Crown F1 Tomato seeds (Simlaw seeds brand ) 25g - Farmsquare
Crown F1 Tomato seeds (Simlaw seeds brand ) 25g

Crown F1 Tomato seeds (Simlaw seeds brand ) 25g

67,750

Crown Tomato F1 Seeds by Simlaw seeds is a determinate blocky-round hybrid tomato with medium-sized fruit for fresh market and processing.  They produce a very vigorous plant with good cover produce high yields of early quality fruits which are suitable for both fresh market and processing into paste.

Product Feature

  • Maturity: 65 – 70days
  • Average Fruit Weight: 200g
  • Average Yield: 45 tonnes/ ha.
  • Packaging:   25g (7000 – 7500seeds) /satchet
  • Fruit: Blocky-round, Medium-sized, Non-greenback, Smooth, Firm, Jointed, Brix 5.5 to 6.0%
  • Resistances: Resistant to Verticillium, Fusarium and Nematodes.
  • Plant: Determinate, Very vigorous, Good cover, High yielding.

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Crown F1 Tomato Seeds

Crown F1  Seeds by Simlaw is a determinate blocky-round hybrid tomato with medium-sized fruits that are resistant to disease.  They produce very vigorous plants with good cover produce high yields of early quality fruits with good shipping ability. Crown is mostly grown flat for the fresh market but is also used by processors for paste.

Benefits of Products

  • Determinate
  • Maturity  of  65 – 70 days
  • Fruit weight   200g
  • Excellent shelf and transportability
  • Tolerant  to bacterial wilt and  fusarium wilt

 Features of  Crown Tomato F1 Fruits

Blocky-round, Medium-sized, Non-greenback, Smooth, Firm, Jointed, Brix 5.5 to 6.0%

Features of  Crown Tomato f1 Plant

Determinate, Very vigorous, Good cover, High yielding

  • Steps on Growing  Crown Tomato

  • Nursery
  • Sow tomatoes in seedling trays filled with cocopeat/ seed starting mix.
  • Sow a seed per hole at ½ inch deep.
  • Seeds can be started in a bright window or under fluorescent lights set about 2 inches (5 cm) above the plants.
  • Keep seed starting mix/ cocopeat just moist until seeds germinate.
  • Germination takes 5 to 7 days at 75°F (24°C) or warmer.
  • About two weeks after germination seedlings are ready and can be transplanted to the field.
  • Transplanting
  • Set seedlings out where they can have access to direct sun because tomato needs about 8 hours of sunlight.
  • Plants will not thrive in temperatures cooler than 50°F (10°C).
  • Set a tomato transplant into the garden deeper than it was growing in the seedling tray. Remove the lower leaves on the stem up to the top two sets of leaves. Bury the stem up to the top two sets of leaves. New roots will grow on the buried stem. Burying stems at transplanting will make for sturdier plants.
  • Water newly transplanted seedlings.
  • Seedlings should be planted at a spacing of  24 inches (61cm) apart.

Planting Site:

  • Grow tomatoes in full sun, at least 8 hours of sun each day.
  • Prepare planting beds by adding 2 to 4 inches (5-10cm) of aged compost or commercial organic planting mix before transplanting.
  • Turn the soil to at least 12 inches (30cm) deep before planting.
  • Tomatoes require warm, sandy loam soil.
  • Tomatoes prefer a soil pH of 5.5 to 6.8.
  • Consider also:  Platinum 701 F1 Tomato Seeds
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