meaty, oblate to globe in shape, smooth, resist cracking. All purpose tomato, excellent for eating fresh or canning