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Seedless tomato seeds Marglobe (Marglobe) - very tasty for salad and canning

Seedless tomato seeds Marglobe (Marglobe) - very tasty for salad and canning
Seedless tomato seeds Marglobe (Marglobe) - very tasty for salad and canning
2.20USD
  • Model: S010617

The rich catalog of tomato seeds Semenata org online also includes Marglobe Italian seedless tomato seeds, and they are always available to our many current and future customers.

The vegetables of the variety are mid-early, they are planted with stakes and, because of their great taste, they are mainly chosen for making a varied salad.

In addition to salad, they are also used to make tomato juices and tomato puree, ketchup, jars of peeled and unpeeled tomatoes, whole and cut tomatoes, and sauces used as toppings and dressings for various main foods from our and from foreign cuisine, mainly the Mediterranean.

With the seedless tomato of the Marglobe variety, our hosts also cook many lean and meat dishes, both Bulgarian and foreign.

Marglobes are quite large, weighing 150 to 200 grams each, round in shape, fleshy, and almost seedless in their core.

It is good to know that the tomato, which has a South American origin and was brought to the Old Continent from there and also to our country, loves heat, sun, and moisture, so you can choose the most suitable place for it when planting it. It is good to water them with the so-called "sunny" waters, which are not too cold, and also not to overwater, but to regularly moisten the ground near the plantations well.

According to the data from the rich vegetable catalog of the Semenata Shop garden center, 30 to 40 grams of the varietal seeds of the Marglobe-type tomatoes are quite enough to optimally process an area of ​​the order of one acre. In this operation, the seed is sown at a distance of 70 centimeters to 80 centimeters from row to row and 30 centimeters to 40 centimeters from plant to plant within each row of tomato plants.

The best time to sow Marglobe tomatoes outside in yards and gardens is between the beginning of January and the end of April.

The yields of large tasty tomatoes will be ready to be picked somewhere from the beginning of June to the end of September, and you can expect high and quality yields of tasty and aromatic tomatoes.

The transplanting of the seedlings is usually done sometime after the last days of April and as soon as the danger of frost has passed. See more special selections of cherry tomato seeds.

Cut / number of seeds: 1.5 g (about 250 - 300 seeds of almost seedless Marglobe tomato are in one packet)
Sowing rate: From 30 to 40 grams per hectare.
Harvest:-
Sowing period: January-April.
Planting period: From the last days of April onwards.
Cultivation scheme: 80-120/35-45 cm. On stakes in a row outdoors and indoors (in a greenhouse made of polyethylene film or greenhouse-quality nylon)
Vegetation: Up to 150 days.
Characteristics of the fruit: The Marglobe tomato forms a rather large fruit (150 - 200 g weight), deep red, fleshy, with few seeds, and extremely tasty. 

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