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Characteristics and description of the tomato variety Moscow ultrafast


In the spring, people do not have enough vitamins, they want fresh fruits and vegetables. Therefore, many are trying to plant these tomatoes, which will delight the crop before others, like the Ultra-ripened tomato variety. In the article we will consider its merits and give a description and description.

Description and characteristics of tomato Ultra Early F1

The plant is characterized as low bushes with small round-shaped fruits, ripening already 70 days after emergence.

On average, the weight of one tomato is 100 grams. It has a dense, glossy peel of red. Tomatoes grow brushes, about eight pieces, on strong, thick stems. The height of the bushes at the established norms is 50 centimeters.

Harvest can be consumed raw, and can be used for cooking hot dishes and canned. The product is not fleshy, but juicy, because it is also suitable for the preparation of tomato paste and juice.

The average fruit weight of Ultra Early is 100 grams.

The advantages and disadvantages of the variety

Ultra-ripen tomatoes are practically no cons.

Despite the fact that this is a relatively new variety, the country's gardeners grow it on their plots in the Urals and in the Moscow Region with pleasure.

The characteristics that can be called advantages include:

  • Frost resistance.
  • Undemanding care.
  • Resistance to tomato diseases.
  • Early harvest.
  • Suitable for blanks.
  • Have a nice taste.
  • Well preserved and transported.
  • No need to tie.
  • Withstand temperature extremes and heat.
  • Uniform ripening.
The main advantages of the variety are early harvest and disease resistance.

In which regions it is better to grow

The variety was bred in the twenty-first century in Siberia. Its cultivation is possible in all regions of the country, because these tomatoes are resistant to various temperatures and many common diseases.

Ultra-fast growing equally well. in the greenhouse and in the open field.

Requirements for soil for planting

Cultivated Tomatoes in subacid soil, have the best performance. They are also suitable loamy and sandy varieties. The soil prepared for seedlings must be fertilized.

The beds are created in places where the winds are rare and weak. Keep in mind which vegetables will grow next. Good neighbors are carrots, cabbage, onions or zucchini, and from other members of the Solanaceae family, these tomatoes should be planted away. Growing culture for more than three years in the 1st place is not recommended.

Early varietal variety grows both in the shade and in the sun. In the second case, the process of fruit ripening is faster.

Sowing rules

Tomato Seeds Ultra Early

Seeds immediately can be sown in the greenhouse, but more often, planting material is prepared in advance at home. In pre-prepared containers with fresh soil, the tomato seed deepens by 2–3 centimeters.

Capacities are covered with a film to preserve the heat necessary for germination. When sprouts appear two or three leaves, they are seated in separate pots or on the beds of the greenhouse.

Transplantation of tomatoes in open ground

The seedling is transplanted to a permanent place after 55 or 60 days, usually this event occurs in May.

A suitable temperature regime is called preservation. +15 degrees and no night frost. Ten days before this procedure, gardeners are advised to begin the process of hardening.

Fertilizer is applied to excavated wells before planting. Planted young bushes watered with warm water. It is recommended to install special arcs over the bed so that when the temperature drops it can be insulated with a transparent film. In greenhouse conditions, an early ripe tomato can be moved as early as April at a temperature of 22-24 degrees.

Distance between seedlings should be kept at least 50 centimeters. This is necessary to ensure that the plants have enough space for development and nutrition.

When planting in the ground the distance between seedlings should be at least 50 cm

Grade care after transplanting

Convenience in the cultivation of this species is that its no need to stepchild. Tying up is necessary in rare cases: if the active growth of a seedling has exceeded the upper limit corresponding to the variety, or the abundance of fruits inclines the plant down.

During the season 3-4 supplements are organized with mineral fertilizers, a mixture of potassium and nitrogen or phosphorus.

Watering should be regular, produced as the soil dries. The best time for it is the evening after sunset. Used by warm water only. You also need to clear the area around weeds and apply preventive measures against pests.

Loosening is a standard care action, but if the planting is mulched, it is not necessary.

Diseases and their prevention

This early subspecies is valued for its resistance to many external factors, including the invasion of pests. If necessary, use a variety of insecticides. It is recommended to fight insects with the help of organic compounds. Tincture of wormwood or potato topper refers to the most effective folk methods.

The fruits of the Ultra-ripening ripen before the phytophthora spread
The fruits of this variety have time to ripen before the spread of phytophthora begin.

Harvesting and storage rules

Compliance with the correct agrotechnology allows you to collect 2 kilograms of product from one bush. This yield is considered average.

Slightly unripe samples will turn red after ten or fifteen days, and their taste will not differ from the fruits ripened on the bush. Green tomatoes also ripen, but their taste may deteriorate.

For early varieties such as Ultra-ripening, there is no threat of frost or cold rain during harvest. It is held from mid june to augusttherefore there is no point in rushing to harvest these tomatoes.

For longer shelf life, the vegetable is kept in a clean and dry container. All overripe, wrinkled and infected samples are removed.

Ultra-ripened variety of tomatoes has properties that are especially appreciated in the cold regions of Russia, where not every type of tomato takes root.