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Unpretentious tomato variety "Pink Miracle F1", recommendations for care, description and photo

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Pink tomatoes are one of the most widely bought varieties. In addition to the fact that they have a gorgeous taste and are especially good raw for various salads, such tomatoes have a bright, beautiful appearance.

One of the best representatives of pink tomatoes is the Pink Miracle. This F1 hybrid has very high performance.

Read the full description of the variety further in the article. As well as characteristics, characteristics of cultivation, care and propensity to disease.

Tomato Pink Miracle F1: variety description

The Pink Miracle Tomato is an F1 hybrid that was bred by NISSA breeders. Determinate bushes with high yields.

The fruits have a bright raspberry color, dense pulp, which prevails in the fruit, a thin delicate peel and a large weight - up to 110 grams. Productivity from one bush is high, on average 4-6 large round-shaped fruits on one cluster.

Many gardeners have separately noted the taste of the Pink Miracle, this is one of the few pink sweetish varieties of tomatoes. It is not very suitable for canning as a whole, but for eating raw or cooking for salads in a jar - just right. Due to its taste and attractiveness, it is actively sold in the store and in the markets.

The main plus of the Pink Miracle is that it ripens very quickly. The entire period from germination to harvesting is no more than 86 days. The only disadvantage is that this tomato may not last very long compared to many other tomatoes.

You can compare the weight of the variety with others in the table:

Variety nameFruit weight
Pink miracle110 gram
Verlioka80-100 grams
Fatima300-400 grams
Yamal110-115 grams
Red Arrow70-130 grams
Crystal30-140 grams
Crimson ringing150 grams
Cranberries in sugar15 grams
Valentine80-90 grams
Samara85-100 grams

A photo

Next, we bring to your attention a few photos of the "Pink Miracle F1" tomato variety:

Features of care and cultivation

Can be grown both in a greenhouse and outdoors without much effort. Does not require special care... It will be enough to weed the bush several times and apply mineral fertilizers. There must be timely watering, after which it is necessary to loosen the ground.

The bush is quite powerful, it can reach up to 115 cm in height, spreading, so it is worth choosing such a distance between crops so that they do not interfere with each other.

The yield of the variety can be seen and compared with others in the table below:

Variety nameYield
Pink miracle2 kg per bush
American ribbed5.5 kg per plant
Sweet bunch2.5-3.5 kg per bush
Buyan9 kg per bush
Doll8-9 kg per square meter
Andromeda12-55 kg per square meter
Lady Shedi7.5 kg per square meter
Banana red3 kg per bush
Golden jubilee15-20 kg per square meter
Rose of Wind7 kg per square meter

Diseases and pests

This variety of hybrid tomatoes is disease resistant. Breeders tried to give him immunity to diseases such as tobacco mosaic virus, Alternaria, and late blight, which is fatal to all plants of the Solanaceae family.

It is worth noting that hybrids are generally much more stable than ordinary varieties, because they contain all the best qualities of their parents.

But from such an enemy as the Colorado potato beetle, seedlings can only be saved by the owner himself, having noticed and destroyed the pest in time, until he multiplied and spoiled a large amount of healthy seedlings.

In the table below you will find useful links about tomato varieties with different ripening times:

Mid lateMid-earlySuper early
Volgogradskiy 5 95Pink Bush F1Labrador
Krasnobay F1FlamingoLeopold
Honey fireworksThe mystery of natureShchelkovsky early
De Barao RedNew KonigsbergPresident 2
De Barao OrangeKing of the GiantsLiana pink
De Barao BlackOpenworkLocomotive
Market miracleChio chio sanSanka


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