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Amazing tomatoes "Pink raisins": description of the variety, yield, advantages and disadvantages

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The variety of tomatoes "Pink Raisins", the result of Ukrainian selection, amazes with the abundance of sweet beautiful fruits, there can be about 50 of them in the brush! And this is not the only positive quality of the variety. These tomatoes store well and can be transported easily, they are tasty and do not crack.

If you are interested in pink raisins tomatoes read our article. In it you will find a complete description of the variety, its characteristics, cultivation features and other details of agricultural technology.

Tomatoes Pink raisins: variety description

The plant is determinate, up to a maximum of 1.5 m in height. The determinant plant reaches maximum growth faster, ends in a flower, the fruits ripen faster, and are mainly formed on the lower brushes. Gardeners notice a drop in yield on the upper clusters. By the type of bush - not a standard one. The stem has a strong, persistent, medium foliage, complex type brushes. The rhizome is powerful, developed horizontally by more than 50 cm, without a downward tendency.

The leaf is medium in size, light green in color, typical "tomato" (potato), has a wrinkled structure without pubescence. The inflorescence is complex, intermediate, the first inflorescence is laid above 6-8 leaves, then it goes with an interval of 1 leaf. There are many flowers. The peduncle is articulated. According to the degree of ripening - early ripening, the crop can be harvested on the 90th day after seedling germination.

Tomato "Pink Raisin" has a high degree of resistance to major diseases. Designed for planting in greenhouses and open ground.

Characteristics

Tomato varieties "Pink Raisins" have an elongated, plum-like shape. Dimensions - about 5 cm in length, weight - from 50 to 150 g... The skin is smooth, thin. The color of unripe fruits is pale green with darkening at the stalk, while mature fruits are pale pink, pearlescent. The fruits are beautiful, not cracked.

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

Variety nameFruit weight
Pink raisins50-150 grams
Black Moor50 grams
Market King300 grams
Tanya150-170 grams
Gulliver200-800 grams
Peter the First250 grams
Shuttle50-60 grams
Favorite115-140 grams
Kate120-130 grams
Nikola80-200 grams
Golden heart100-200 grams

The pulp is fleshy, dense. but tender, pleasant to the taste - sweet. The number of chambers with seeds is 2-3. Dry matter in fruits is about 5%. Ripe fruits can hang on the hands for a long time and do not deteriorate. The harvested crop is stored for a long time, it tolerates transportation well. Store the tomato crop in a dark, dry place.

Tomatoes "Pink Raisin" are bred by Ukrainian breeders, they are not included in the State Register for the Russian Federation. Grown in all available regions. Grows lower in the greenhouse. It is considered a universal dessert variety. Suitable for raw salads, hot dishes. It goes well for canning with whole fruits, they have a high density and do not lose their shape, the skin does not crack. The production of tomato juices, sauces and pasta is relevant.

Excellent yield, up to 6 kg per plant... There can be more than 50 fruits in a bunch. From 1 sq.m. you can get up to 10 kg.

You can find out about the yield of other varieties in the table below:

Variety nameYield
Pink raisinsup to 10 kg per square meter
American ribbed5.5 per bush
De Barao Giant20-22 kg per bush
King of the market10-12 kg per square meter
Kostroma4.5-5 kg ​​per bush
Summer resident4 kg per bush
Honey Heart8.5 kg per square meter
Banana Red3 kg per bush
Golden Jubilee15-20 kg per square meter
Diva8 kg per bush

Disadvantages were found in isolated cases, not significant.

Dignity :

  • good taste
  • bountiful harvest
  • disease resistance
  • long storage of fruits without consequences
  • unpretentiousness to weather conditions.

Growing features

The main feature is the large number of fruits on one cluster. The fruits are tied in any weather. Bushes form 2-3 stems. Cracking resistance. The fruits on the plant crack due to the drop in humidity due to the drop in day and night temperatures.

The seeds are soaked in a weak solution of potassium permanganate for several hours, washed with running warm water. The soil is selected fertile with a low acidity content, well oxygenated. "Pink raisins" are sown in disinfected soil heated to 25 degrees to a depth of about 2 cm. The distance between the seeds should be at least 1.5 cm. The landing time is the end of March.

Freshly planted seeds are well watered and covered with durable material (polyethylene, glass) to form the desired moisture. The germination temperature of seeds should be at least 25 degrees. When sprouts appear, the polyethylene is removed. A pick is carried out when 2 well-developed sheets are formed. With a seedling growth of about 25 cm, seedlings can be planted in a permanent place.

The soil must also be warmed up and disinfected. Watering is carried out at the root, not often, but abundantly. Loosening as needed. Top dressing is carried out every 10 days with mineral fertilizers... Stealing is not required. Garter, if necessary, to individual supports or trellises.

Diseases and pests

Most diseases can be prevented by disinfecting soil and seeds. For late blight, spraying with a solution of water with copper sulfate is carried out. From pests they are sprayed with special preparations.

Growing "Pink Raisins" you will get an excellent harvest of beautiful tasty fruits without much effort.

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