Description of the tomato variety Kazachka and its characteristics

Tomato "Kazachka" was bred by Russian breeders and is recommended for growing in greenhouses, but in warm regions it is possible to grow outdoors.

Characteristics of the "Kazachka" variety: medium late, indeterminate variety, medium-sized fruits. A bush of this variety grows up to 1.8 - 1.9 m high, therefore, it necessarily requires a garter to a vertical or horizontal support.

Tomato variety "Kazachka" has a flexible, curly stem. The formation of the stem of these tomatoes is carried out as the plant grows in 2-3 trunks. The leaves of the seedlings are light, and when the plant is gaining growth, they become dark green, of a regular shape. For 1 sq. m planted up to 4 plants.

Description of fruits

The plant is tall, so the Kazachka tomatoes are planted using the 50 x 50 cm technology. The period from seed germination to the maturation of the first tomato harvest is 120-125 days.

The description of the fruits of "Kazachka" is as follows: medium, round or slightly barrel-shaped, smooth, juicy. The color of the ripe fruit is dark, red-brown. The skin of this tomato variety is tender, thin. Tomato variety "Kazachka" has a good delicate taste and pleasant aroma.

They are eaten fresh and in salads. Fruits are often preserved in the form of tomato juice, since a very thin skin bursts when the whole fruit is preserved. Reviews for this variety are mostly positive. Those who have already planted tomatoes of this variety note the beautiful appearance of chocolate tomatoes on the bush.

The brushes are fruitful, hanging like long braids of a Cossack woman. However, the fruit may lose its sweetness if picked ahead of time.

The sizes of the fruits of the variety are not the same from 35 to 50 grams. Productivity is about 1.5-2 kg from 1 bush.

How to grow good tomatoes

During the formation of tomato seedlings, before picking, they are fertilized twice, with an interval of 7 days, with any liquid fertilizers for seedlings.

When transplanted to a permanent place, they are watered or the root system is dipped in a solution of Fitosporin, which prevents infection with fungal infections and feeds the plant with microelements.

Before planting seedlings, they examine it, and the weak, diseased plants are thrown away.

Growing tomatoes includes watering, loosening, fertilizing bushes.

Watering features:

  • Water the tomatoes with warm water at about 18-20 degrees, at least 15 degrees.
  • It is better if the watering is drip. If irrigation is not drip, then the water consumption depends on the age of the plant: from 5 to 10 liters under the root every 8-12 days.
  • Watering must be alternated with loosening the soil under the tomato bushes. This will protect the planting from the development of fungal diseases and ensure optimal aeration of the plant.

Tomatoes "Kazachka" for normal pollination, as well as fruit ovary, require a moisture content in the range of 65-70%. The increased humidity of the air, in addition to the development of the fungus, leads to sticking of pollen, and pollination of tomatoes does not occur.

Reduced humidity leads to the fact that the pollen scatters and does not fall on the pistil, in which case pollination also does not occur.

Tomatoes "Kazachka" are fertilized throughout the entire growing period. It is important that the feeding of this variety is carried out in a timely manner, does not exceed the norm, otherwise the plants can be ruined.

Mulching of the soil has a good effect on plants. Mulch prevents the growth of weeds under the tomatoes, as well as fertilizes and keeps the soil under the bushes from drying out. With conventional, non-drip irrigation, mulching helps break down water droplets into smaller particles and better absorb them into the soil.

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