The leader among the best - tomato "Batyanya": characteristics and description of the variety, photo

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If a novice gardener asks the "bison" for advice on which tomatoes are better to plant on the site, perhaps among the top five recommended ones, experienced gardeners will name the Batyan variety.

This variety, well adapted to growing conditions in the open field, enjoys well-deserved popularity due to its unpretentiousness and other positive characteristics.

In this article, we will tell you everything that we ourselves know about Batyan's tomatoes - a description of the variety, cultivation features, a tendency to disease and pest damage.

Tomato variety Batianya: description of the variety

Variety nameBatianya
general descriptionEarly maturing variety of indeterminate type
Ripening period96-105 days
The formHeart-shaped, with a slightly elongated spout
ColorPink, crimson
Average weight of tomatoes550-600 grams
ApplicationCanteen, not suitable for whole-fruit canning
Variety yield6-6.5 kg per bush
Growing featuresNo more than 3 plants per square meter
Disease resistanceResistant to most diseases

Batyan's tomatoes are the result of the work of Siberian breeders, adapted for growing outdoors even in difficult weather conditions in Siberia. The variety is included in the state register for the Russian Federation.

Perfectly proved itself when planting seedlings in greenhouses and hotbeds. Shows excellent yield when cultivated in the south of Russia. Growing does not create any special obstacles, all the rules are the same as when growing other varieties of tomatoes.

The bush is of an indeterminate type, it can reach a height of 1.9-2.1 meters, it requires obligatory tying to a vertical support, as it is very high and can lie under its own weight. Shows the best yield when forming a bush with 1-2 stems... Read about determinant varieties here.

In terms of ripening, the Batianya tomato variety is classified as early-ripening. It takes 96-105 days from the emergence of seedlings planted on seedlings to the collection of the first ripe tomatoes. Differs in a long period of fruiting, resistance to late blight disease.


Country of origin of the variety: Russia. The shape of the tomatoes is heart-shaped, with a slightly elongated spout. Average weight: 250-400 grams, when grown in a greenhouse, tomatoes weighing 550-600 grams are noted. Well-defined crimson and pink fruit shades.

You can compare this indicator with other varieties in the table:

Variety nameFruit weight
Batianya550-600 grams
Verlioka80-100 grams
Fatima300-400 grams
Yamal110-115 grams
Red Arrow70-130 grams
Crystal30-140 grams
Crimson ringing150 grams
Cranberries in sugar15 grams
Valentine80-90 grams
Samara85-100 grams

The average yield is about 6.0-6.5 kilograms per bush, 16.5-18.0 kilograms per square meter, with no more than 3 plants planted on it.

The yield of the variety can be compared with others:

Variety nameYield
Batianya6-6.5 kg per bush
American ribbed5.5 kg per plant
Sweet bunch2.5-3.5 kg per bush
Buyan9 kg per bush
Doll8-9 kg per square meter
Andromeda12-55 kg per square meter
Lady Shedi7.5 kg per square meter
Banana red3 kg per bush
Golden jubilee15-20 kg per square meter
Rose of Wind7 kg per square meter

Good presentation is combined with high safety during transportation. Table use, processing into pastes, juices, lecho, not suitable for canning with whole fruits due to their size.

A photo

See below: Batianya tomatoes photo

Advantages and disadvantages

Batyan's tomatoes have a number of generally recognized advantages.:

  • fast ripening times;
  • great taste of ripe tomatoes;
  • large fruit size;
  • high productivity;
  • good safety during transportation;
  • undemanding to weather conditions;
  • resistance to late blight.

As for the shortcomings, here we can note the need to tie up the bush and brushes, in order to avoid lodging and breaks under the weight of the formed fruits.

Growing features

Particular attention should be paid to the quality of the seeds and the preparation of the soil for planting seedlings. When buying tomato seeds, pay attention to the following data printed on the package:

  • information about the variety and characteristics of agricultural technology;
  • the number of seeds in the package;
  • seed germination as a percentage, when specifying 100%, it is better not to acquire, this is an obvious deception;
  • the sign of the readiness of the seeds for planting will be the inscription: "Do not pickle seeds", this was done by the seller;
  • if there is no inscription about etching, treat the seeds with a 2-3% solution of potassium permanganate.

When preparing land for growing seedlings, special attention to the following conditions:

  • the soil should be well-drained so that water does not stagnate at the roots of the seedlings;
  • it is good to take the land on which zucchini, dill, parsley, carrots were previously grown;
  • fertilize the land by applying complex fertilizers, if this is not possible, add wood ash.

As fertilizers for tomatoes are used: organic matter, mineral complexes, yeast, iodine, hydrogen peroxide, ammonia, boric acid, ash.

Seeds are sown into a prepared container, with embedding them to a depth of 2.0-2.5 centimeters. Watering is carried out with water at room temperature... When 2-3 leaves appear, pick the seedlings, paying attention to the appearance.

Some gardeners report yellowing of the lower leaves of the seedlings. This indicates a lack of trace elements in seedlings feeding. A pick will help you solve certain problems.:

  1. Selection of the strongest seedlings. When picking, remove weak plants.
  2. The seedlings will stop stretching as the transplant slows down the growth of the plant.
  3. After the pick, the root system develops more actively, the growth of lateral roots increases.

After the end of the night cold snap season, the ground warms up to 14-16 degrees Celsius, the seedlings can be planted in the ground. A week before planting, it is better to harden the seedlings by placing them in the open air in the daytime. Before placing the seedlings in the holes, you can add fertilizing with complex mineral fertilizer or add a handful of crushed eggshells.

The appearance of yellowness on seedlings can be due to several reasons.:

  1. Lack of trace elements - nitrogen, zinc, iron, potassium. Feeding with complex preparations containing these microelements will help. For example "Effecton", "Agricola - Forward" or simple, well-known superphosphate.
  2. Damage to the roots during picking or a change in the temperature regime leads to yellowing of the lower leaves. No additional steps are required. After 3-4 days, the seedling will cope with the problem on its own.
  3. Yellowness can appear with a lack of lighting or a small amount of soil in the root coma of the plant. Try transplanting into a large container or increasing the light on the seedlings.

After transferring the seedlings to the prepared holes, further care consists in timely watering with warm water, tying the plant to a support or trellis, removing weeds and stepchildren. Mulching can help control weeds.

It is also necessary to periodically loosen the soil in the holes and 2-3 times feeding during the period of growth and formation of fruits on the bushes.

Diseases and pests

The variety is considered disease resistant. However, information about the most common diseases of tomatoes in greenhouses and measures to combat them will not be superfluous.

Most often, tomatoes are threatened by:

  • Alternaria.
  • Verticillosis.
  • Fusarium.
  • Late blight.

On our site you will find a lot of useful information about varieties resistant to most diseases in general, and to late blight in particular. You will find out what protective measures should be taken against this scourge and how fungicides can be useful.

The Siberian variety Batianya will be an excellent choice for your site, without creating any special problems when growing. Will delight your family with delicious, large tomatoes throughout the summer season.

In the table below you will find useful links about tomato varieties with different ripening times:

Mid lateMid-earlySuper early
Volgogradskiy 5 95Pink Bush F1Labrador
Krasnobay F1FlamingoLeopold
Honey fireworksThe mystery of natureShchelkovsky early
De Barao RedNew KonigsbergPresident 2
De Barao OrangeKing of the GiantsLiana pink
De Barao BlackOpenworkLocomotive
Market miracleChio chio sanSanka

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