Mid-season (110-115 days from germination to fruiting), a tall variety for growing in foil and glass greenhouses.
The plant is indeterminate, 2 m high. Large (100-140 g), pear-shaped fruits of bright orange color, collected in a spectacular, long, branched brush of 12-15 pcs. Ideal for salads and canning. The pulp is sugary, very sweet, with a high content of carotene. The yield of one plant is up to 9 kg.
Sowing seedlings: late February - early March.
Pick - in the phase of the first true leaf.
Planting seedlings in greenhouses - in late April - early May. It is obligatory to tie the plants a few days after planting. They are formed into one stem, removing all the "stepchildren" and lower leaves, and also pinch the growing point at the end of the growing season. Planting scheme: 40x60 cm. Fruits are harvested as they ripen.
Eng.: Tomato. Swen.: Tomat. Fin.: Tomaatti. Bot.: Lycopersicon lycopersicum