Black Tomato De Barao 10 PCS fresh seeds, Solanum lycopersicum
Black Tomato De Barao (lat. Solanum lycopersicum)
Plants develop according to an indeterminate type. The bushes are tall, they grow up to 200 cm or more in the greenhouse. The stems are strong, but they can break under the load of ripe fruits. Therefore, they are recommended to tie them to the support. The variety has increased resistance to the main diseases of tomatoes, including late blight. Tomato of late ripening (120-130 days from the appearance of full shoots). In regions with difficult weather conditions, it is better to grow the variety in greenhouses. The fruits are aligned, weighing from 50 to 60 g, ovoid, dark brown in color with a purple tinge. The flesh is dense, very pleasant taste. The skin is strong, not prone to cracking. With competent agricultural technology, up to 8 kg of tomatoes can be removed from a square meter of planting per season. Like most late-ripening varieties, the variety requires early sowing. In the middle zone, it is recommended to do this around the middle of February. Seedlings are planted in a permanent place at the age of 70-75 days. No more than 4 plants are placed on a square meter. Bushes are formed into 1-2 trunks, pinching them after the appearance of 5-7 flower brushes. The variety is resistant to temperature fluctuations, but needs regular watering and fertilizing.