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We advise all lovers of small tomatoes and those who want to get a result as soon as possible to plant an early tomato hybrid "Classic F1".
It is not difficult to grow, and its compactness will allow it to be cultivated even in low greenhouses.
In this article, we will tell you in detail about this variety. You will also find in the material the characteristics of the tomato, get acquainted with the features of its cultivation.
Tomato Classic f1: variety description
|general description||Mid-season determinant hybrid|
|Ripening period||95-105 days|
|Average weight of tomatoes||60-110 grams|
|Variety yield||3-4 kg per bush|
|Growing features||Standard agricultural technology|
|Disease resistance||Resistant to most diseases|
This is a determinant, standard tomato hybrid, has the same name F1. In terms of ripening, it belongs to the mid-early species, that is, from planting seedlings to the first ripe fruits, it takes 95-105 days. The plant is medium-sized, 50-100 cm. Like many hybrids, it has a complex resistance to tomato diseases.
This hybrid variety is recommended for growing in film shelters and outdoors.
Fruits that have reached varietal ripeness of red color, are rounded in shape, slightly elongated. The taste is bright, typical for tomatoes. They weigh 60-80 grams, at the first collection they can reach 90-110... The number of chambers is 3-5, the dry matter content is about 5%. Ripe tomatoes can be stored for a long time and tolerate transportation well.
This species was obtained by Chinese breeders in 2003, received state registration as a hybrid variety for unprotected ground and film shelters in 2005. Since that time, it has been deservedly popular with small-fruited tomato lovers and farmers.
"Classic F1" the best harvest can be brought in the south in the open field... In areas of the middle lane, it is risky to grow without film shelters, so it is better to cover. In the more northern parts, it is possible to grow only in greenhouses.
You can compare the weight of the variety with others in the table below:
|Variety name||Fruit weight|
|Peter the First||30-250 grams|
|Pink flamingo||150-450 grams|
|Tsar Peter||130 gram|
|Alpatieva 905A||60 gram|
|La la fa||130-160 grams|
|Dimensionless||up to 1000 grams|
These tomatoes are well suited for canning and barrel pickling. They are also beautiful fresh and will decorate any table. Juices, pastes and purees are very healthy and tasty. If you properly care for the hybrid variety "Classic F1", then from one bush you can collect 3-4 kg of fruit.
The recommended planting density for him is 4-5 plants per sq. m, thus, it comes out up to 20 kg. For such a medium-sized hybrid, this is a very good yield result.
|Classic||up to 20 kg per square meter|
|Lazy||15 kg per square meter|
|Honey heart||8.5 kg per square meter|
|Summer resident||4 kg per bush|
|Banana red||3 kg per bush|
|Doll||8-9 kg per square meter|
|Nastenka||10-12 kg per square meter|
|Broody||10-11 kg per square meter|
|Olya la||20-22 kg per square meter|
|Fat jack||5-6 kg per bush|
|Bella Rosa||5-7 kg per square meter|
Among the main positive qualities of the hybrid variety "Classic F1" note:
- early maturity;
- resistance to lack of moisture;
- tolerance to temperature changes;
- disease resistance;
- good yield.
Among the disadvantages, it should be said that this species is quite capricious in terms of feeding. Also, gardeners note that it does not get along well with other types of tomatoes. Among the features of the "Classic F1" tomatoes, it is worth noting its resistance to external factors. Also, it must certainly be said by its yield and very high resistance to pest diseases.
Read more about fertilizers for tomatoes in the articles of our website:
- How to use phosphoric, complex, mineral, ready-made fertilizers correctly?
- How to use iodine, ash, hydrogen peroxide, ammonia and boric acid for feeding?
- What are fertilizers for seedlings, when picking, foliar fertilizers?
Growing a tomato Classic f1 does not present any particular difficulties. Although the plant is undersized, it is advisable to strengthen its trunk with the help of tying, and the branches with props. The bush is formed in 3-4 stems, more often in three. At all stages of growth, it really needs complex feeding.
Diseases and pests
Tomato Classic F1 can be prone to cracking. It is not difficult to fight against this disease, it will be enough to adjust the humidity of the environment. Against such a disease as dry spotting, the "Tattu" or "Antrakol" remedy is successfully used.
Against other types of diseases, you only need prevention, watering and lighting, timely fertilization, these measures will save your tomato from all troubles.
Of the pests, it is most often attacked by the gnawing moth. This happens both in greenhouse shelters and in open ground. There is a sure remedy against it: the drug "Arrow".
In order to prevent the pest from becoming an uninvited guest next year, for this it is necessary to thoroughly weed the soil in autumn, collect insect larvae and thoroughly spray it with "Arrow".
Slugs are also frequent guests on the leaves of this species. They can be collected by hand, but it will be more effective to isolate the soil.
In the southern regions, the Colorado potato beetle can cause significant damage; Prestige is successfully used against this dangerous pest.
This is not at all a difficult type of tomato to care for, you just need to pay attention to fertilizing, even a novice gardener can cope with this, success and a rich harvest.
Watch the video: five rules for growing tomatoes in a home greenhouse
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