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Tomato seeds for canning San Marzano - the secret of real tomato puree

Tomato seeds for canning San Marzano - the secret of real tomato puree
Tomato seeds for canning San Marzano - the secret of real tomato puree
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The offer that follows from the online garden catalog for tomato seeds semenata.org catalog is tomato seeds for canning San Marzano. This variety of seedless tomatoes has ideal taste qualities and is among the most preferred for the production of canned tomatoes.

The oblong and red tomatoes of this variety for canning are famous for their exceptionally rich taste.

Their high yield is a prerequisite for tomatoes with an interesting dark color to become popular among vegetable growers.

They are ideal for mid-early production. The large shaped leaves with their high density protect the plants from the strong sun, respectively from the "sunning" of the fruit.

For the early sowing of San Marzano canning tomato seeds, you will need 25 to 30 grams of San Marzano variety seeds, and for the late - 30 to 40 grams. For direct sowing of one acre, you need to provide 150 grams of seed.

If you are going to make seedlings, it is good to be aware that the seeds germinate at a temperature higher than 15 degrees Celsius. Watering, of course, is also extremely important, both for most crops and for this variety of tomato. Keep the soil moist.

Seeds of San Marzano canning tomatoes are sown in the soil 1 to 1.5 centimeters deep. For their early production, they are sown in the period from the end of January to the end of February. For the mid-morning - in the month of March, for the late - April 25th - May 10th.

The seedling needs about 60 days to be ready.

You can take it outside to open agricultural areas after you are satisfied that the frosts have passed. This is most likely at the end of March - April (follow the weather forecast).

If you decide to sow directly, keep in mind that this should happen in April, and the depth of the soil in this case will be from 2 to 3 centimeters.

The growing season of San Marzano canned tomatoes is about 110 days. When the time comes to pick, you will see that under the good conditions you have provided the plantations will thank you with a rather enviable, high yield.

Widely used in cooking, the red San Marzano variety tomato is particularly popular in Italian cuisine. It makes a great tomato puree. As everyone knows, pasta and spaghetti with tomato puree are the most delicious, especially if San Marzano tomatoes are used for the juice. Thickened sauces are also very well used, and not only in Italian cuisine.

Globally, the tomato is extremely popular for canning, adding it to many foods, and sandwiches, as well as eating it fresh in a salad, even without any additives.

Of course, if you mix the tomato with different vegetables, you will only win. The most popular in our country is the salad made in the village, namely only cucumbers and tomatoes (the famous "village salad").

The tomato has the ability to "release" its juices into the salad, and they are so delicious! Just imagine how it is possible to dip a slice of bread, preferably black, in tomato juice and it will bring you real pleasure!

Do not hesitate, but try as soon as possible to sow seeds of tomatoes without stakes, which are popular all over the world as the ideal variety for canning - San Marzano! See more organic tomato seeds for salad from Semeata org.

Cut / number of seeds: 0.5 g (125 - 175 seeds)

Sowing rate: For direct sowing - 150 grams per hectare, for early sowing - 25 to 30 grams, for late sowing - 30 to 40 grams.

Sowing period: Early sowing - 25.01 - 30.02, mid-early - March, late - 25.04 - 10.05.

Planting period: End of March.

Cultivation scheme: Outdoors, although it is deterministic, it is recommended to grow stakes or a structure. 80-120/35-45 cm.

Vegetation: About 110 days.

Characteristics of the fruit: Oblong fruits (average weight 130 - 140 g), dark red color, dense fleshy consistency, and great taste. Ideal for making purees, canning whole tomatoes, juicing, and drying. 

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