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A promising hybrid for open ground - tomato "Nadezhda": variety description, photo

A promising hybrid for open ground - tomato



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Tomato hybrids are a real gift for gardeners. They are more productive than ordinary varieties, are unpretentious and practically do not get sick. One of the promising options is the tomato variety Nadezhda F1.

Cold-tolerant tomatoes can be grown in open ground, covered with foil only during frost.

In our article you will find a full description of the Nadezhda F1 hybrid, get acquainted with its characteristics and cultivation features, and learn about disease resistance.

Tomatoes Nadezhda: variety description

Variety nameHope
general descriptionEarly maturing high-yielding hybrid of the first generation
OriginatorRussia
Ripening period95-100 days
The formFlat-round
ColorRed
Average weight of tomatoes80 gram
ApplicationUniversal
Variety yield6 kg per square meter
Growing featuresGrown in seedlings
Disease resistanceResistant to most diseases

Nadezhda F1 is an early maturing high-yielding hybrid of the first generation. The bush is determinate, compact, quite voluminous, requiring formation.

Read about indeterminate varieties here. The leaves are medium-sized, dark green. Tomatoes ripen in small clusters of 4-6 pieces. The tomato variety Nadezhda is quite harvestable, from 1 sq. m of plantings, you can collect up to 6 kg of selected tomatoes.

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

Variety nameYield
Hope6 kg per square meter
Long Keeper4-6 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

Fruits are medium in size, weighing up to 80 g, smooth and neat. The shape is flat-rounded, smooth glossy skin protects the fruit from cracking. The pulp is juicy, not too dense, with few seeds. The taste is rich, pleasantly sweet. During the ripening process, the color of the tomatoes changes from light green to bright red.

You can compare the weight of this variety with other varieties in the table below:

Variety nameFruit weight
Hope80 gram
Golden Stream80 gram
Salting miracle90 grams
Locomotive120-150 grams
President 2300 grams
Leopold80-100 grams
Katyusha120-150 grams
Aphrodite F190-110 grams
Aurora F1100-140 grams
Anyuta F195-120 grams
Boney M75-100

Characteristics

Tomatoes variety Nadezhda bred by Russian breeders, intended for growing in open ground, film shelters, greenhouses and greenhouses. Plants are cold-tolerant and tolerate drought and other adverse weather conditions. The harvested fruits are well stored, transportation is possible.

Tomatoes are versatile, they are eaten fresh, they are used to prepare a variety of dishes. Smooth, not too large tomatoes Nadezhda f1 are suitable for whole-fruit canning, they make a tasty and healthy juice, which can be drunk freshly squeezed or harvested for future use.

Among the main advantages of the variety:

  • delicious and beautiful fruits;
  • tomatoes are well stored;
  • compact bush saves space in the garden;
  • cold resistance;
  • resistance to major diseases.

Among the disadvantages of the variety:

  • sprawling bushes need pinching;
  • exactingness to the nutritional value of the soil.

A photo

The photo shows the tomatoes Hope f1:

Growing features

Tomato Nadezhda f1 can be grown in seedlings using special cassettes or peat tablets. This option allows you to get the harvest as early as possible, at the beginning of summer. Growth stimulants can be used to speed up the process.

The seeds do not need to be soaked and disinfected, they are treated with drugs that increase germination. For fast germination, you need a high temperature (at least 25 degrees) and sufficient humidity. Seedlings planted in individual cassettes do not need a pick, they can be moved directly into the ground.

Before transplanting, the plants are fed with liquid complex fertilizer. The grown seedlings are hardened by taking them out into the open air. Planting on the beds begins in the second half of May, when the soil warms up well. With the seedless method, the seeds are sown in the soil, previously mixed with humus. For 1 sq. m can accommodate 4 compact bushes.

Fertilizers and the right soil are very important in growing tomatoes. Read articles on this topic:

  • Types of soil for tomatoes, as well as how to mix the soil yourself and which soil is most suitable for planting tomatoes in a greenhouse.
  • Organic, mineral, phosphorus, complex and ready-made fertilizers, TOP of the best.
  • How to feed plants with yeast, iodine, ash, hydrogen peroxide, ammonia, boric acid.
  • Foliar dressing, when picking, for seedlings.

Water the tomatoes sparingly, waiting for the topsoil to dry out. During the planting season, they are fed 3-4 times with full complex fertilizer or a diluted mullein. Small bushes need shaping. For better insolation, the lower leaves are removed, as well as lateral shoots above 3 brushes. To prevent the branches with fruits from breaking, they are tied to a support in advance. Mulching will help get rid of weeds.

Diseases and pests

Tomato Nadezhda is quite resistant to the main diseases of tomatoes in greenhouses: late blight, fusarium, verticillium, Alternaria, tobacco mosaic. For greater safety, it is recommended to shed the soil before planting with a solution of hydrogen peroxide or copper sulfate. The soil must be loosened frequently to remove weeds. Read more about methods of combating diseases, about protection against late blight and varieties that are resistant to it.

Spraying of plantings with a pale pink solution of potassium permanganate, phytosporin or other non-toxic antifungal drug is recommended. In open beds, tomatoes are threatened by slugs, Colorado beetles, aphids, thrips and spider mites.

Large insects and larvae are collected by hand, plantings are sprayed with an aqueous solution of hydrogen peroxide. In advanced cases, industrial insecticides help; plants are treated with them 2-3 times with an interval of 3 days.

Nadezhda is a promising variety for open ground. The tomatoes are delicious, the yield pleases even inexperienced gardeners. Plants easily tolerate the vagaries of the weather, without requiring special care and without suffering from diseases.

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