var. Noire de Crimee
Lycopersicon lycopersicum (L.) Karsten ex Farw (synonimus Lycopersicum esculentum Mill.)
Old traditional variety for amateurs. Indeterminate plant, not very climbing. Fruit round with grooves and large size (150-200 g) for salad. The color of the fruit is dark red, with brown shades. Medium early cycle (90 days). Rich in lycopene.
Sowing: From January in warm nursery for the greenhouse cultivation, transplanting from March to April in the field. Distances: 70 x 40 cm to 100 x 60 cm between the plants in the field.
Doses of the seed: about 10 grams / 1000 m2.
Ideal temperature for germination: 20-30 ° C.
Seeds per gram: 300-350 (0,1gr = 30-35 seeds)
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