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The record holder among hybrids is the "Evpator" tomato variety and its characteristics

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There are many different types of tomatoes, both varieties and hybrids. Today the story will be about a fairly new one of them and this is a real miracle, it has all the qualities that you can imagine, this is an interesting and very tasty tomato "Evpator F1".

In our article you will find a complete description of the variety, get acquainted with the main characteristics and features of cultivation.

Tomato "Evpator": variety description

Variety nameEupator
general descriptionMid-season indeterminate variety
OriginatorRussia
Ripening period100-110 days
The formRounded, slightly elongated
ColorRed
Average weight of tomatoes130-170 grams
ApplicationUniversal
Variety yieldup to 40 kg per sq.m
Growing featuresRequires support and pinning
Disease resistanceMay be sick with phoma

This hybrid variety was bred by Russian specialists and received registration in 2008. It has gained recognition among gardeners and farmers for its unique qualities, such as yield and resistance to diseases. The bush is quite large, about 140-180 centimeters in height... Refers to indeterminate, standard types of plants.

This hybrid is recommended for growing in greenhouses or greenhouses. There is evidence of cultivation in the open field, but the yield is much lower. It is a mid-early hybrid, from planting seedlings to the first fruits of varietal maturity 100-110 days pass. Resistant to typical tomato diseases. Due to its decent size, it needs protection from gusts of wind.

This hybrid tomato has gained popularity, especially with farmers, because it can be harvested on an industrial scale. If you choose the right shelter for your tomatoes, you can get truly record yields. Up to 40 kilograms of delicious tomatoes can be harvested from m2!

You can compare the yield of the variety with others in the table:

Variety nameYield
Eupatorup to 40 kg per sq.m
Honey14-16 kg per square meter
Snowstorm17-24 kg with sq.m
Alesi F19 kgs sq.m
Crimson sunset14-18 kg per square meter
Chocolate10-15 kg per square meter
Brown sugar6-7 kg per square meter
Solaris6-8.5 kg per bush
Miracle of the garden10 kg per bush
Balcony miracle2 kg per bush

Among the main advantages of this hybrid variety, gardeners and farmers noted:

  • very high yield;
  • good resistance to major diseases;
  • friendly ripening of fruits;
  • the size and shape of the tomatoes;
  • high taste.

Among the disadvantages, it is noted that the bush requires support for overgrown branches and a garter, which can create some difficulties for beginners.

Fruit characteristics:

  • Ripe fruits are red in color.
  • Rounded in shape, slightly elongated.
  • The average fruit weight is 130-170 grams, all fruits are even and smooth.
  • The number of chambers ranges from 4 to 6.
  • The average amount of dry matter is 4-6%.
  • The harvested crop perfectly tolerates long-term storage.

You can compare the weight of the variety with others in the table:

Variety nameFruit weight
Eupator130-170 grams
Banana Orange100g
Honey saved200-600 grams
Pound rosemary400-500 grams
Persimmon350-400 grams
Dimensionlessup to 100 grams
Favorite F1115-140 grams
Pink flamingo150-450 grams
Black moor50 grams
Early love85-95 grams

Having excellent taste, the fruits of this tomato are perfect for fresh consumption. Due to their small size, these fruits are ideal for homemade canning. In addition, a delicious juice or tomato paste is obtained from the Eupator tomato.

A photo

Below are some photos of a tomato variety "Evpator" F1:

Growing features

This hybrid is intended for planting in greenhouse shelters, and therefore can be suitable for growing in almost any region of Russia. It shows equally good results both in the south and in the middle zone and even in the northern regions, such as the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug. It all depends on the greenhouse itself and on how to care for the future harvest.

Since the bush is indeterminate, it requires pinching. This procedure is carried out by cutting off the branches from the main bush, forming one stem. The bush necessarily requires a garter to prevent the branches from breaking off due to the large number of fruits on them. For plant nutrition, traditional fertilizers containing potassium and phosphorus are used.

Diseases and pests

Even though Eupator F1 is resistant to diseases, it can still get sick with phomosis. To get rid of this disease, it is necessary to remove the affected fruits. And treat the bushes with "Hom" and reduce the amount of nitrogen fertilizers, as well as reduce watering. Dry spot is another disease that can affect this hybrid. The drugs Antracol, Consento and Tattu are used against it.

Of the pests, it can be invaded by the gnawing moth, these are the caterpillars of moths. They can be collected by hand, and in case of a large lesion, you should resort to chemical protection, the drug "Strela" is suitable for this. Also, this variety, like all greenhouse varieties, is pursued by the greenhouse whitefly, and "Confidor" is used against it.

As you can see, there are no difficulties in growing this hybrid, you just need to make a little effort and the result will certainly delight you and your loved ones, especially on winter evenings when you try delicious summer preparations. Good luck, health and good harvests.

Video

Then you can watch a short video about the Evpator tomato and other resistant tomato varieties:

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