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Lovers of juicy and beautiful pink tomatoes will surely appreciate the benefits of Pink Paradise.
Tomatoes are not too demanding to care for, guaranteeing an excellent harvest.
It is advisable to plant vegetables in a greenhouse or greenhouse, but with careful care, cultivation in the open field is also possible.
Tomato "Pink Paradise F1": variety description
|Variety name||Pink Paradise|
|general description||Mid-season indeterminate hybrid|
|Ripening period||100-110 days|
|Average weight of tomatoes||120-200 grams|
|Variety yield||4 kg per square meter|
|Growing features||Standard agricultural technology|
|Disease resistance||Disease resistant|
The hybrid was developed by Japanese breeders and is intended for cultivation in greenhouses and greenhouses. It is preferable to use lightweight film constructions.
The hiding place should be high enough not to inhibit the growth of long vines. Pink Paradise is an F1 hybrid, mid-season, high-yielding. The bush is indeterminate, reaches a height of 2 m. It forms a large amount of green mass and requires mandatory formation. Leaves are medium in size, inflorescences are simple. The number of nests is at least 4.
Begins to bear fruit in 70-75 days after planting seedlings. The yield of the Pink Paradise variety is excellent, with 1 sq. m you can collect up to 4 kg of tomatoes.
You can compare the yield of Pink Paradise with other varieties in the table below:
|Pink Paradise||4 kgs sq.m|
|Russian size||7-8 kg per square meter|
|King of Kings||5 kg per bush|
|Long Keeper||4-6 kg per bush|
|Grandma's gift||up to 6 kg per square meter|
|Podsinsky miracle||5-6 kg per square meter|
|Brown sugar||6-7 kg per square meter|
|American ribbed||5.5 kg per bush|
|Rocket||6.5 kg per square meter|
|De Barao the giant||20-22 kg per bush|
Among the main advantages of the variety:
- excellent productivity;
- undemanding care;
- high palatability of fruits;
- cold resistance;
- resistance to major diseases (verticillium, fusarium, etc.).
Despite the obvious advantages, the variety has small features that must be taken into account:
- plants tolerate short-term temperature drops, but can die from severe frosts;
- tall shrubs with lots of leaves require regular pruning and shaping.
Characteristics of the fruits of the Pink Paradise tomato:
- The fruits are moderately large, the weight of some tomatoes reaches 200 g. The average weight is 120-140 g.
- The shape is round or round-flat.
- the color is deep pink, without green spots at the stalk.
- The pulp is firm, juicy, and high in sugars.
- The seed chambers are small.
- The peel of the fruit is dense, but not tough, perfectly protects against cracking and improves keeping quality.
The harvested tomatoes are well stored, they tolerate transportation without any problems.
The fruits are intended for fresh consumption, making soups, side dishes, sauces. Ripe tomatoes make excellent thick juice and puree.
You can compare the weight of the fruits of this variety with others in the table below:
|Variety name||Fruit weight|
|Pink Paradise||120-200 grams|
|King of the market||300 grams|
|Black bunch||50-70 grams|
|Sweet bunch||15-20 grams|
You can see the fruits of the Pink Paradise hybrid tomato in the photo:
The cultivation of Pink Paradise tomatoes begins with sowing for seedlings. This is best done in early March. The soil should be nutritious and light, the preferred option is a mixture of turf or garden soil with humus.
Important: The seeds do not need to be disinfected, but for better germination, it is recommended to soak them for 10-12 hours with a growth stimulator.
Seeds are sown with a depth of 1.5 cm and covered with foil. Germination takes place at a stable temperature of 25 degrees.
Read about different ways of growing tomato seedlings in our articles:
- in twists;
- in two roots;
- in peat tablets;
- without picking;
- on Chinese technology;
- in bottles;
- in peat pots;
- without land.
After germination, the seedlings are placed in bright light. Moderate watering, preferably from a spray bottle. In the phase of formation of the first true leaves, a pick is made into separate pots. It is recommended to feed the transplanted plants with an aqueous solution of a complete complex fertilizer.
Planting under a film or in a greenhouse is carried out in the second half of May, after the soil has completely warmed up.
The scheme of planting a tomato variety "Pink Paradise F1" is standard, the distance between the bushes is not less than 60 cm. Immediately after transplanting, young plants are tied to a support. Tall bushes are convenient to grow on trellises or use long sturdy stakes. Watering is moderate, during the season tomatoes are fed 3-4 times with mineral fertilizers with a high content of potassium and phosphorus. It is recommended to carefully pinch and form a bush into 1 stem.
Pests and diseases
The variety is quite resistant to the main diseases of the nightshade family. It is little susceptible to fungus, does not suffer from fusarium wilting or verticillosis.
However, for the safety of landings, it is recommended to carry out a number of preventive measures. Before planting, the soil is disinfected, abundantly spilling an aqueous solution of potassium permanganate or copper sulfate. It is useful to spray seedlings and young plants with phytosporin or other non-toxic bio-preparation.
Frequent ventilation and timely weed control will help fight pests. The discovered larvae of beetles and naked slugs are removed by hand and destroyed, the plants are sprayed with an aqueous solution of ammonia.
Tomato "Pink Paradise" F1 has recently become generally available. A few years ago, the variety was considered rare and the seeds were difficult to find on sale. Gardeners should take advantage of this and try to grow a few bushes. They certainly will not disappoint, thanking them for their care with a bountiful harvest.
For a detailed video review of the cultivation of the Pink Paradise tomato variety, see below:
In the table below you will find links to other varieties of tomatoes presented on our website and having different ripening periods:
|Early ripe||Mid late||Medium early|
|Raspberry Viscount||Yellow banana||Pink Bush F1|
|The Tsar Bell||Titanium||Flamingo|
|Valentine||Honey fireworks||Chio Chio San|
|Cranberries in sugar||Market miracle||Supermodel|
|Verlioka||De Barao black||Major F1|