Tomato "Moscow ultra-early ripening".
Early maturing, cold-resistant, late-blight-resistant variety for open ground and film greenhouses. No garter or pinning required. In the open field, the bush is determinate, spreading, 60-70 cm high. In the inflorescence there are 6-7 fruits weighing 115-135 g. Fruits are slightly ribbed, flat-round, intense red, excellent taste.
Recommended for fresh consumption and canning.
Light, highly fertile soils are suitable for tomato.
Good predecessors are cucumbers, cabbage, legumes, onions, carrots.
For seedlings, seeds are sown in late March - early April 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 a complex mineral fertilizer. 7-10 days before planting, the seedlings begin to harden.
In open ground, seedlings are planted at the age of 55-70 days, when the threat of frost has passed (approximately - June 5-10 in the climatic conditions of Estonia), and when using temporary film shelters - a little earlier: May 15-20).
The planting scheme is 70x30 - 40 cm. In the future, the plants are regularly watered.
Warm water is used for irrigation. During the growing season, 2-3 plant feeding is used.
Low-growing tomatoes, as a rule, do not require pinching and garters.
Eng.: Tomato. Swen.: Tomat. Fin.: Tomaatti. Bot.: Lycopersicon lycopersicum