Tomato Man Remembered NPR's Dan Charles has an appreciation of Charles Rick, the world's undisputed authority on tomatoes, who died earlier this month. Rick taught at the University of California at Davis and spent 60 years collecting and cultivating as many varieties of tomato plants as he could find.
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Tomato Man Remembered

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Tomato Man Remembered

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NPR's Dan Charles has an appreciation of Charles Rick, the world's undisputed authority on tomatoes, who died earlier this month. Rick taught at the University of California at Davis and spent 60 years collecting and cultivating as many varieties of tomato plants as he could find.