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Pepper-shaped tomato seeds - Scatolone - exotic and very tasty

Pepper-shaped tomato seeds - Scatolone - exotic and very tasty
Pepper-shaped tomato seeds - Scatolone - exotic and very tasty
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Scatolone pepper-shaped delicious tomato seeds are now part of the Semenata org home and garden catalog, which is available to our many current and future customers.

Scatolones are mid-early and high-growing (stakes) cultivars that produce high yields and are best grown indoors in a greenhouse (plastic greenhouse), tomato tunnel, or greenhouse.

Scatolone tomatoes are quite large, have an elongated bell-shaped shape, and usually weigh more than 200 grams each. Because they have a high concentration of dry matter, tomatoes are ideal for barbecues, grills, grills, or simply for an appetizing sandwich combined with meat, yellow cheese, or cheese.

This extravagant tomato pepper is very tasty and aromatic and has an interesting oblong shape and a memorable color. It is mainly used for consumption in a fresh raw state mainly in the form of salad, side dish, or decoration for various dishes.

However, it is also suitable for cooking lean and meat dishes such as casserole, tomatoes with rice, meatballs with tomato sauce, and others, most of which are typical of our native cuisine and we remember them from the recipes of our beloved grandmothers.

Scatolone tomato peppers are also valued for making preserves from whole and chopped tomatoes, peeled and unpeeled tomatoes, tomato juice and tomato puree, ketchup, pickles, or tomato sauce for pouring different types of dishes from our and foreign cuisines, most - already from the Mediterranean and Italian, such as pasta, spaghetti, couscous, macaroni, lasagna.

In addition to having interesting shapes, an appetizing color and smell, and a good taste, pepper-shaped tomatoes are also carriers of a number of vitamins and other healthy ingredients such as flavonoids or antioxidants, according to the data of the Seed Shop online store.

The Scatolone pepper-type tomato is sown as 25 to 30 grams of varietal seeds are needed for one acre of agricultural area.

In its early sowing, this is done from the 20th day of the month of January to the 25th day of the month of February. For medium sowing, the best time is between March 1 and March 30, and for late sowing, the optimal time interval is from the 25th of April to the 10th of May. Sowing is carried out from 1-1.5 centimeters to 2-3 centimeters deep in the ground, depending on the time of the procedure.

The transplanting of the ready seedlings of Scatolone tomato peppers is done as soon as the last days of April are over and the danger that the frosts bring to the tomato plants has passed.

A distance of 80 to 120 centimeters from row to row and 35 to 45 centimeters from plant to plant in each row must be observed to ensure better ventilation and nutrition of the plantations. See more seedless tomato seeds.

Cut / number of seeds: 1 g package of tomato seeds in the shape of Scatolone peppers.
Sowing rate: 25 to 30 grams per acre.
Sowing period: For early sowing from January 20 to February 25, for medium sowing from March 1 to March 30, and for late sowing from April 25 to May 10.
Planting period: As soon as the month of April ends.
Growing scheme: 80 - 120/ 35 - 45 cm. On stakes indoors (in polyethylene greenhouses) and outdoors.
Fruit characteristics: Scatolone tomatoes are extremely interesting and extravagant. They form fruits that can very easily be mistaken for peppers. They resemble the shape of most large peppers, and the fruit is deep red, very tasty, and fleshy (average weight of about 200 g). Perfect for fresh consumption and processing. 

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