Tomatoes

Tomatoes are a southern crop, but there are different varieties and hybrids that allow you to grow a good crop even in the most difficult conditions. The main thing is to choose the right plants for your site. When choosing seeds, remember that all tomatoes differ in taste. In addition, it should be understood that, for example, tomatoes for canning are different from those that you will use fresh.

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The yield of tomatoes and the result obtained depends in many respects on the correctly selected variety or hybrid. But among the hundreds of bags it is difficult to choose even an experienced vegetable grower. What seeds will not let you down in summer? Of course, there is no universal variety of tomatoes, which would give an equally good harvest in all regions of our country, and grew in the greenhouse, and on the street, and even on the window.

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When growing tomatoes on their own plots, gardeners often make some mistakes, due to which the crop is reduced and the fruits spoil. Learn how to avoid them. It is better to prevent any problems in growing plants than to try in vain to get rid of them. Therefore, take into account some of the nuances of growing tomatoes before sowing their seeds.

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Consider the most common causes of the appearance of rot on the fruits of tomatoes and draw up an action plan to save the crop. Rot does not spare tomatoes in the greenhouse and open field. They can only appear on the fruit or also affect the leaves, stems and roots of plants. The main reason for the appearance of rot is contaminated soil.

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Once large tomatoes were considered large, the fruits of which reached 200-250 g. Today there are already varieties of giant tomatoes with fruits growing up to 1-2 kg! And this is not just a huge, but low-value gimmick, but real bright, fragrant and tasty tomatoes. There is a mass of varieties and varieties of large-fruited tomatoes - early and late ripening, for greenhouses and open ground, high and short, requiring and not demanding staving, for fresh use or for harvesting ... Besides, not all gardeners chase for gigantism, many prefer large-fruited tomatoes 400-600 g.

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Tomatoes, perhaps, the most popular culture among summer residents. So, the question of how to grow healthy seedlings is relevant for many. We are pleased to share with you some tricks. Love tomatoes to eat - love and tinker with seedlings! Although growing healthy tomato seedlings is not so difficult if you know a few tricks.

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We tell what to do if the leaves turn yellow and dry in tomatoes, and what is the reason for the unhealthy plants. Why do yellow spots form on tomato leaves? Does it matter on which leaves - upper or lower - they are formed? How to process tomatoes, if the leaves began to turn yellow? Read all about it in our article.

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Do you still think that you have the best tomatoes? Check out our review of the most delicious and "prolific" varieties of tomatoes that grow well in greenhouses. Surely your list of favorites will expand. We are all looking for varieties that "planted and forgotten." And what is a sign of a good or even better variety?

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The real battles took place in the course of voting for the most fruitful varieties of tomatoes that our readers grew on their beds. Evaluated by different criteria - from frost resistance and keeping quality, to taste and pickling qualities. Amateur tomato growers from our group on Facebook social network voted for many varieties, which pleased us with unpretentiousness and yield in specific conditions.

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Many gardeners when planting and caring for tomatoes often encounter various problems that arise as a result of improper actions. Let us dwell on the most common mistakes of vegetable growers. Check out the list and think about whether you are doing everything right when growing tomatoes. 1. Unreasonable purchase of seeds If you grow tomatoes in large volumes, it is better to choose hybrids.

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Growing tomatoes is time consuming, so novice gardeners are not recommended to them. But sometimes even experienced owners of the plant suffer from improper care and mistakes when growing. How to prevent them - read our article. Each new season confronts summer residents with serious challenges.

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Sowing seeds and growing seedlings of tomatoes is a responsible matter. In order for the plants to enjoy good germination, and subsequently yield, do all the work in accordance with the lunar calendar. Our article will help you with this. Many people think that winter is a time free from garden work. This is not entirely true, because in January you need to think about buying seeds: decide on varieties, number of seeds and producers.

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Diseases of tomatoes should be treated immediately, so as not to lose the entire crop. We have prepared a review of the 5 most dangerous diseases of tomatoes. Study our "anti-rating" - and you will be able to identify the symptoms of the infection in time and avoid its serious consequences. Tomatoes - one of the most common vegetable crops.

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Phytophthora is an insidious disease that quickly develops immunity to various drugs. How, then, to fight it? Like any fungus, late blight is very tenacious. And the worst thing is that it is omnipresent. Its disputes can be in the ground, and on the garden equipment, and in plant residues, and in the sowing material.

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December 14 on our Facebook page held a regular online chat with a specialist. This time the questions were answered by the candidate of agricultural sciences, the breeder on tomato and the phytopathologist of the selection center "Agroholding POISK" Tatyana Tereshonkova. We thank all readers for interesting questions and active chatting.

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Behind every impressive crop is not only hard work, but often a secret technique. Here and in the cultivation of tomatoes has its own secrets that help reduce efforts to a minimum, and get the maximum result. Every gardener-gardener at least once in his life faced a terribly offensive situation when titanic efforts were invested in growing tomato seedlings and everything was done correctly, but the weather let us down - either rain, drought, or cold, and as a result, the bushes get sick, and the resultant fruit can not get enough and mature.

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Even grown in greenhouses, according to all the rules of agricultural technology, vegetables can be tasteless and tough. Let's see why the tomatoes are white inside and how to deal with this problem. White and hard streaks are formed inside the fruit for several reasons. Here are the most frequent ones. 1. Feature of the variety Some modern hybrid tomatoes have a special gene that allows fruits to be stored longer and remain intact during transportation.

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Do you know that low-growing varieties of tomatoes bring an early and friendly harvest? We will show you how to choose the best varieties of low-growing tomatoes for greenhouses and open ground. Low-growing tomatoes rarely reach a height of more than 100 cm, but on these compact bushes the fruits ripen early. They can be of very different weight (from 80 g to 1 kg), they are easy to grow both in open ground and in the greenhouse.

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Do you know that low-growing varieties of tomatoes bring an early and friendly harvest? We will show you how to choose the best varieties of low-growing tomatoes for greenhouses and open ground. Low-growing tomatoes rarely reach a height of more than 100 cm, but on these compact bushes the fruits ripen early. They can be of very different weight (from 80 g to 1 kg), they are easy to grow both in open ground and in the greenhouse.

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