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Early ripe tomato "Samara": variety description and photo

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A tomato hybrid called Samara F1. This variety will arouse the interest of those gardeners who like to treat their guests to whole pickled tomatoes.

Farmers will be interested in its high yield, as well as the excellent density of fruits that allows transporting the crop to the place of sale without much loss.

In this article you will find not only a complete description of the variety, but also get acquainted with its characteristics, see how the tomatoes look in the photo. We will also tell you about the features of cultivation, the advantages and disadvantages of the variety.

Samara tomatoes: variety description

The hybrid is included in the State Register in Russia and is recommended for growing in greenhouses, hotbeds and under film. The bush of a plant of an indeterminate type (read about determinant ones here), reaches a height of 2.0-2.2 meters. The plant shows the greatest efficiency when forming a bush with 1-2 stems.

The bush requires mandatory tying to a vertical support or trellis... Samara tomatoes - early ripening, active fruiting begins 90-96 days after planting seeds for seedlings. A bush of medium branching, with a small amount of slightly corrugated, dark green leaves with a matte bloom. The shape of the leaves is common for a tomato.

The Samara tomato variety is characterized by a long fruiting period, an even size of fruits in the cluster. It is resistant to tobacco mosaic virus, cladosporium and verticillary wilting.

Country of origin of the hybridRussia
Fruit shapeRounded, almost spherical shape with a weak spot near the peduncle
ColorUnripe light green, ripe deep red, with a slight gloss
Average massAlmost equal weight of fruits in a cluster, about 85-100 grams
ApplicationUniversal, suitable for slicing into salads and preserving whole fruits
Average yield3.5-4.0 per bush, 11.5-13.0 kilograms when planting no more than 3 bushes per square meter
Marketable conditionExcellent presentation, good safety during transportation

A photo

See below: tomatoes Samara photo

Advantages and disadvantages

Among the advantages are:

  • early ripening;
  • long-term yield of the crop;
  • even size and weight of the tomato;
  • the versatility of the use of ripe fruits;
  • good yield per square meter of soil;
  • resistance to diseases of tomatoes;
  • fruits are resistant to cracking.

You can compare this indicator with other varieties in the table below:

Variety nameFruit weight
Samara85-100 grams
Bobcat180-240
Russian size650-2000
Podsinsky miracle150-300
American ribbed300-600
Rocket50-60
Altaic50-300
Yusupovsky500-600
Premier120-180
Honey heart120-140

disadvantages:

  • growing only on sheltered ridges;
  • the requirement of tying up the stems of the bush.

You can compare the yield of the variety with others in the table below:

Variety nameYield
Samara3.5-4 kg per bush
Nastenka10-12 per square meter
Gulliver7 kg per bush
Lady Shedi7.5 kg per square meter
Honey heart8.5 kg per square meter
Fat jack5-6 kg per bush
Doll8-9 kg per square meter
Summer resident4 kg per bush
Lazy15 kg per square meter
The president7-9 kg per square meter
King of the market10-12 kg per square meter

Growing features

The optimal time for planting seeds for seedlings will be the last decade of February. When the first true leaf appears, picking of the seedlings is necessary. When diving, feed with complex fertilizer. After warming up the soil, transfer the seedlings to the previously prepared holes on the ridges.

Further care will be reduced to periodic feeding, loosening the earth in the holes, mulching, watering with warm water after sunset, removing weeds, fertilizing.

  • For seedlings.
  • Top of the best.
  • Mineral and organic.
  • Ready-made complexes.
  • Yeast.
  • Iodine.
  • Ash.
  • Hydrogen peroxide.
  • Ammonia.
  • Boric acid.
  • How to properly carry out foliar feeding and fertilize plants when picking?

Diseases and pests

As mentioned above, the variety is resistant to tomato diseases and you will not need to control them. But in order to prevent their occurrence and to properly carry out prevention, some knowledge is needed.

  • Alternaria, fusarium and verticillosis.
  • Late blight, protection against it and varieties resistant to this disease.

As for pests, Colorado beetles, aphids, thrips, and spider mites most often threaten plantings. Folk remedies or insecticides will help against them.

Tomato Samara F1 planted in a greenhouse will delight you with an abundance of ripe tomato clusters of equal weight and size. You will feel legitimate pride when you open a jar of thick, great-tasting tomatoes in winter.

Watch the video: how to pinch and tie tomatoes

In the table below you will find links to articles about tomatoes with different ripening periods:

Mid-seasonLate ripeningSuper early
NikitichPremierAlpha
Funtik F1GrapefruitPink Impression
Crimson Sunset F1De Barao GiantGolden stream
Rise F1YusupovskyThe miracle of the lazy
MikadoBull heartSalting miracle
Azure Giant F1RocketSanka
Uncle StyopaAltaicLocomotive


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