Tomato

Selection of valuable varieties

GREENHOUSΕ TOMATO - INDERMEDIATE

HYBRID CHARACTERISTICS PLANT/FRUIT
F1 FLOGA Suitable for late Summer planting and early Spring. Compact planthabit.
Strong, healthy foliage.
Plants reach hight of 2m and produce 7 clusters.
Excellent beef tomato producing fruits with an average weight of 250gr perfect round fruits.
Floga is resistant to TYCL, V, F1, F2 and tolerant to nematodes.
GREENHOUSE TOMATOES - USEFUL INFORMATION
Number of seeds per g 250-350 sds
Sowing depth 0,5-1 cm
Optimum germ. Temperature 25˚C (min. 8˚C)
Seeds per 1.000 m2 10-15 g or 3.000 sds
Planting distance 80/ 120 cm x 30-45 cm
Plants per 1.000 m2 2.800-3.000 plants
Optimum conductivity in soil 1- 1,5 mS
Advice Measure soil conductivity weekly.
Optimum pH in soil pH 5,8-6,8
Fruitsetting Best results with the use of vibrators or bumble bees.
Advice Consult our crop specialists for more crop information and fertigation recommendations.
OPEN FIELD TOMATO – DETERMINATE TYPE
HortiLand's open field tomatoes are all BEEF TOMATOES
HYBRID CHARACTERISTICS PLANT/FRUIT
F1 PRAKTOR Semi determinate tomato for early production. Grown with or without support. Strong plant with good fruitcover. Excellent long shelf life fruits 90% AAA quality. Weight 220–250 g. TmVF and N tolerant due to its strong root system.
OPEN FIELD TOMATO - USEFUL INFORMATION
Number of seeds per g 250-350 sds
Sowing depth 0,5-1 cm
Optimum germ. Temperature 25˚C (min. 8˚C)
Seeds per 1.000 m2 12-16 g or 3.000 sds
Planting distance 80/ 120 cm x 45 cm
Plants per 1.000 m2 1.000-1.300 plants
Optimum conductivity in soil 1-1,5 mS. Measure soil conductivity weekly.
Optimum pH in soil pH 5,8-6,8
Advice Consult our crop specialists for more crop information and fertigation recommendations.
INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO PLANT OPEN FIELD TOMATOES
The system described hereafter ensures
  • OPTIMAL AERATION
  • LESS FUNGAL DISEASES
  • BETTER FRUIT SETTING
  • EASY PICKING
  • EFFECTIVE DISEASE CONTROL

Place preferably wooden sticks with a diameter of approx. 10 cm in a row at intervals of 3 M.
Use sticks of 1,5 M length and put them 30 cm deep in the soil.
Distance between the rows 1,5 – 2 M.
This distance or width between the rows is depending on the use and the size of a tractor/mini-tractor for spraying or harvesting.
Place strong counter wires for counterweight at the beginning and end of every row.
Pass and fix iron wires on both sides of the wooden pales at a height of 30, 70 and 110 cm.
Use strong wires and take care to fix the wires very well to the wooden pales.
The weight in tomatoes they have to carry during harvest is high.
Put drip irrigation tubes right under the iron wires.
The drip irrigation tubes used usually have a drip distance of 50 cm.
Plant the tomatoes and guide them in-between the iron wires.