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Characteristics, advantages, features of growing tomato varieties "Pudovik"

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Breeders of the Siberian Garden agrofirm offer many interesting and large-fruited tomatoes. Perhaps one of the most famous varieties for gardeners is the Pudovik tomato. Its fruits are appreciated not only for the size of ripe tomatoes, but also for their yield and excellent taste.

In this article, you will find a complete and detailed description of the variety. And you can also get acquainted with its main characteristics and features of cultivation.

Tomato "Pudovik": variety description

Variety namePudovik
general descriptionEarly maturing semi-determinant variety
OriginatorRussia
Ripening period112-115 days
The formElongated cordate
ColorRed-crimson
Average weight of tomatoes700-800 grams
ApplicationDining room
Variety yieldup to 20 kg per sq.m
Growing featuresStandard agricultural technology
Disease resistanceResistant to most diseases

The country of withdrawal is Russia. The variety is recommended to grow both in open ridges and in greenhouses and film shelters.

Bushes of a plant of a semi-determinant type. On open ground they grow to a height of 100-120, in a greenhouse they grow taller, up to 170-180 centimeters.

The bushes are quite sprawling, it is not advised to plant more than 4-5 bushes per square meter. The number of loose leaves is above average, dark green in color, the usual shape for a tomato.

The bush requires the obligatory removal of the stepsons and tying them to the support.

Variety Pudovik with medium ripening. From planting seeds to getting ripe tomatoes of the first harvest, 112-115 days pass. Long-term fruiting. The bush shows the best performance when formed by 2-3 stems and planting in open ground. When grown in a greenhouse, the yield is slightly less.

Average yield 4.8-5.0 kg per bush, 18.5-20.0 kilograms when planting no more than 4 plants per square meter.

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

Variety nameYield
Pudovikup to 20 kg 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

According to reviews received from gardeners, this variety is almost not susceptible to major tomato diseases. With moderate fertilizing with mineral fertilizers, the plant's immunity only increases. With abundant watering and unfavorable weather conditions (prolonged rains), tomatoes are prone to cracking.

Characteristics

Dignity:

  • Excellent taste of tomato.
  • Large fruit size.
  • Resistance to the main diseases of tomatoes.
  • Good safety during transportation.

Disadvantages:

  • The need for tying and pinching the bush.
  • Tendency to cracking with excess moisture.

Fleshy tomatoes are elongated - heart-shaped. Unripe light green, ripe, red with a raspberry tinge, a well-defined dark green spot at the stalk. Average weight 700-800 grams, with good care and rationing of the number of fruits up to 1.0-1.2 kilograms... Application for fresh consumption, in salads, preparations for the winter in the form of sauces, lecho. Excellent presentation, excellent preservation of fruits during transportation and bookmarks for ripening.

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

Variety nameFruit weight
Pudovik700-800
Bobcat180-240
Russian size650-2000
Podsinsky miracle150-300
American ribbed300-600
Rocket50-60
Altaic50-300
Yusupovsky500-600
Premier120-180
Honey heart120-140

A photo

You can see the fruits of the Pudovik tomato in the photo:

Growing features

Planting seeds for growing seedlings is recommended in the last days of March. When 3-4 leaves appear, top dressing is carried out, combining with a pick of seedlings. After warming up the soil, the seedlings are planted in prepared, fertilized soil. Tomatoes prefer neutral or slightly acidic soils with good drainage.

In the process of growth, the bushes need moderate fertilizing with complex fertilizer. It is also necessary to tie the plants to the installed vertical supports.

Gardeners are advised to remove 3-4 bottom leaves from the bush to ventilate the ground. It is necessary to loosen the soil in the holes, moderate watering with warm water, weed weeds.

If you follow these simple rules of care, the tomato Pudovik will give you large tomatoes of excellent taste. We wish you excellent harvests, dear gardeners!

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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