A mid-season determinate tomato hybrid with an outstanding total yield. Matures in 65-70 days after transplanting. Suitable for fresh market and processing (tomato paste and juice). The genetically determined combination of good plant vigor and excellent setting of extra large fruits (for this size grade) results in this hybrid consistently outyielding the other tomato hybrids and varieties. Well adapted to most growing areas. The firm, saladette/pear shaped fruit of the Rio Grande type weigh up to 140-150 g, have jointless pedicels and no green shoulder. Resistant to Verticillium wilt (V-1), Fusarium wilt (races 1 and 2), Alternaria stem canker (ASC), Gray leaf spot (Stemphylium, ST), intermediately resistant to Bacterial Speck (BSK-0, IR), and to Nematodes. Suited for stake and ground culture in the open field.