Unpretentious variety of tomato "Yellow Pear", looks very nice in a jar in winter

Unpretentious variety of tomato

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There are many varieties of tomatoes that can be eaten raw or preserved. Also, all varieties are different in taste, softness, number of seeds.

And there are those that look very beautiful and elegant on the beds and in greenhouses. For example, the yellow pear tomato is a very popular variety among gardeners.

Tomatoes Yellow pear: variety description

Variety nameYellow pear
general descriptionMid-season indeterminate variety
Ripening period100-110 days
The formPear-shaped
Average weight of tomatoes100-130 grams
ApplicationFresh, for conservation
Variety yieldHigh
Growing featuresStandard agricultural technology
Disease resistanceDisease resistant

The country of origin is Holland. This variety was included in the Russian State Register in 2001. The Yellow pear tomato is a mid-early hybrid with yellow pear-like fruits, hence the name. There are also pink and black pears. The substance myocin, which is contained in large quantities in yellow fruits, is important for strengthening the walls of blood vessels.

Dutch tomatoes are less susceptible to diseases such as late blight, and the seeds have a higher percentage of germination. Tomatoes "Yellow Pear" - a powerful, tall, indeterminate plant, suitable for both greenhouse cultivation and open ground in warm regions.

The advantages of this variety are:

  • crop stability;
  • original form;
  • rich sweet taste;
  • fruits do not overripe and do not crack;
  • resistant to most diseases.

Of the shortcomings, only:

  • short shelf life;
  • insufficient juiciness.

Yellow tomatoes contain many vitamins, especially provitamin A, which makes them yellow. Such tomatoes help to cleanse the body of harmful substances and restore the composition of the blood, they are less nutritious and cause less allergic reactions.

A photo

Next, we bring to your attention photos of a tomato variety "Yellow Pear":


The fruits are thin at the base and convex towards the end - pear-shaped. The color of a ripe fruit is yellow, weighs about 100 g, from 7 cm in size, has 2-3 chambers. Not very juicy, with firm skin. They are not stored for long. The tomato variety is lettuce, fleshy, not suitable for squeezing juice, but due to its dense skin, they are well suited for canning, they do not burst even at high temperatures.

Tomatoes "yellow pear" are also good because their yield is quite high, on one brush there can be bunches with 7-8 fruits.

You can compare the weight of the variety with others in the table:

Variety nameFruit weight
Pear Yellow100-130 grams
Podsinsky miracle150-300 grams
Yusupovsky500-600 grams
Baron150-200 grams
Apples in the snow50-70 grams
Tanya150-170 grams
Favorite F1115-140 grams
La la fa130-160 grams
Nikola80-200 grams
Honey-sugar400 gram

Growing features

Cultivation is possible in the north-western, central, southern regions, in the southern regions of the country it can be planted directly into the ground, in the northern regions they require the initial cultivation of seedlings at room temperature.

Grow "yellow pear" in greenhouses from seedlings, the ripening period of the fruits from planting seeds - approximately 110 days. The first inflorescence is above 9 leaves, then they go through 3. When transplanted into a greenhouse, they require feeding in the form of humus every 15 days. Due to its high size, the plant needs to be tied up.

Diseases and pests

Dutch breeders have taken care of the resistance of this tomato variety to such pests as aphids, larvae of a butterfly-moth, and these tomatoes almost do not get sick with late blight, mosaic, phomosis.

This variety, in addition to the interesting shape of the fruit, has some other feature that is not found in all varieties - this is the absence of the need for pinching. If you are a gardener with an ideal taste, plant in your greenhouse, in addition to red-fruited varieties, also yellow-fruited ones, especially since the "yellow pear" is an ideal option for a high yield without problems.

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