Table of contents:
- Tomato "Arletta F1"
- Tomato "Beefsteak F1"
- Tomato "Golden Andromeda F1"
- Tomato "Igranda"
- Tomato "Mona Lisa F1"
- Tomato "Torbay F1"
- Tomato "Hines 3402 F1"
- Tomato "Cherie Blosem F1"
- Tomato "Flame F1"
- Tomato "Village F1"
- Tomato "Magnifica F1"
- Tomato "Sanka"
- Tomato "Paradise Delight"
- Tomato "Pink Elephant"
- Tomato "Wild Rose"
Video: The Best Varieties Of Early Ripe Tomatoes From The Company "Eurosemena", Barnaul
2023 Author: Ava Durham | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-27 07:13
What drives the gardener in his annual desire to start the summer cottage season in February and, finally, sow the first seeds for seedlings? Let's be honest - an irresistible desire to do at least something, at least somehow bring spring closer with its beds and the first crops! But seriously, first of all, we start the "seedling" marathon so early in order to get the vegetables grown with our own hands as soon as possible. Tomatoes in particular. As you know, only early varieties can give an early harvest. In this article, we have collected for you a description of the best early ripening varieties and hybrids of tomatoes from the Eurosemena company (Barnaul).
Tomatoes of domestic and foreign selection for greenhouses and open ground, which will be discussed in the article, are distinguished by their unpretentiousness to growing conditions, resistance to disease and cracking. Fruits of all varieties and hybrids are rich in vitamins and nutrients and have a beneficial effect on the human body.
Tomato "Arletta F1"
One of the most popular hybrids is the early maturing, indeterminate Tomato Arletta F1. A vigorous open-type plant perfectly sets fruit both in the open field and in greenhouses. Like all giants, it needs support and tying up. The harvest ripens 117 days after germination. The hybrid is resistant to the main diseases of tomatoes. Cold resistance and unpretentiousness of this hybrid allow to collect high yields of tomatoes even when grown in not the most lit places of the greenhouse.
The fruits of the Arletta F1 tomato are bright red, round, with barely noticeable ribbing. The average weight of fruits is about 280 g. Productivity in foil greenhouses ranges from 8 to 12 kg per 1 m². The hybrid is prized for its excellent sweet taste and excellent marketability. Ideal for salads and for all types of canning.
Tomato "Beefsteak F1"
Medium-early high-yielding tomato hybrid "Beefsteak F1" is intended for cultivation in film greenhouses. The ripening period is 110-115 days. The height of an adult plant reaches 1.8 m. Fruits of a pleasant red color have a flat-round shape. The average weight is 250-300 g, but with good care, some specimens reach 500 g.
But good weight and high yield are not the only advantages of a hybrid. Fruits of "Beefsteak F1" are distinguished by their fleshy tender pulp with excellent taste and aroma. Ideal tomato for salads, sandwiches, juices and all kinds of culinary processing. The hybrid is resistant to Alternaria spotting, cladosporium and fruit cracking.
Tomato "Golden Andromeda F1"
An early maturing determinant hybrid for growing in open ground and greenhouses. Forms a powerful plant. Simple inflorescences contain 5-7 fruits and are laid every two leaves. The first brush usually appears above 5-6 leaves. Rounded fruits are covered with bright orange gloss without a green spot at the stalk. The average weight of fruits is from 110 to 130 g. The yield in greenhouses reaches 9-11 kg per 1 m², in open ground - 6-7 kg.
The fruits of an early ripe tomato hybrid "Zolotaya Andromeda F1" are distinguished by their high taste, good marketable type and transportability. Recommended for all uses, including baby and diet food. The tomato is resistant to Alternaria and some other diseases.
An early maturing undersized tomato variety is excellent for growing in open ground and in film greenhouses. The period from germination to full ripening is only 90-100 days. Partial pinching is required to obtain an early harvest. The fruits are red, flat-round, and have a very good taste. Average weight of tomatoes 120 -160 g. Recommended for salads, juices and all types of canning and cooking.
Tomato variety "Igranda" is resistant to verticillary wilting, "tolerant" to fusarium. Next year, if desired, you can grow this variety from your own seeds.
Tomato "Mona Lisa F1"
The large-fruited hybrid of early ripening "Mona Lisa F1" is the pride of the "Golden Collection". Semi-determinant plant, recommended for growing in open ground and film greenhouses. The height of the bushes is 1.2 - 1.3 m; pinching is required to obtain good yields. Fruits are smooth, rounded, deep red. Average weight 250 g. Due to its meatiness and excellent taste, the tomato is ideal for salads and making fresh juices.
The onset of ripening occurs 94-98 days after full germination. The tomato hybrid "Mona Lisa F1" is distinguished by its high yield and resistance to nematodes, fusarium blight, verticillium wilt. Excellent keeping quality and transportability, excellent taste and marketability, high fruit setting and yield make this hybrid a favorite among early ripe tomatoes.
Tomato "Torbay F1"
The indeterminate hybrid of the mid-early ripening period "Torbay F1" is intended for growing in open ground and greenhouses. After 110-115 days after germination, you can start harvesting the first crop. The tomato has a high yield, excellent taste and marketability, resistance to the main diseases of tomatoes. It tolerates transportation well.
Fruits are bright pink in color, average weight 200 g. Pleasant taste and delicate texture make it suitable for fresh use and for all processing methods.
Tomato "Hines 3402 F1"
Hynes 3402 F1 is the No. 1 tomato hybrid in the world! The determinant type plant for open ground and greenhouses will delight you with the first harvest 110 days from the start of germination. The beautiful red fruits of perfect plum shape and excellent taste are adorned with powerful, strong bushes. When ripe, tomatoes do not require immediate harvest, as they are perfectly preserved on the bush, without losing either an excellent presentation or a great taste.
Fruits weighing 90-100 g are ideal not only for salads, but also for canning. The Hynes 3402 F1 hybrid is resistant to the main diseases of tomatoes.
Tomato "Cherie Blosem F1"
The early maturing indeterminate hybrid "Cherry Blosem F1" is intended for growing in open ground and greenhouses. Due to his high growth he needs a garter. The plant forms graceful clusters with 20 red glossy fruits weighing only 20-25 g.
Excellent taste and original appearance make the hybrid ideal for fresh use, canning and decoration of the holiday table. The hybrid is highly resistant to tobacco mosaic virus and late blight.
Tomato "Flame F1"
The novelty of the "Golden Collection" is an early ripe hybrid "Flame F1". Plant of determinant type for growing in open and protected ground. Maturation occurs at 85-90 days from full shoots. The bush is compact, standard-shaped, no more than 1.2 m high. Plum-like fruits of orange-scarlet color have a good sweet taste and aroma. The average weight of tomatoes is 60-80 g.
The unpretentiousness of the hybrid is manifested in the ability to put up with a lack of light during growing and not respond to sudden changes in temperature. The amicable ripening of the fruits allows the plant to avoid phytophthora, while the hybrid has genetic resistance to the rest of tomato diseases. Productivity, subject to growing conditions, reaches 15 kg per 1 m². Recommended for fresh use, canning and any culinary processing.
Tomato "Village F1"
The large-fruited determinant hybrid of the mid-early ripening period "Village F1" refers to Beef (steak) tomatoes. Ripening occurs 110 days after full shoots. Simple and semi-complex brushes are laid, starting from the 6th and further through 2-3 sheets.
The bright red, rounded fruits are huge, beautiful and tasty. The average weight of such a tomato is 350-450 g. The tender pulp in consistency resembles a ripe persimmon. The taste is sweet, without acid. As a bright representative of steak tomatoes, the hybrid is recommended for fresh use and juicing. Differs in resistance to fruit cracking and top rot.
Tomato "Magnifica F1"
An early ripe determinant cherry tomato hybrid "Magnifica F1" is intended for growing in open ground and greenhouses. Fruiting occurs 90-95 days after germination. On simple and semi-complex clusters, 15-20 cylindrical fruits of bright orange color are tied. The mass of smooth glossy fruits does not exceed 20 g. Very sweet fleshy pulp is characterized by a high content of beta-carotene. The hybrid is recommended for salads, juices and canning.
Hybrid "Magnifica F1" is appreciated for its unpretentiousness. Excellent fruit setting occurs even under unfavorable conditions - sharp fluctuations in temperature, lack of moisture, low light. In addition, the plant is resistant to tobacco mosaic, Fusarium, Alternaria and bacteriosis. Productivity in open ground up to 10 kg, in greenhouses up to 12 kg from 1 m².
The super early ripening tomato variety "Sanka" enjoys well-deserved popularity even among experienced breeders. Large dense fruits of exceptional taste and appearance will delight you long before the ripening of all other varieties and hybrids. The first harvest can be removed as early as 90-95 days from germination. Tomatoes weighing up to 150 g are ideal for fresh use (salads, juices) and for all types of canning.
Tomato "Sanka" forms compact bushes, no more than 60 cm high. It does not require pinching and is resistant to the main diseases of tomatoes.
Tomato "Paradise Delight"
The mid-ripening variety for open ground "Paradise Delight" will give the first ripe fruits on days 122-128 from full shoots. The plant is indeterminate, no more than 1.2 m high. Bright red fruits with barely noticeable ribbing, when ripe, reach a weight of 400-500 g and more. The record fruit of this variety weighed 800 g.
Large-fruited is not the only advantage of this variety. Outwardly beautiful, the Paradise Delight tomatoes live up to their name. Bright sweet taste, high sugar content, rich set of vitamins and nutrients make this variety ideal for fresh consumption and juice production.
Tomato "Pink Elephant"
The mid-early semi-determinant variety "Pink Elephant" is recommended for growing outdoors. The plant is massive, with potato leaves, the first fruit cluster is laid above the 7th and then after 2-3 leaves. Maturation occurs in 110-115 days from germination.
Fruits of the "Pink Elephant" variety are large, weighing up to 280 g, bright pink, ribbed at the base. The pulp is fleshy, with excellent sweet taste. Ideal for salads, juices and just to eat.
Tomato "Wild Rose"
The indeterminate early-ripening variety "Wild Rose" is recommended for growing in open field and film greenhouses. It grows up to 150 cm, needs a garter and pinning. Large fruits weighing up to 350 g turn pink when ripe. The shape is flat-round, slightly ribbed. Excellent taste, recommended as a salad variety.
This tomato is heat-resistant, easily tolerates soil salinity, and is also resistant to the tobacco mosaic virus.
Dear Readers! If you are not yet familiar with the presented varieties and hybrids, add to your collection! Ask the shops for seeds from the best series of the company "Eurosemena" (Barnaul). Quality seeds from a reliable producer are the first and most important step towards a great harvest!
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