A description of the variety of tomato "Persimmon"
In appearance and color of a tomato "Persimmon" very similar to a ripe persimmon. Hence the name. Average fruit weight is usually not more than 330 grams. Plants are quite high, so they are often tied to pegs. This is especially true when one hive is maturing from a few pounds. With regard to taste characteristics, "Persimmon", they are simply amazing. There is no acidity, and the flesh is usually tender and very juicy. This is the perfect tomato for making juice and various sauces. But the peel is strong enough. Then, the fruits may be preserved in small pieces.
A grade of "Persimmon" is especially demanding to temperature during growth. It should fluctuate in the range of 22 to 26oC. Otherwise, can slow growth and even worsen the flowering process of these plants.
How to grow seedlings
Usually the seedlings are planted at the end of the first spring month, and it begins to bear fruit in July. However in the Northern regions the fructification may start a little later. In order to plant tomato seeds, you need to handle the garden soil with a solution of Fundazol". The surface of the soil better seal, make a small furrow and plant the seeds in it. Experienced gardeners know that many seeds to pour is not necessary, as will rise to approximately 90%.
After this stage, it is recommended to sprinkle water and cover with foil boarding capacity. Watering should be done very carefully and the temperature should not fall below 22oC. When sprouts appear, the tape can be removed and put on the lights future seedlings. The plants should sit in separate pots after the appearance of the second sheet. Two weeks before planting the seedlings must be put on the street – first for 5 minutes, then for a longer time. Immediately after watering their removal is prohibited.
Characteristics of the variety
Tomato "Persimmon" is different from other sorts of interesting features. This refers to high yield. At 1 m approximately 6 kg of fruit. The plant can bear fruit for five months until frost. If you can grow a Persimmon in non-heated greenhouses, you can achieve maximum productivity.
By the way, these tomatoes can even collect a little immature because they will not lose their taste during subsequent ripening. Due to such unique characteristics of the variety, tomatoes can be transported over long distances.