Tomato variety “Wild Rose”

Tomato variety “Wild Rose”

Tomato variety Wild Rose

The tomato “Wild Rose” is a rather tall plant, approximately 140-160 cm, therefore it requires a garter and a stepchild. This variety does not like heavy nutrient soils. It grows better in those places where in the previous season grew cucumbers, pumpkin, cabbage or beans

It can also grow on saline soils. Another advantage of the variety is its immunity to the virus of tobacco mosaic and many other diseases. The variety is early ripening, from shoots to maturation is 110-115 days. The plant is indeterminate, that is, a long time yields fruits. The leaves are large, “loosely”, green. The yield from the bush is about 6 kg. For a better crop, form a bush in 1-2 stems. For one bush, an area of about 70 cm x 70 cm

Tomato Wild Rose is sweet, with a slight sourness, fleshy, juicy, fairly large in size, and round in shape, slightly flattened on the sides. Unripe fruits are green with a dark patch near the stems, and mature ones have a silvery-pink color. The fruit weighs about 300-500 g. Before sowing “Wild Rose” seeds are treated with potassium permanganate and washed in warm water. Seeds are sown in March-April. Seedlings are planted only when there is no longer a threat of frost. For the plant dies already at +5 ° C: under the film – at the end of May, in the open ground – in June. Before landing in the ground, first a few days are seasoned seedlings

“Wild Rose” needs constant fertilizing and regular watering with lukewarm water. The cold water, as well as the drying of the soil, the plant tolerates very poorly. And requires, in addition, regular pasynkovaniya. The first top dressing is usually performed 6-8 days after the seedlings are moved to the ground and then twice more every 10 days they are fertilized again

Immediately after planting, the plants are treated with epine, and before flowering, medesoderzhaschimi preparations to protect against phytophthora. Despite the required warm watering, the variety is resistant to temperature changes. But still, “Wild Rose” is more of a heat resistant grade. It gives a high yield, even at high temperatures, when other varieties do not bear fruit or yield a small crop

For canning and salting, like all pink large-bodied tomatoes, “Wild Rose” is poorly suited because of the thin skin and large size. In addition, the fruits have some taste, which is not pleasant to everyone when preparing dishes and juice. Therefore, for meat and fish dishes not all use it. But in the salad this smack disappears and the tomato there is very tasty.




Tomato variety “Wild Rose”