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Low-growing, medium-early variety for open ground of Siberian selection.
Unpretentious and adapted to the weather conditions of the Northern regions.
Differs in 100% fruit set, excellent yield and high taste and marketability.
An ordinary bush, determinant, 65-70 cm high. The inflorescence is semi-compact, 9-11 cm long, with 7-8 fruits. On the main stem, 3-4 abundant brushes are laid with fruits weighing 120-150 grams (the first ones are 200 grams).
Fruits are of high commercial quality, round, whitish in technical ripeness (juicy red in biological ripeness).
With a planting density of 2.8 plants per 1 m2, the yield is 9-10 kg / m2.
Light, highly fertile soils are suitable for tomato. For seedlings, seeds are sown in March to a depth of 2-3 cm.
Before sowing, the seeds are treated in potassium permanganate and washed with clean water.
Picking - in the phase of 1-2 true leaves.
Seedlings are fed 2-3 times with full fertilizer. 7-10 days before planting, the seedlings begin to harden. Seedlings are planted in heated greenhouses in April, in unheated film greenhouses - in May at the age of 60-65 days.
Planting density: determinant varieties of 7-9 plants per 1 sq. M, indeterminate varieties - 3-4 plants per 1 sq. M. Tall tomatoes usually form 2 stems. The 2nd stem is formed from the stepson located under the first brush. The rest of the stepsons are removed. The lower leaves of the plants are also removed. They also restrict the growth of plants, leaving an average of 6-8 brushes on the plant.
Tall tomatoes are necessarily tied to horizontal or vertical trellises. In the future, the plants are regularly watered. Warm water is used for irrigation. During the growing season, 2-3 plant feeding is used.
Eng.: Tomato. Swen.: Tomat. Fin.: Tomaatti. Bot.: Lycopersicon lycopersicum