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Description of a little-known Siberian tomato variety with a good yield - "Lazyboy"


In the spring, all summer residents and gardeners rush to their plots. As soon as possible, you need to put in order the overwintered beds, fix the greenhouses and choose good seedlings.

Large farmers also face a difficult choice: which variety of tomatoes to plant this season so that it gives a high yield and the fruits are tasty and have a beautiful presentation.

We want to tell you about an interesting universal hybrid, which is simple and unpretentious to care for, it is called "Lazy".

Tomato "Lazy": description of the variety

Variety nameLazy
general descriptionEarly maturing, determinant tomato variety for cultivation in greenhouses and open field.
OriginatorRussia
Ripening period85-90 days
The formHeart-shaped fruits
ColorRed
Average weight of tomatoes300-400 grams
ApplicationUniversal
Variety yieldup to 15 kg per square meter
Growing featuresNeeds regular watering 1-2 times a week, prefers neutral soils
Disease resistancePossesses powerful immunity to late blight and macrosporosis

Refers to early ripening tomatoes, from planting to harvesting for about 85-90 days. The plant is standard, determinant, the bush is low, grows up to 60 cm... Read about indeterminate varieties here.

The plant is compact, but at the same time produces abundant heavy fruits, so care should be taken to provide good support and tying. It grows well both in open beds and in greenhouses. It has good resistance to macrosporosis and late blight. Read about varieties that are not susceptible to late blight here.

Usually the ovary is formed amicably, ripe fruits are heart-shaped, bright red or red-crimson in color. Fruit taste with sourness, pleasant. The pulp is of medium density, the number of partitions is 4-5, the dry matter content is 4.5%. The weight of the fruits is quite large: up to 300 grams, sometimes, under good conditions, tomatoes grow up to 400 grams or more.

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

Variety nameFruit weight
Lazy300-400
Bobcat180-240
Russian size650-2000
Podsinsky miracle150-300
American ribbed300-600
Rocket50-60
Altaic50-300
Yusupovsky500-600
Premier120-180
Honey heart120-140

A photo

These photos show the fruits of tomatoes "Lazy":

Characteristics

Tomatoes "Lazyboy" are a prominent representative of the Siberian selection. This tomato was obtained by Russian breeders and received the state registration of the variety in 2010. Lazyayka tomatoes tolerate frosts well, they will not be damaged by temperature fluctuations... Therefore, the tomato gives a good harvest both in the middle lane and in colder regions.

In the Voronezh, Astrakhan, Vologda regions, in the Caucasus and in the Krasnodar Territory, it is better to plant in open beds. In the Southern Urals and in more severe regions, it is necessary to plant only under film shelters.

You also need to take into account that this species needs good supports, without this there will be poor growth and yield will drop.

Tomatoes "Lazy" are great for preserves and pickles... Most often they are eaten fresh, in vitamin salads. May be used dry. The fruit makes a wonderful tasty tomato juice and thick high-quality pasta. Productivity is at a high level, it is possible to collect 5-6 kg from one adult plant.

Under the right conditions and active feeding, it is possible to get up to 15 kg from 1 sq.m. This is a good result for such a short plant.

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

Variety nameYield
Lazyup to 15 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

Tomato "Lazy" has many advantages:

  • good productivity;
  • beautiful presentation;
  • fruits are stored for a long time;
  • has good ripening ability;
  • active fruiting until the first frost;
  • frost resistance and strong immunity;
  • widespread use of ripe fruits.

Disadvantages of this type:

  • does not tolerate heat and lack of watering;
  • obligatory sturdy support;
  • demanding on the soil.

Growing features

The plant is quite unpretentious, tolerates frost well, but does not tolerate heat well. Sowing seedlings should be done in late March and early April. It should be planted in open ground in late May - early June. For planting seedlings, you can use mini-greenhouses, use stimulants to accelerate growth.

Needs regular watering 1-2 times a week, prefers neutral soils... It responds well to complex fertilizing and loosening.

Fertilizers can be used:

  1. Organic.
  2. Iodine.
  3. Yeast.
  4. Hydrogen peroxide.
  5. Ammonia.
  6. Boric acid.

Diseases and pests

Tomato variety "Lazyayka" has a strong immunity to late blight and macrosporosis. For the prevention of fungal infections, rotting of fruits and the ovary of the greenhouse, it is necessary to constantly ventilate and maintain the correct regime of heat and light in them.

However, you may find useful information about the most common tomato diseases in greenhouses and how to deal with them. We will also tell you about Alternaria, Fusarium, Verticillosis and proper protection against late blight. On our website, you can familiarize yourself with varieties that are not only resistant to diseases, but also capable of producing a good harvest.

Of the pests, it often suffers from the invasion of aphids and thrips, in this case we recommend treating it with "Bison".

Medvedka and slugs very often attack adult plants. They can be destroyed by folk methods. A good result is given by the use of mustard and red hot pepper, 1 tbsp. l. seasonings need to be diluted in 10 liters. water, shake thoroughly and spill soil around.

"Lazy" is a good fruitful tomato, which is easy to grow even for a novice gardener. Large farmers will also like it very much for its unpretentiousness and beautiful presentation of the fruits. Be sure to plant several bushes in your beds and after 3 months your first tomatoes will ripen. Have a great season!

All about tomato diseases and how to protect against them:

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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