1796 - POMODORO - HY F1 - HEINZ 1538
Medium cycle, semi-indeterminate hybrid that combines resistance to TSWV, downy mildew and overripening.
Rustic and well-developed plant, it maintains excellent fruit coverage until the end. Medium-large sized fruits, firm and uniform which allow excellent peelability.
They have a very small internal taproot. Very tolerant to blossom end rot thanks to the excellent root system. Incredibly fertile and productive in the various periods of use.
Resistances: (IR) PERONOSPORA, XANTHOMONAS and TSWV
Sowing in the ground or in seedbeds. The availability of precocious varieties and suitable for growing indoor allows sowing for a long period of the year. Generally, it is sown in seedbeds in late winter-early spring. Transplanting: Once the plant is manageable, transplant it into pots of 8 cm to help the formation of good roots and gets planted in late April-early May outdoors. In very hot areas, for a late harvest, you can plant outdoors in June. Distance: for growing family: between rows 60-90 cm, 45-60 cm on the row. Tips: do not grow tomatoes in the same position before four years and not be preceded or followed by other Solanaceae. Remove all lateral shoots when they are 3 cm long, remove all leaves below the lowest stage of fruits. Seed needed: about 3g per square meter of seedbed; 15-20 g per 100 square meters planted.
PLANT DETERMINED: backups are not essential PLANT INDETERMINED: needs support.