Tomato Dina

  • Authors: Lykova B.BUT., MIDED B.WITH., Altukhukhov Y.NS.
  • Year of assumptions: 1996
  • Category: Sort
  • Type of growth: Determinant
  • Purpose: Fresh use
  • Ripening time: Medium
  • Timing of ripening, days: 101-122
  • Growing conditions: For open soil, for film greenhouses
  • Height of the bush, see: 55-70
  • Branchism: Middle

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Tomato Dina variety can be used for fresh use, for cooking salting. It is permissible to grow on small gardens, but it is also often used on large farms.

Description of varieties

Dina refers to medium-grained varieties, a variety is mediumwood. The height of the adult plant is about 55-70 centimeters. Leaf plates of bushes have medium sizes, they have a light green color. Fruit from them with articulation.

The main qualities of fruits

Such tomatoes have a simple round shape. Their color is orange. The surface of ripe fruit smooth. The number of nests is 4-5. Weight of one vegetable can reach 100-130 grams.

The flesh of each fetal is rather fleshy. All of them are considered to be small. In addition, ripe tomatoes are distinguished by an increased content of carotene.

Taste characteristics

Ripe vegetables are distinguished by high taste characteristics. They will be suitable for salting, as well as for the preparation of various fresh dishes, including salads.

Ripening and fruiting

Tomato Dina refers to medium-gray varieties. The time of ripening varies from 100 to 122 days. Under favorable conditions without temperature differences and abundant cold rains, as well as when growing vegetables in the greenhouses, the process of fruiting and ripening is faster.

Yield

Dina tomato varieties are highly high level of yield. From one healthy bush, you can get 3-4.5 kilograms of ripe vegetables. But it should be remembered that the yield is greatly influenced by the composition and type of soil, the number and timeliness of irrigation, the use of relevant fertilizers, carrying out preventive measures against diseases and pests, as well as from the cultivation region.

Dates of landing on seedlings and landing in the ground

Sowing seed material on seedlings should be made approximately 55-60 days before landing in the open soil. It should be noted that such seedlings are fairly easily and quickly carries out and almost does not ill. As a rule, plants are planted in an open ground after the end of the frosts in the end of spring.

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.

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Soaking seeds

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.

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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.

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Planting scheme

For landing to the soil, only strong and healthy seedlings should be selected. It is better to choose a place on the site that will be well covered with the Sun, and will also be protected from winds.

The soil must be either sandy or drum. Between rows with seedlings should leave the distance of about 70 centimeters. Between the bushes themselves make a distance of about 40-50 centimeters.

Earth must necessarily be loose enough. Swimming must be carried out every 3 or 4 days. With this depth should not exceed 10 cm so as not to damage the root systems of young plants.

Growing and care

In the process of growing such tomatoes, all the weed harmful vegetation should be removed in a timely manner. And also regularly will need to make special mineral fertilizers in the soil.

It is important to periodically carry out watering. On rainy periods, the number of such procedures should be reduced, because the mooring of the soil can lead to the emergence and development of various diseases, fungal infections. Do not forget about the conduct of the weeding and loosening of the soil.

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.

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YeastBoric acidIodineAshCalcium Selitrasuccinic acidMilk serumHydrogen peroxideChicken litterSodaNettleMullein

Resistance to diseases and pests

Dina Tomatoes are often affected by phytoofluorosis, as well as from a water-mounted vertex rot. In the first case, on the leaves of the bushes will appear stains of the brown. Over time, they begin to gradually move and fruit, which causes their deformation in the future, rotting.

To cure phytoofluorosis on tomatoes, you can apply burglar liquid, as well as special preparations (quadris, “phytoosporin”). With a damage to a water-bearing rot, the pulp of fruit begins to rot, forming a watery substance at the same time. To cure vegetation, it is necessary to immediately remove all damaged parts, as well as carry out treatment with strong insecticidal agents.

Under the damage to the plants, dark small spots appear on the top of vegetables. Over time, they begin to go inside the fruit, the fruits become completely dry and rather solid. In this case, the calcium nitrate will be able to help.

Sometimes Dina’s tomatoes are amazed and various insects, including Colorado beetles, ticks, tool. To get rid of such pests, you can take advantage of special drugs (“Proteus”, “confident”).

In order to prevent the emergence of various diseases on such a culture, preventive measures must be carried out in a timely manner. Often, the tomatoes are treated with different folk remedies prepared at home, also use ready-made preparations for prophylaxis, follow the humidity of the soil, the common state of the bushes.

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).

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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.

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PhytofluoroPuffy dewVertexClapPoriosGray GnilTobacco Mosaic virus

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