Detailed description and characteristic of the whole-serving tomato variety
Every gardener dreams of a variety that will tolerate drought and frost, and at the same time produce high yields of .This variety is the variety of tomatoes Klebosolny, the description and characteristics of which are given in this review.
Table of contents
Description and characteristics of a tomato variety Hospitable
advantages and disadvantages
Preparation and planting of seeds
Planting seedlings in the open ground
Diseases and pests
Harvesting and storing the crop
which will be available. He survives perfectly in all weather conditions. Belongs to varieties of average aging. The aging period 115-120 days .Bush grows to a height of 1 meter in the open field. In the greenhouse, the height of the bush reaches 2.5 - 3 meters.
Shrubs wide, spreading. The fruits are large, round shape, grow with brushes. Fruit weight ranges from 550 to 900 gr. The color of the fruit varies from light pink at the beginning of ripening to bright red in the mature stage. The flesh is dense, juicy, with a small amount of seeds, the taste is rich and sweet. Used raw in salads and for processing into juice.
possibility of growing in open beds and in greenhouses ;
good transportability ;
excellent trademark ;
storage duration ;
small ripening period .
The disadvantages of this variety include:
bush sprawling requires support and tying;
canned as a whole is not possible due to the large size of the fruit.
Preparation and Planting of Seeds
Before planting, the seeds must first be prepared:
Using saline solution, we select seeds suitable for planting. Immerse the seeds in the salt solution for 10 minutes. Splash seeds are thrown away. Down on the bottom, rinse under running water;
To prevent diseases, we disinfect seeds with 1% manganese solution;
We process with a growth stimulator ;
Wrap the seeds with an napkin and put them in the fridge for 24 hours( temper);
We warm up the 5 clock at a temperature of 20 degrees.
For sowing seeds, it is necessary to prepare the soil:
We mix garden soil , river sand, peat in equal proportions;
To normalize the acidity of add 200 grams of ash ;
We introduce rotted mullein ;
We pour over the ready soil with a strong solution of manganese.
We fill the prepared soil in wooden boxes, level it and make grooves with a depth of 1 cm. Lay the seeds at a distance of 2 cm from each other. Sprinkle with earth, gently pour and cover with polyethylene. We take out to the dark room with a temperature of +25 degrees.
After 5 days, after the sprouts appear, we remove the polyethylene and transfer the container with the seedlings to a room with good lighting. Reduce the room temperature to 14–15 degrees. Watering should be abundant, but not frequent. For irrigation it is better to use a spray. After two leaves appear on the seedlings, they should be transplanted into separate 1 liter pots.
. Replant should be extremely careful not to damage the still weak root system. This should be done with a lump of land from the former place of growth. Every two weeks, seedlings should be fertilized with a solution of ash diluted in the following proportions:
ash - 200 grams;
water - 10 liters.
Since tomatoes love good lighting, it is necessary to create additional illumination with fluorescent lights.
A week before planting, the seedlings must be hardened. The first two days in a room with saplings you need to open a window on 2-3 hours . After two days you can take out the containers with seedlings on a light day outside. Two days before planting in open ground, leave the seedlings in the open air overnight.