Characteristics and description of the Sylvester F1 tomato variety, their yield

Characteristics and description of the Sylvester F1 tomato variety, their yield

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Description of Sylvester F1 tomatoes, the main characteristics of the variety, positive and negative qualities - all this is desirable to know before planting tomato seeds for seedlings. Since this tomato is recommended for growing in greenhouses and film shelters, the variety can be grown in rather cold regions of the country.

Description and main characteristics of the hybrid

Tomato Sylvester is one of the best early maturing hybrids, as evidenced by the characteristics and description of the variety. The usual harvest ripening dates are the second decade of July.

The bushes of these tomatoes form into 3 to 4 stems. Usually, no more than three stepsons are left under the first inflorescence, which will actively bear fruit. Further pinning is no longer performed during the season. Shoots are medium in height, leafiness is medium, foliage is simple, typically tomato, bright green.

The description of the variety includes the characteristics of the ripening crop. Inflorescences racemose, each cluster grows from 5 to 8 fruits, tightly attached to the peduncle. The small size and weight of the fruits (up to 110 g) allow the use of an early and amicable harvest for conservation.

Fruits are dense, smooth, flat-round without ribbing. Medium skin, not prone to cracking. Unripe tomato is green at first, gradually yellowing, in the degree of full maturity - bright red. Tomatoes are medium keeping quality, they perfectly tolerate transportation over fairly long distances. The tomato is highly resistant to late blight and some fungal diseases.

Advantages and disadvantages of the Sylvester hybrid

The undoubted advantages of the hybrid:

  • early and friendly ripening of fruits;
  • high productivity;
  • the possibility of whole-fruit canning, salting;
  • the crop tolerates transportation well;
  • tomatoes are not prone to cracking;
  • resistance to late blight.

The tomato does not have a single drawback, therefore it is deservedly popular with vegetable growers who grow these tomatoes in greenhouses.

The nuances of growing a hybrid

The seeds of the Sylvester hybrid are first grown at home for seedlings. For the shoots to grow strong and strong, there is no need to sow seeds too early. The usual sowing date is the second decade of March. The seedlings planted in February will be weak, too elongated, therefore more susceptible to various fungal and viral diseases.

Seed germination is about 94%. The picking of seedlings is carried out in the phase of 3 - 4 permanent leaves. After 1.5 months, the grown seedlings are planted in a greenhouse. During cultivation in room conditions, seedlings are usually fed 2 - 3 times with complex mineral fertilizers.

In the greenhouse, as well as in the room where the seedlings were grown, the temperature is maintained at about 23 ° C. The main thing is that condensation does not settle in a closed ground, which usually leads to the development of various fungal diseases in plants. To avoid a problem, it is recommended to regularly ventilate the greenhouse.

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