18 of the best varieties of tomatoes

In the world there is a huge variety of varieties of tomatoes. It is difficult for a gardener to choose, because each tomato has its own pros and cons. However, before growing, every lover of homemade tomatoes can independently study the characteristics of the intended variety.

Contents

  • best tomatoes for
  • yield Style
  • Cousteau form
  • plants By weight
    • Large fruited varieties of tomato
    • Small
  • According
  • sustainability By the time
  • maturation For the duration of storage
  • Variety of tomatoes and their names
    • Orlets
    • Nikon
    • Good magician
    • 33bogatyr
    • Best Bestos
    • Mexico
    • Abakansky pink
    • Abrik zebra
    • Apricot
    • Abruzzo
    • Aventyuny
    • Australian
    • AD AGR
    • Adam's apple
    • Adelina
    • 646
    • 1884

The best tomatoes in terms of yield

High-yielding tomatoes are considered if they collect 5 kg per 1 m2 plot. The yield of certain types of domestic and Dutch breeding reaches 20 kg per 1 m2.Grown in greenhouses for commercial purposes.

without film coatings are suitable:

Grade Yield 1 m2
Waterfall To 8 kg
Anastasia To 13 kg
Raspberry giant Fruit - 550 g
Nastyona F1 18 kg
Diabolik Fruit - 135 g
Sverhurozhaynost individual varietiesaffects the taste
They note that the over-yield of various “rocks” is not reflected in the best way on the smell and taste.

By Type

Cousteau height bush distinguished:

bush length
Grade Determinant or undersized 55-105 cm Rio Grande, Sanka, Bagheera F1
Average height 85-115 cm Volgograd 5/95
Indeterminate or tall Up2m De Barao, Mandarinka, Tarasenko 2

In the form of a plant

  • standard;
  • non-standard;
  • potato-shaped.

Stambo - with strong stems, with medium-sized crimped leaves. Such categories of vegetables will not lodge. .

Non-shtambol varieties have large, slightly corrugated leaves, stems thinner than those of standard crops. They need tying.

Potato-like very resemble potato .

By mass

Allocate: very large, large, medium, small and cherry.

smallest varieties - cherry

Large fruited tomato varieties

Grade Weight
Raspberry giant to 850 g
Andrew's surprise to 750 g
Bullish heart to 650 g
Earth Miracle to 550 g

Small

Grade fetal weight
Wonder 100g
Black Moor 40g
Tarasenko 2 60 g
Miracle Earth to 550 g
cherry can be cultivated as a potting

home Cherry cultivate at home and on the land .In demand: Lemon and Yantar, Noon and Green Pearl, Honey drop.

For stability

Under the resistance of tomatoes imply the ability to grow with temperature changes.

For the cool climate are suitable hybrids of Siberian selection.

Hardy categories:

Grade Fetal weight Features
Shuttle 60 gr Poorly affected by diseases, transportable. Early.
The bourgeoisieHave no need for support.
Variety Shuttle is slightly susceptible to diseases

There are varieties of Ukrainian breeding that are suitable for the north: Gospodar, Sonyachne Kolo, Farmstead.

By the time of maturation

Subdivided according to the description into ultra early, early ripening, mid-ripening and late ripening.

period aging Grade
Late- 135 days Titanium Miracle light Brown sugar, De bar
middle- 110 days Hybrid 35 Pink elephant Volgogradsky, princess, Giant 5 Akulina, Danko
ripening 105 days Alpha, Amur Shtamb, Bely pouring, Valentine, Don Juan, Superstar
Ultra-early 105 days Little Red Riding Hood, Far North, Nevsky, Sanka

For a long time storage

Tomatoes are stored for a long time thanks to their genetics, fragments, their genetics, samples, are stored for a long time, they are stored, for example,fruit ripening.

Late-ripening hybrids are for the most durable use .The gardener begins to harvest at the drilling stage. Then you should shift the harvested vegetables to a dark place and at room temperature the fruits will ripen to the desired result.

to have a look at your own life.
Long-term storage varieties have poorly expressed taste qualities

A variety of tomatoes and their names

Orlets

A popular variety with the unusual name Orlets is a fruitful, 4 kg with 1m2 .TallA medium early variety with rounded fruits of bright red color, such fruits weigh almost half a pound. Resistant to diseases.

Orlets

Nikonovsky

Nikonovsky - salad, with pinkish tomatoes, pulp - fleshy, juicy.

Nikonovsky

Good wizard

Good wizard - early ripe, determinant, with spherical most beautiful fruits, weighing 110 g. Pulp - tasty. Suitable for outdoor gardens, cottages.

Mid-season, indeterminantny grade 1.7 m high. Has the big productivity .The fruit weight of pink color is impressive - 500 g .Growing in a greenhouse.

Prepare from this category mainly drinks and salads.

33 heroes

Vegetation period - 110 days. Indeterminant. Yield. Grow in greenhouses and on open land. Tomatoes are bright in color and have the shape of a cube, weight up to 450 g .Used in salads, as well as great for juice. Drought resistant.

The term of ripening vegetable - reaches 123 days. Tomatoes are of a crimson color, glossy-round, with fleshy pulp, their weight can be in excess of 500 g. It will take root on open ground and in greenhouse cabins. Characteristic for salads.

33 bogatyr

Best Bestos

Tall and mid-season variety with an unusual name of the letters of the Latin alphabet, which has a high yield. Homeland - Bulgaria. Suitable for greenhouse cultivation.

Ribbed red-raspberry tomatoes with plump skin. Weight reaches to 420 g .Pretty sweet to taste. Apply fresh and for canning in jars. Marked by the stability of the crop. Stress resistant.

Best Bestos

Mexico

The height of the bush - 1.6 m. Indeterminant, mid-season. In full aging, the mass can reach 650 g .The flesh is fleshy, has a shape - a round, flat, color - pale pink.

Used in food for salads. For protected ground.

Abakansky pink

Indeterminant, mid-season variety with fleshy fruits. Weight - up to 520 g .Growing occurs in greenhouses and open areas.

Has a negative trait: can not be stored.
Abakansky Pink

Abrika Zebra

Tall, mid-season variety. Tomatoes have a brownish color and purple-green stripes. Have a quality assessment of taste.

Apricot zebra

Apricot

Low-growing hybrid, mid-season. For closed and open ground. Vegetables - rounded, yellowish in color, weighing no more than 110 g .Characterized by sweetness and taste. Excellent demand for roll-ups and salads.

Apricot

Abruzzo

Tall, early ripe variety, length - 155 cm. Yield. For greenhouse cultivation. Immet pear-shaped red fruit, characterized by ribbing. Fleshy, with excellent taste resource, weigh up to 350 g .

Used by the consumer mainly for making salads. Not susceptible to phytophthora.

Abruzzo

Aventuniai

Indeterminant, more than 2 m tall. Mid-season. Greenhouse option. With pink round vegetables and juicy flesh, about 250 cm in size. .Great for seaming and salads.

Aventuniai

Australian

Indeterminant and medium late variety. Yield. Grown under greenhouse shelters. Tomatoes - flatish, reddish color, fleshy. Good taste.

Weigh to 500 g .Few seeds. Used for the preparation of salads, juices and tomato puree.

Australian

Agatha

Determinant, height is low, up to 45 cm. Early ripe variety. Yield. It is suitable under film shelters and on land. Tomato fruits are red, flat-rounded, weighing approximately 90 g .

They are very tasty receptors. Yield( 4 kg from one bush).Not picky about cracking. It is used for salads.

Weakly damaged during transportation. Susceptible to phytophthora.
Agatha

Agi Bulgaria

Tall, productive. Medium early. Suitable only for planting in greenhouses. Bright red round vegetables can reach up to 250 g .Excellent taste.

For making salads and roll-ins. Weakly affected by disease. It grows in the north.

Adam's apple

Indeterminant, mid-season. The length can reach 1.6 m. It is recommended to plant both in the greenhouse and in the garden beds. Round tomatoes with a smooth thin skin of red color.

Weight reaches 200 g .Suitable for salads, as well as conservation. They tolerate cold weather.

Adam's apple

Adeline

Determinant, mid-season culture. For greenhouse planting and open ground. A cream-like red vegetable weighs 90 g .Good taste. Salt, canned, prepared salads.

Culture does not suffer from fusarium. Good tolerance to drought.
Adeline

646

This is a pretty rare type of tomatoes. The average fruit weight on average is from 270-550 g .The color of these tomatoes raspberry-red. Differs in taste. When the cut is sugary.

This category has a high yield. It grows best in open ground, on the south side. It is used for juices and salads.

Rare variety 646

1884

High-yielding and mid-season. The height of such a bush can reach 1.9 m. And the weight of a vegetable in its mature form is from 800g to 1kg .The flesh is fleshy and juicy, pink in color.

In the middle lane it will be better to grow this category in greenhouses. However, in other regions it is possible to plant in the open field.1884 is suitable for making fresh salad, juice and tomato sauce.

Tomato variety 1884

In order not to be mistaken when choosing tomato varieties for the plot, pay attention to all factors: crop care and adaptation, endurance and taste, susceptibility to weather disasters and yield, susceptibility to diseases and storage time.

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