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Connoisseurs of large-fruited tomatoes will surely like the early and productive variety under the eloquent name "One Hundred Pounds".

Fleshy juicy fruits are distinguished by a delicate delicacy and attractive appearance. It is simple to take care of the bushes, it is important to feed them on time and remove the side stepsons.

Tomato "One Hundred Pounds": variety description

"Hundred Pounds" is a medium-early high-yielding variety. The bush is indeterminate, up to 2 m high. In the open field, the plants are more compact, up to 1.5 in height. Shaping is recommended. The amount of green mass is average, the leaves are dark green, medium-sized. Fruits ripen in clusters of 3-5 pieces.

Tomatoes are large, weighing from 170 to 300 g... The shape is rounded pear-shaped, with pronounced ribbing at the peduncle. The color of ripe fruits is bright red. The pulp is moderately firm, fleshy, juicy, with few seeds. The skin is thin, but dense, well protecting the fruit from cracking. Delicious taste, rich sweet with barely noticeable sourness. High content of sugars, lycopene, beta-carotene.

And in the table below you will find such a characteristic as the weight of fruits in other varieties of tomatoes:

Variety nameFruit weight (grams)
One hundred pounds170-300
Kate120-130
Crystal30-140
Fatima300-400
Explosion120-260
Crimson ringing150
The Golden Fleece85-100
Shuttle50-60
Bella Rosa180-220
Mazarin300-600
Batianya250-400

Characteristics

The “Hundred Pounds” tomato variety was bred by Russian breeders. Suitable for different regions for growing in glass greenhouses and film shelters. In areas with a warm climate, planting in beds is possible. To the characteristics of the tomato "One Hundred Pounds" it should be added that the yield is good, up to 6 kg of selected tomatoes can be harvested from 1 bush... The fruits are well stored, transportation is possible. Picked green tomatoes ripen quickly at room temperature.

The variety is universal, the fruits can be eaten fresh, used for cooking various dishes, canned. Ripe tomatoes make a delicious thick juice.

As for the yield of other varieties, you will find this information in the table:

Variety nameYield
One hundred pounds6 kg per bush
Banana red3 kg per square meter
Nastenka10-12 kg per square meter
Olya la20-22 kg per square meter
Dubrava2 kg per bush
Countryman18 kg per square meter
Golden jubilee15-20 kg per square meter
Pink spam20-25 kg per square meter
Diva8 kg per bush
Yamal9-17 kg per square meter
Golden heart7 kg per square meter

Advantages and disadvantages

Among the main merits tomato varieties "Hundred Pounds":

  • excellent taste of fruits;
  • high productivity;
  • unpretentiousness;
  • resistance to major diseases.

TO disadvantages can be attributed to the need to form a bush. Tall plants need in solid support, you need to tie up not only the stems, but also heavy branches with fruits.

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Look at a photo of tomato varieties "Hundred Pounds":

Growing features

Tomatoes of the "Hundred Pounds" variety can be grown in a seedling or non-seedling way. Seeds are recommended to be treated with a growth stimulant... It is better to compose the soil yourself by mixing garden soil with humus or peat. For more nutrition, you can add a little superphosphate or wood ash.

Seeds are sown in containers with a shallow depth; for germination, a temperature of about 25 degrees is needed. After the emergence of sprouts, the containers are exposed to light, watered moderately, from a spray bottle or watering can. When the first pair of true leaves appears, the seedlings are dived and then fertilized with a liquid mineral complex. Transplanting to the greenhouse begins when the seedlings are 2 months old.

With the seedless method, seeds are planted in holes with humus directly in a greenhouse or greenhouse. Water the plants with warm water; cold tomatoes slow down their growth. 3-4 feeding is required per season... Before flowering, nitrogen fertilizers are used, after the formation of ovaries, magnesium sulfate or superphosphate is needed.

Tall bushes of the tomato variety 100 Pounds need shaping. It is best to grow tomatoes in 1-2 stems, all extra stepsons and lower leaves are removed. To make the fruits larger, it is recommended to leave 3-4 flowers on each brush, removing small or deformed ones.

Diseases and pests: prevention and control methods

The variety is resistant to disease, but requires careful preventive measures. Before planting, the soil is disinfected with a solution of potassium permanganate or copper sulfate. The greenhouse must be thoroughly ventilated, the soil under the bushes is loosened at least 1 time per week. Weeds and dried leaves are removed in a timely manner. Spraying plantings with phytosporin or a pale pink solution of potassium permanganate is protected from fungal diseases.

Insecticides or folk remedies will help get rid of insect pests: celandine broth, warm soapy water, ammonia. Larvae and adult insects are collected by hand and destroyed.

After looking at the photo, description of the "One Hundred Pounds" tomato variety, we can say that it is worthy of a place in a greenhouse or greenhouse. You can try to grow it in the garden, covering it with a film. Tall bushes are productive, seeds for the next plantings are easy to collect on your own.

In the table below you will find links to informative articles about tomato varieties with different ripening times:

Super earlyEarly ripeMedium early
Big MamaSamaraTorbay
Ultra-early f1Early loveGolden king
RiddleApples in the snowKing London
White fillingVisibly invisiblePink Bush
AlenkaEarthly loveFlamingo
F1 Moscow starsMy love f1The mystery of nature
DebutCrimson giantNew Konigsberg


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