- History of removal
- Description of varieties
- The main qualities of fruits
- Taste characteristics
- Ripening and fruiting
- Dates of landing on seedlings and landing in the ground
- Planting scheme
- Growing and care
- Resistance to diseases and pests
- Resistance to adverse weather conditions
- Regions growing
- Review reviews
- Authors: Vilmorin S. A., France
- Year of assumptions: 2016
- Synonyms names: Bonaparte
- Category: Hybrid
- Type of growth: Intemimensional
- Purpose: Fresh use, for salting and canning, for whole-door canning
- Ripening time: Mediterranean
- Timing of ripening, days: 50-55 days from landing seedlings in soil
- Growing conditions: For open soil, for film greenhouses
- Transportability: Good
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If the household plot is small, it is recommended to grow hybrid varieties of tomatoes that are absolutely not inferior in the yield and taste qualities of fruits. One of the beloved among farmers and dacnisters is the hybrid view of Tomators Bonaparte.
History of removal
An early hybrid variety was withdrawn by the breeders of the French company Vilmorin not so long ago – at the end of 2014, but despite this, he managed to gain the attention of many agrarians and gardeners of Russia. Included in the State Register and allowed to use grade in 2016. It is zoned into many regions (Central, Mersatnevian, East Siberian, North).
Description of varieties
Tomato Bonaparte refers to the class of plants with intederminant growth type. The bushes are tall, reaching the height 200 cm, are characterized by a balanced trunk with short interstices and dark green foliage. Mid-line variety can be planted in open ground and in greenhouses, while they do not occupy a lot. Bushes are high, so the garter is obligatory.
The main qualities of fruits
Tomato Bonaparte has an ovoid shape and pink-red color with full ripening. Immature Tomato Light Green. On average, the mass of one fetus is 180-220 grams, but in some cases, when ruling, tomatoes grow to 400 g. Tomatoes have perfectly smooth and dense skin, thanks to which they are not cracking, do not lose its transportation during transportation and storage.
Taste quality Tomatoes are great. They are freshly sweet, fleshy, pretty juicy. In addition, tomatoes have a pronounced fragrance, so in summer salads are incredibly harmonious. Variety Bonaparte is universal, so it is eaten in fresh form, can be used entirely, in the form of sauces, juices, various gas stations.
Ripening and fruiting
Since the variety is the average, growth and ripening from the moment of planting seedlings in the soil before tasting the first crop will need about two months.
Indicators of the yield of this type are excellent. With proper agrotechnology with 1 m2, you can collect up to 12-14 kg. The crop of tomatoes grown in greenhouse conditions is slightly higher than those growing in the open soil.
Dates of landing on seedlings and landing in the ground
Seeding seeds for cultivation of seedlings is performed throughout March (depends on the climatic conditions of the region). To do this, prepare the soil and room in which the temperature should be + 20 … 23 degrees and good lighting for 14-16 hours a day. As soon as the seedlings of the seedlings will appear 4-6 leaves, you can make a pickup. For 10-14 days, the seedlings must be choke, and then plant in open ground.
As a rule, the seedlings landing in the open ground occurs in mid-May. The wells are prepared in advance with a depth of 6-7 cm. During the growth and development of seedlings, you should not forget about step-down and garter to supports in advance prepared.
The main stages of growing seedlings at home
Preparation of seeds
Basic preparation methods: Warming, disinfection, soaking in growth stimulants, bubbling, hardening, germination. These technicians are aimed at different results and have a different purpose.
According to experts, preliminary soaking can increase yields by 30%. The duration of soaking is determined depending on the solution used and the quality of seeds.
What kind of soil to choose for seedlings
Land for planting tomato seeds house should not be taken from the garden. The soil for seedling tomato should have good breathability, provide the necessary level of humidity, and the pH acidity level should be about 6.5 units.
When landing at a permanent place, some rules must be observed – no more than 4 bushes are planted on 1 m2. The optimal landing scheme is considered to be 70×40 cm.
Growing and care
The selected area for the planting seedlings is pre-waved to enhance air permeability and cleaned by weeds. The soil must be fertile, well covered with sunbeams and protected from drafts and gusty winds. Curply care includes the following procedures – soil loosening, watering, feeding, garters.
How and than feed tomatoes?
At each stage of growth, various trace elements are needed. All fertilizers can be divided into two groups: mineral and organic. Folk remedies are often used: iodine, yeast, bird litter, egg shell.
It is important to comply with the norm and the period of feeding. This also applies to folk remedies, and organic fertilizers.
YeastBoric acidIodineAshCalcium Selitrasuccinic acidMilk serumHydrogen peroxideChicken litterSodaNettleMullein
Resistance to diseases and pests
Variety is resistant to diseases, viruses and invasions of pests, so Claporiosa, tobacco mosaic and fuzarious wilt is not terrible. To prevent the development of various diseases, it is enough to carry out prophylactic spraying.
Processing and prevention from diseases and pests
Diseases and pests of tomatoes in the greenhouse
During the cultivation of tomatoes in the greenhouse, there are often diseases due to a violation of the temperature regime and excessive humidity. The most common diseases are fungal (phytoofluorosis, colaporiosis, rot).
Diseases and pests of tomatoes in open soil
Fighting diseases and pests of tomatoes in open areas is quite complex. This is due to the fact that the grated is exposed to various pathogens and pest insects.
PhytofluoroPuffy dewVertexClapPoriosGray GnilTobacco Mosaic virus
Resistance to adverse weather conditions
Vegetable culture is resistant to weather and temperature fluctuations, so it does not affect the quality of the harvest. In the southern regions, optimally plant tomatoes in open soils, and in zones with protracted and harsh winters – in greenhouses.
Tomatoes can grow in all regions of the country. Exceptions are zones with a very unstable and unfavorable climate.
French Tomato Bonaparte is a frequent guest on the vegetables and household plots, since absolutely unpretentious in leaving, has excellent taste, protected from many diseases and viruses, and also quickly adapts to climate and soil. In addition, the compactness of the bushes, which are easily suited, uniformly ripening tomatoes and sufficient burning.