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Description of the Stresa tomato variety and its characteristics

Description of the Stresa tomato variety and its characteristics


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Tomato "Stresa F1" is a hybrid bred by Russian breeders. The variety has a number of virtues and has received rave reviews for its yield.

The tomato hybrid "Stresa F1" is medium early, indeterminate, large-fruited, resistant to many tomato diseases. Created specifically for greenhouse cultivation, but in regions with a stable warm climate, tomatoes "Stresa F1" are also grown in the open field. Tomatoes of this variety can be grown all year round in heated greenhouses.

Characteristics and description of the variety: a bush of this hybrid grows up to 1.8-2 m in height, therefore, it necessarily requires a garter to a vertical or horizontal support. The stem is lianate and flexible. It is necessary to form a stem as the plant grows in 1-2 trunks, which will increase the yield of the bush.

Since the fruits are quite large, it is imperative to tie the trunk to the support.

The leaves of the seedlings are light, and when the plant is gaining growth, they become dark green, slightly elongated.

The plant is tall, sprawling, so the Stresa tomato bush is planted using the 50 x 40 cm technology. m planted up to 4 plants. The period from seed germination to fruiting of the plant is 110-115 days.

Disease resistance of the Stresa tomato variety:

Type of diseaseDegree of stability
1Verticillium wilt (Va, Vd)high
2Fusarium wilting (Fol 1–2)high
3Cladosporium (Ff)high
4Tomato Mosaic Virus (ToMV)high
5tomato nematode (Mi, Ma)high

Fruit characteristics

Description of fruits of tomatoes "Stresa F1": large, round, with light ribbing of the barrels, fleshy, sugary at the break. The color of a ripe tomato is bright red. The skin of these tomatoes is tender but firm. Tomatoes of this hybrid variety do not crack.

The variety has a good delicate taste and pleasant aroma. They are eaten fresh, in soups, salads. Medium-sized fruits are preserved as a whole, and large ones are preserved in slices or in the form of juice, mashed potatoes, sauce. The reviews for this variety are positive, they note its good presentation, as well as taste.

Clusters of this hybrid form 6 fruits on average. Their sizes on the bush are the same 200-250 grams. The yield of the Stresa F1 tomato is high: over 25 kg per 1 sq. M. m. The variety of these hybrids is transportable.

How to properly water tomatoes

The cultivation of bountiful harvests of tomatoes is facilitated by proper watering, loosening, fertilizing the bushes.

  • Water the tomatoes with warm water at about 18-20 degrees, at least 15 degrees.
  • It is better if the watering is drip. If irrigation is not drip, then the water consumption depends on the age of the plant: from 5 to 10 liters under the root every 8-12 days.
  • Watering should be alternated with loosening the soil under the bushes of plants. So the planting will be protected from the development of fungal diseases and optimal aeration of the bushes will be ensured.
  • Stresa F1 tomatoes require 65-70% moisture content for normal pollination and fruit set. The increased humidity of the air, in addition to the development of the fungus, leads to adhesion of pollen and pollination of flowers does not occur. Reduced humidity leads to the fact that the pollen scatters and does not fall on the pistil, in which case pollination also does not occur and the yield of the bushes decreases.

Fertilization and feeding of tomato seedlings "Stresa F1"

The Stresa F1 hybrid is fertilized throughout the entire growing period. It is important that the feeding of tomatoes is carried out in a timely manner and does not exceed the norm, otherwise the tomatoes can be ruined.

  • During the formation of seedlings, before picking, fertilize twice with liquid fertilizers for plant growth, with an interval of 7-10 days.
  • When transplanting to a permanent place, the root system is watered or dipped in a solution of "Fitosporin-M", which prevents infection with fungal infections and feeds the plant with microelements.


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