Seeds of Italian Pink Tomato Ponderosa, very sweet
Packet/ seeds amount: about 125 - 175 seeds of Italian Pink Tomato Ponderosa in 1 packet.
Sowing rate: About 25 to 30 grams per 1 acre.
Optimal time for sowing: For early sowing from 20th of January to 25th of February. For medium sowing from 1st to 30th of March. For late sowing from 25th of April to 15th of May.
Ideal time for transplanting seedlings: In May and June.
Cultivation scheme: 80-120/ 35-40 cm. On stakes outdoors and indoors.
Vegetation: From 90 to 95 days.
Characteristics of the plant: The Italian pink tomatoes Ponderosa form a large fruit (average weight 400 - 500 g) with a deep pink color, round flattened shape and faded ribbing, almost without seeds. Very sweet in taste and aromatic. Perfect for fresh consumption.
The rich vegetable catalog of Online Catalog Semenata.ORG offers seeds of pink Italian tomato Ponderosa to all our current and future customers.
The Ponderosa tomato is large and tasty and weighs 400 to 500 grams. It has a round shape, slightly flattened and slightly ribbed with pink color. The tomatoes are very tasty and aromatic.
A big advantage for consumers of the pink Italian tomatoes is that it contains almost no seeds, therefore it is preferred for making any type of salad, tomato juice and tomato puree, lutenitsa and ketchup, as well as tomato sauce.
Ponderosa tomatoes are suitable for early, mid and late sowing and provide consistently good results and high yields.
The Italian Ponderosa tomatoes are not only delicious, but they are also rich in vitamins and other useful ingredients. They are an important part of healthy diets and in the menu of vegetarians and vegans, children and adults, people suffering from illnesses or in recovery. They are used both for healthy eating as well as for cosmetic procedures.
According to the data from the vegetable catalog of Online Catalog Semenata.ORG you need only 25 to 30 grams of seeds of Italian tomato Ponderosa to sow one decar.
Sow the seeds for early and mid sowing 1 to 1.5 centimeters deep in the soil when the temperature is 15 degrees Celsius and above.
For optimal results in the early sowing sow them from 20th of January to 25th of February. For mid sowing, do it from 1st to 30th of March. In the late sowing of tomatoes, sow them from 25th of April to 15th of May and put the seeds 2 to 3 centimeters deep in the soil.
Transplant the seedlings to their place for growing in May and June, as soon as the spring frosts have passed.
Leave a distance of 80 to 120 centimeters between the rows and 35 to 45 centimeters between the seedlings in the rows for better ventilation of the plants.
The tomatoes bear fruit between May and September. The experience of the specialists of the team of Online Catalog Semenata.ORG shows that their vegetation lasts between 90 and 95 days. See more seeds for vegetables online.