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Tomato seeds for salad Kalina F1 great Bulgarian variety

Tomato seeds for salad Kalina F1 great Bulgarian variety
Tomato seeds for salad Kalina F1 great Bulgarian variety
2.10USD
  • Model: VSG0254

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The online garden catalog for tomato seeds semenata.org presents to all interested gardeners and lovers of Bulgarian vegetable production the mid-early maturing tomato seeds variety Kalina F1 for salad. This variety of Bulgarian tomatoes is mainly grown on stakes, single-stemmed.

Watching them with the help of stake structures is imperative, due to the fact that the stems of this tomato variety grow high. And leaving a few of their inflorescences helps the quality nutrition of the fruits.

The hybrid variety for salads is quite intensively in demand due to its resistant properties. Kalina F1 avoids many of the diseases that attack tomatoes. A huge and important plus for all those who love natural and biologically clean vegetables. Thanks to the resistance of the variety, you will not have to spray the tomatoes with chemicals. The lettuce variety is resistant to verticillium, tobacco mosaic, fusarium, and nematode tolerant.

The other quality and positive thing about choosing this variety of tomatoes for salad are that its storage is easy and long-lasting (up to 2 weeks). This is how you keep the tomatoes in their beautiful and high-quality form. A good argument for vegetable growers and people involved in trade related to vegetables and their export abroad is the hardiness of tomatoes. They can be transported far for this very reason.

The seeds for their mid-early production are sown between the months of March and April.

Seedlings are brought to their permanent place in the months of May and June. When placing the seedlings, leave a distance of about 80 centimeters from row to row, and about 40 centimeters between the plants that have sprouted from the seeds.

As mentioned, Kalina F1 tomatoes for salads are grown by placing stakes to which the stems of the plants are attached. You should keep in mind that watering the vegetable is also important and like most crops, it should be watered regularly and sparingly.

The vegetation period of Kalina F1 tomatoes is about 60-70 days. Ready red tomatoes can be collected from July to September. They don't have green rings, but you can tell they're ready to pick when they're red and firm enough.

If you want to grow greenhouse tomatoes for Kalina F1 salad, you can sow the seeds in December, from the 18th to the 20th, and this must be done in a heated greenhouse, you will get a harvest in May, at the beginning of May. If you sow in early January from the 5th to the 7th, then a heated greenhouse is not needed, it just needs to be double-insulated with foil. Then you will enjoy tomatoes after the middle of May and see our Homestead pink tomato seeds.

Cut / number of seeds: 50 pcs. seeds, 250 pcs. seeds, 1000 pcs. seeds, 2500 pcs. seeds
Sowing rate: From 15 to 20 grams per acre.
Yield: From 10 to 12 tons per hectare.
Sowing period: The months of March and April.
Planting period: May and June. (seedlings are ready in about 60 days)
Cultivation scheme: Stake, single-stemmed at 80/40 cm spacing. Salad tomatoes can be grown in 8-9 bunches without breaking the top or break it in 4-5 bunches, leaving 6-8 flowers per bunch.
Vegetation: 120 days.
Characteristics of the fruit: The salad tomato Kalina F1 forms curled and slightly flattened fruits, smooth with an average weight of about 150 - 200 g. Appetizing red in color, hard and non-bursting, they do not have a green ring. Very tender and meaty consistency with a great taste and a pleasant appetizing aroma. Very durable in storage - up to 1 - 2 weeks after plucking. Very good commercial vision.

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