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An early ripe hybrid tomato variety "Morozko" with excellent productivity

An early ripe hybrid tomato variety



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Tomato Morozko is an early maturing hybrid. With good agricultural technology, it has a high yield. Resistant to disease. Requires compulsory pinching. This is how you can briefly describe the popular early-ripening Morozko tomatoes. If you need more complete information, read the article below.

In the material, we have prepared information for you about the features and characteristics of the variety, about the intricacies of planting, growing and care. We will also talk about what diseases tomatoes resist, and which ones require preventive measures.

Tomatoes Morozko: variety description

Variety nameMorozko
general descriptionEarly maturing, determinant hybrid
OriginatorRussia
Ripening period90-95 days
The formFruits are flat, rounded-ribbed
ColorRed
Average weight of tomatoes50-200 grams
ApplicationConsumed fresh
Variety yield6 kg per bush
Growing featuresStandard agricultural technology
Disease resistanceDisease resistant

It was created for the production of high quality early maturing products. Included in the state register for the Central Black Earth Region. Tested in Voronezh, Tambov, Lipetsk, Kursk, Belgorod. Designed for growing in open soil in private subsidiary plots. The originator is L.A. Myazina.

Tomato Morozko is a hybrid. This means you have to buy seeds. Determinate bushes. The leaves are large, dark emerald in color. The peduncle has an articulation. The inflorescence is simple. After the appearance of the fifth inflorescence, it is necessary to limit the growth of the plant.

Fruit yield is very high... But if the simple rules of agricultural technology are not followed, the yield may decrease.

From one bush, on average, you can collect up to 6 kg of fruits. Depending on the region of growth, the number of commercial specimens ranges from 188 to 241 centners / ha.

If we compare with the subspecies "Gift of the Volga" and "Nepryadva", then the yield of "Morozko" is higher by 15-91 c / ha. The maximum yield of the variety reached 500 c / ha. Compared with the subspecies "Junior", the yield of "Morozko" is higher by 95 c / ha.

The number of marketable fully ripe fruits is 59-63%. In cool vegetable stores, it lasts 30-60 days. The subspecies perfectly tolerates adverse weather conditions. Possesses good resistance to TMV and fusarium. It belongs to the early varieties. From disembarkation of seedlings to technical ripeness, 90-95 days pass.

Advantages of the variety:

  • Disease resistance.
  • Growth in adverse weather conditions.
  • Possesses excellent taste.
  • Tasting score 5 out of 5 possible.

Disadvantages of the variety:

  • Requires compulsory pinching.
  • Daylight hours should last at least 14 hours.

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

Variety nameYield
Morozko6 kg per plant
Golden jubilee15-20 kg per square meter
Pink spam20-25 kg per square meter
Gulliver7 kg per bush
Red Guard3 kg per bush
Irina9 kg per bush
Lazy15 kg per square meter
Nastenka10-12 kg per square meter
Apples in the snow2.5 kg per bush
Samara11-13kg per square meter
Crystal9.5-12 kg per square meter

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Characteristics

  • Fruits are flat, rounded-ribbed, glossy, smooth.
  • Resistant to cracking.
  • The shade of unripe tomatoes is light emerald. The color of ripe fruits is bright red.
  • Number of cameras: 3-4.
  • The pulp is firm, with a slight sourness.
  • The weight of one tomato is 50-75 grams. The largest specimens weigh 76-200 grams.
  • Excellent taste.

The variety is intended for fresh consumption and for making salads. Tasting score: 5 out of 5 points.

Variety nameFruit weight
Morozko50-75 grams
Raspberry Viscount450 gram
Verlioka80-100 grams
Valentine80-90 grams
Altaic50-300 grams
Baron150-200 grams
Sensei400 gram
Fatima300-400 grams
Bella Rosa180-220 grams
Broody90-150 grams
The president250-300 grams
Kostroma85-145 grams
Banana red70 gram

Care features

The subspecies is very popular among gardeners. It can grow both in open ground and in plastic greenhouses. The required age of seedlings for planting in the soil: 50-55 days. Purchased preparations or mineral fertilizers are used as fertilizers.

If the cultivation is vertical, then new shoots must be formed by pinching from 4 or 5 inflorescences. For 1 sq. m. it is necessary to plant 2-3 plants in glazed greenhouses and 3-4 plants in greenhouses. Bushes with few leaves. They reach a height of 100-110 cm. 6-7 brushes of 5-6 tomatoes are formed.

When growing in a greenhouse, pinching is not required, in open ground it is necessary. The number of stepchildren is small. The first two lower ones are considered the strongest. Tying bushes is not required.

Important! Bushes do not need to be formed if it is planned to harvest in large quantities, but much later. The more fruits are on the bush, the slower ripening occurs.

Tomato "Morozko" has large sweet and sour fruits of a round shape. Tomatoes are resistant to cracking. They are used for preparing salads. The subspecies perfectly tolerates adverse weather conditions. Designed for growing in private subsidiary plots.

Video

You will learn how to properly form tomatoes from the following video tutorial:

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