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Homestead Pink Tomato Seeds (Non-Hybrid Giant)

Homestead Pink Tomato Seeds (Non-Hybrid Giant)
Homestead Pink Tomato Seeds (Non-Hybrid Giant)
1.90USD
  • Model: OPAL018

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The team of the semenata.org online vegetable seeds catalog is very happy to be able to offer the next variety of Homestead Giant pink tomato seeds – Non-Hybrid Giant.

Of course, the first thing that distinguishes it from its fellows is the impressively large size it reaches (its fruits can weigh up to a kilogram). Naturally, in order to be able to feed these large fruits, it needs a stable and strong stem. It grows tall and forms many leaves, the purpose of which is to protect the future ripe vegetables.

Homestead is a direct tomato that has a great taste and a strong characteristic aroma. The viewing of these pink tomato giants is made possible by the stake construction for their stems. It is not recommended to sow the seeds directly in a permanent place, but you must first prepare seedlings from them.

The place where you will place the ready seedlings must be sunny and the soil fertile.

You should prepare the seeds for seedlings in separate pots and buckets for seedlings. Keep the seeds sown warm in the greenhouse or in the greenhouse.

For their early yield, sow the seeds of the Direct Pink Homestead tomatoes from January 20th to February 25th, for their mid-early production from March 1st to 30th, and for their late production sow from April 25th to May 10th.

Pink tomato seeds need a minimum germination temperature of fifteen degrees Celsius. They are sown 1 to 1.5 centimeters deep for early harvest, and 2 to 3 centimeters for late harvest.

After the first well-formed leaves appear from the germinated seeds of the Homestead direct pink tomato, you can take the seedlings to their permanent place (after about 60 days). When planting, leave from row to row a distance of 80 centimeters to 120 centimeters, and for the sprouted young plants - from 35 cm to 45 centimeters in the row.

The vegetation of the Homestead variety lasts about 80 to 90 days. When the tomatoes are ripe and you start harvesting, you should know that the yield will be very enviable - about ten tons per hectare.

The Homestead direct (non-hybrid) pink tomato is highly preferred for fresh consumption. Whether it will be in a salad or simply sliced ​​on a plate, it will be equally delicious. There is no need to season this tomato, it is sweet, tasty, and aromatic.

Here is a delicacy for lovers of Bulgarian traditional meals. During the summer months, a pink tomato is always present on the table, cut into circles, placed on top of delicious homemade Bulgarian cheese, and sprinkled with fresh basil, again grown in the home garden.

Enjoy the taste and quality of this direct pink tomato variety by ordering Homestead seeds from the online catalog for tomato seeds semenata.org.

Cut / number of seeds: 0.2 g (40 - 60 seeds of direct tomatoes pink Homestead are available in one package).

Sowing rate: For early sowing - from 25 to 30 grams/ha, for medium and late - from 30 to 40 grams/ha.

Harvest: Up to about 10 tons from an area of ​​1 decare.

Sowing period: Early - 20.01 - 25.02, middle - March, late - 25.04 - 10.05.

Planting period: End of March.

Growing scheme: Homestead direct pink tomatoes are grown with the help of stakes, outdoors. At distances of 80-120/35-45 cm.

Vegetation: From 80 to 90 days.

Fruit characteristics: Non-hybrid pink tomatoes form very large fruits (not infrequently reaching 1 kg), have deep red-pink color, round in shape with light edges. Excellent taste qualities, fleshy sweet interior with a slight juiciness. The variety is highly valued as a salad and is most often used for fresh consumption. 

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