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Seeds of indeterminate tomatoes Opal BG F1 - highly resistant to high temperatures

Seeds of indeterminate tomatoes Opal BG F1 - highly resistant to high temperatures
Seeds of indeterminate tomatoes Opal BG F1 - highly resistant to high temperatures
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  • Model: OPAL438

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For connoisseurs of Bulgarian varieties and production, the online catalog for delicious tomato seeds semenata.org is very pleased to present the next product from its vegetable catalog - seeds of indeterminate tomato variety Opal BG F1.

Lovers of Bulgarian red tomatoes can be pleased with the creation of this variety. Its fruits are deep red, round in shape, with good taste. Indeterminate (tall) tomatoes Opal BG F1 are intended for viewing outside or in a greenhouse and greenhouse. The variety grows on stems that are of unlimited height.

The selection that has been made makes the tomato resistant to diseases (there is resistance to verticillium, tobacco mosaic, and fusarium, and highly tolerant to Alternaria). A good result is also obtained regarding the firmness of the tomatoes, their intractability, and durability during storage and transport.

All these advantages of the Bulgarian variety indeterminate Opal BG F1 make it preferred for industrial production. Vegetable growers choose these tomatoes for export trade, apart from offering them in our markets.

If you have already chosen to sow such a variety, you should know that it is a preferred option to sow in separate pots, trays, and similar containers to prepare seedlings. Sowing can begin at the end of January and continue until the end of February.

The sprouted seeds can be transplanted outside from March twenty-fifth to April twentieth.

For a good result, it is necessary to observe the following distances, leaving about 70-80 centimeters from row to row, and about 30 centimeters between each of the seedlings.

To sow one acre of indeterminate Opal BG F1 tomato seeds, you will only need about 15 to 20 grams.

The characteristic of the fruits is that they do not have green rings, they weigh about 180 to 200 grams, and they produce relatively large fruits.

One of the main advantages of the variety is its high resistance to high temperatures. For this reason, it is highly valued by producers in Sandanski, Plovdiv, Parvomai, Yambol, etc. southern places in Bulgaria.

Because Opal BG F1 tomatoes are ideal for industrial production, they can be used to preserve tomatoes, and make ketchup and various juices. However, this does not mean at all that you cannot watch it at home, in your own garden.

It is a very good option and a huge convenience to have these tomatoes at hand. In the summer, you will be able to eat the delicious and appetizing tomato, and at the same time, you can prepare winter food, thanks to its taste qualities and its presence in your yard.

You can close whole tomatoes in jars, preserve the juice squeezed from them, or make homemade lutenists. The choice is yours, and the possibilities are limitless.

The vegetable finds a very easy application, as it combines perfectly with various types of other vegetables. And as part of the main dishes, it is used in almost every dish you can think of. For meat dishes, fish, dressings, soups, sandwiches, and much more, naturally the most useful and tasty is freshly cut. See more from our vegetable seeds catalog – super early tomato seeds Final F1.

Cut / number of seeds: 0.2 g (50 - 60 seeds), 1 g, 5 g (1250 - 1500), 10 g (about 2500 - 3000 seeds of indeterminate tomatoes Opal BG F1)

Sowing rate: From 15 to 20 grams per hectare.

Sowing period: 15.01 – 25.02.

Planting period: 25.03 – 25.04.

Growing scheme: 70-80/30-40 cm. Outdoors and in greenhouses.

Fruit characteristics: Round in shape, deep red color. Medium-sized fruit (160 - 180 g). Before ripening, the indeterminate (tall) tomato is light green, and then it uniformly turns an appetizing red color without a green ring. The fruits are non-bursting, smooth, and firm. They have very good resistance to storage and transport. 

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