- Authors: Siberia
- Category: Sort
- Type of growth: Determinant
- Purpose: Universal
- Ripening time: Medium
- Timing of ripening, days: 100-105
- Growing conditions: For open soil, for closed soil
- Transportability: Yes
- Bush size: Night-grade
- Height of the bush, see: 40-50
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It is about the pink Stella that many experienced gobble-lovers respond very positively, calling it the best variety of medium-old large waterscrop. These mature fruits are rich in vitamins B and C, and a small percentage of acidity determines the possibility of their use for dietary and baby food.
History of removal
Selectioners from Novosibirsk Postnikovka and Dederko managed to get a culture as much as possible to the overwhelming majority of typical diseases of the Parenic. But the main achievement of them was the fact that Pink Stella is greatly developing even a cold summer, which does not affect the degree of quality of its fruit. It is this feature that led to the fact that now the variety has become an explicit leader among other Siberian varieties. At one time, the culture was called a different name – a supersertsevoid. But in the state market, the variety is registered called pink stele (with one letter l).
Description of varieties
Culture Medium, determinant, low (40-50 cm), is also intended for open soils, and for greenhouses. Veggie on the bushes are formed often, through one leaf. In the brushes there are 5-7 large fruits, medium weighing 150-200 g. Vintage is usually stable.
Pink Stella is adapted for cultivation in conditions of Siberia and Altai. The parameters of its varietal characteristics do not depend on open or closed cultivation conditions. Stems thick, reprehension, stramb, but the arrangement of the support is preferably, since the fruits of large dimensions. Skes when forming – 2-3.
Before the formation of the first brushes, the bushes wear a pyramidal configuration, they are compact, and then a certain spreadability appears. The first rapids are formed above 7-8 sheets, all of them 4-5 (appear through the sheet). Leaves overall, dark green shades, non-follicle, removal do not require. Bushes independently stop the growth after the tying of the last brushes.
Although culture and resistant to weather popups, but it clearly does not tolerate frosts.
To her pluses include:
canceled qualitative parameters of fruits;
good degree of yield;
the possibility of growing in open and closed soils;
reliable degree of resistance to adverse climate change;
Stretched storage time;
universality to use;
excellent taste properties;
good carrier and effort;
relatively simple agrotechnik;
High resistance to drought and heat.
Bustics need to be taped, feed;
Weak resistance to refinery during cultivation in open conditions.
Of the fruits make many different dishes and home billets, but are especially good of them fresh salads.
The main qualities of fruits
The fruits of culture slightly elongated, pendant, slightly flashed on the sides, the tips are pointed, medium mass – 150-200 g, pink-raspberry color, without specks. Consistency dense and sahary, with small seed cameras, in which some seeds. The peel is intense, with the preservation of whole tomatoes, it bursts, so they should be pumped in the fruits area. Fruits efficiently and soon reach, being removed in a green condition. However, the storage time and the lastness are small – about 14 days. Transported not bad if you put them only in two rows.
The taste of fruits is harmonious, sugar-sweet-type. The tasting scale is estimated at 5 points. Culture refer to a dessert-salad mind.
Ripening and fruiting
Culture is considered medium, although the first fruits can be seen in July. The timing of their aging – 100-105 days. Much depends on climatic conditions and quality care.
The level of yield is 5-6 kg with bush, culture of high-yielding.
Dates of landing on seedlings and landing in the ground
Sewing seeds to seedlings are produced in March, approximately 50-60 days before the landing of seedlings in the open (in May) or closed soil (in mid-April).
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.
Standard landing circuit – 40 x 70 cm (1 m2 – 3 bustle).
Growing and care
Approximately 2 months before the planned landing in the soil seeds put on seedlings. At the same time, they prepare a substrate consisting of humus, peat and sand in equal proportions, abundantly watering it with a solution of “phytoosporin”, in order to disinfect. Seeds planted at a depth of no more than 2 cm. Capacity covered with lids or equipped with film. So that the sprouts are not pulled out, seedlings provide good lighting and contain heat. Picking begins in the phase of 2 real leaves. A month before landing, seedlings are subjected to hardening (they are put on open air, slowly increasing the time of stay).
Mature seedlings put in the open soil in May, observing the landing scheme. Next, bushes regularly irrigate and feed. In this sense, the organizing is useful (diluted with a lot or chicken litter in proportion 1: 7). The recommended number of feeding during the season is 3-4.
Productive culture culture is largely determined by the quality of the care and observance of agrotechnical rules at all stages of its development. Pink Stella loves heat, with sharp decline in temperature, it is advisable to arrange special shelters from burlap for it. During irrigation, water should not fall nor leaves, so it is necessary to water at the root, in the afternoon, not overcoating plants. With irregular irrigation, the appearance of vertex rot.
The process of loosening is carried out after each irrigation. When first loosening, its depth should be 12 cm, which will allow to saturate the roots with oxygen and warm themselves. Each subsequent loop process is made to a depth of 5 cm. Soil seals can not be allowed.
In June, 6-7 days after disembarkation, the culture is fed (10 liters of water add 0.5 liters of liquid cowboat and 1 tablespoon of nitroposki). On one plant accounts for 0.5 liters of solution. You can also apply another composition – 1 tablespoon of liquid fertilizer “Ideal” and 1 tablespoon of nitroposki are bred in 10 liters of water. Consumption rate is the same.
For bait at the beginning of the disclosure of the second flower brush, a solution of 10 liters of water is prepared, 0.5 liters of chicken litter, 1 tablespoon of superphosphate and 1 teaspoon of potassium sulfate (consumption rate – 1 tablespoon on the bush).
During the period of disclosure of the 3rd flower brush for bait in 10 liters of water, it is divorced by 1 tablespoon of liquid humate potassium and nitroposki (flow rate – 5 liters of 1 m2 solution).
Palencing We carry out during the formation of fruits, removing all the leaves to the 1st wound. Here we begin to the garter of bushes with typical ways.
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
In general, the culture is resistant to typical for passic diseases and pest attacks. However, standard preventive measures must be carried out. No peculiarities in this case, the care of plants does not have – all necessary events are standard.
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
Culture is resistant to adverse weather conditions, except frosting.