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High-yielding tomato "Red Red F1": variety description, characteristics and photos

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Gardeners with greenhouses or greenhouses should try to plant the Red Red F1 tomato variety. This high-yielding hybrid ripens early, yields a bountiful harvest, and is practically not sick. Such qualities of it certainly attract many who want to grow tomatoes on their own on their own.

Further in the article you will find a complete description of the variety, its main characteristics, features of cultivation and care. We will also tell you about the origin of the variety, its purpose, tendency to certain diseases.

Tomato "Red Red F1": variety description

Variety nameRed red F1
general descriptionMid-season, indeterminate tomato variety
OriginatorRussia
Ripening period110-115 days
The formFruits are flat-rounded, with pronounced ribbing at the stalk.
ColorRed
Average weight of tomatoes200 grams
ApplicationRefers to the salad type
Variety yield8 kg from 1 bush
Growing featuresTying, shaping and pinching required
Disease resistanceHas good disease resistance

Tomato variety "Red Red F1" refers to early maturing, high-yielding hybrids of the first generation. The bush is indeterminate, spreading, with abundant formation of green mass, in need of shaping and tying up. The height of an adult plant reaches 2 m, in the open field the bushes are more compact.

The green mass is abundant, the leaves are medium-sized, dark green. Fruits ripen in clusters of 5-7 pieces. The yield is good, up to 8 kg of selected tomatoes can be harvested from the bush... Tomatoes "Red Red F1" are large, weighing 200 g. Tomatoes are larger on the lower branches, they can reach 300 g. The shape is flat-rounded, with a pronounced ribbing at the stalk.

When ripe, the color changes from light green to deep red. The skin is thin and protects the fruit well from cracking. The pulp is moderately juicy, fleshy, friable, sugary at the break, low-seeded. The taste is rich, sweet with a slight sourness. The fruits have a high content of sugars and useful microelements.

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

Variety nameFruit weight (grams)
Red red200
Altaic250-500
Russian size650-2000
Andromeda70-300
Grandma's gift180-220
Gulliver200-800
American ribbed300-600
Nastenka150-200
Yusupovsky500-600
Dubrava60-105
Grapefruit600-1000
Golden jubilee150-200

Origin and application

The tomato variety Red Red was bred by Russian breeders and is intended for cultivation in different regions, except for the northern ones. Indoor ground is preferable: glazed greenhouses or film greenhouses. In areas with a warm climate, planting in open beds is possible. The harvested fruits are well stored, transportation is possible. Picked green tomatoes "Red Red F1" ripen quickly at room temperature.

Fruits belong to salad, they can be eaten fresh, used for making appetizers, salads, side dishes, soups, mashed potatoes. Smooth beautiful fruits are stuffed, used to decorate dishes. Ripe tomatoes make a delicious sweet juice rich in amino acids.

A photo

You can visually familiarize yourself with the Red Red F1 tomato variety in the photo below:

Advantages and disadvantages

Among the main advantages of the variety:

  • good productivity;
  • tasty fruits suitable for salads and canning;
  • high content of sugars and vitamins in ripe tomatoes;
  • the possibility of long-term storage;
  • resistance to cold and drought;
  • little susceptible to major diseases of tomatoes in the greenhouse.

Among the features, it is worth noting the need for the correct formation of a bush, tying and removing stepsons. Tomato variety "Red Red F1" is sensitive to fertilizing, with a lack of nutrients, the yield is greatly reduced. Another drawback common to all hybrids is the inability to collect seed from ripe tomatoes.

You can compare the yield of the variety using the data below:

Variety nameYield
Red red8 kg per bush
Lazy15 kg per square meter
Rocket6.5 kg per square meter
Summer resident4 kg per bush
Premier6-9 kg per square meter
Doll8-9 kg per square meter
Stolypin8-9 kg per square meter
Broody10-11 kg per square meter
Black bunch6 kg per bush
Fat jack5-6 kg per bush
Buyan9 kg per bush

Growing features

Growing tomato "Red Red F1" is a laborious process. It is propagated by seedlings. The best germination is given by seeds harvested 2-3 years ago. Before sowing, it is recommended to treat them with a growth stimulant.... Disinfection is not required, the sowing material undergoes mandatory disinfection before being sold. For seedlings, you need a light nutritious soil. A mixture of turf and humus or garden soil with peat is recommended.

For greater airiness, a small part of the washed river sand is introduced into the substrate. Wood ash, potash fertilizer or superphosphate can increase the nutritional value. Seeds are sown with a depth of 2 cm, abundantly sprayed with water and covered with foil. For pecking, a stable temperature of at least 25 degrees is needed.

After the sprouts appear, the seedlings are exposed to the light. On cloudy days, it is supplemented with powerful fluorescent lamps. When young tomatoes throw out the first pair of true leaves, they are dived in separate pots and fed with liquid complex fertilizer. The second feeding is carried out 2 weeks later, before planting in the beds.

From mid-May, the seedlings begin to harden, taking them out into the open air. The first walks last no more than an hour, after a week the tomato "Red Red F1" is left on the veranda or balcony not all day. Transplanting tomatoes into a greenhouse or soil occurs closer to the beginning of June.

The earth is carefully loosened, wood ash or superphosphate is laid out on the holes. For 1 sq. m, you can place no more than 3 bushes, thickening of the plantings leads to a decrease in yield. A space of 100 cm is left between the rows.

After transplanting, tomatoes begin to grow. Before flowering, the bushes can be fed with nitrogen-containing fertilizers, which allow them to quickly build up green mass. After all the tomatoes bloom, you need to switch to complexes containing phosphorus and potassium, which contribute to the formation of fruits.

Poor soils do not allow the formed ovaries to develop, the fruits are small. Organic feeding with diluted mullein or bird droppings is also possible. However, they should not be abused, an excess of organic matter contributes to the accumulation of nitrates in fruits.

You need to water the tomatoes moderately, as the topsoil dries up. In greenhouses and hotbeds, drip irrigation is very convenient. In between, the soil is loosened, providing air access to the roots.

Weed weeding is mandatory... To maintain a normal moisture level, the soil can be mulched with peat, humus or straw. Growing tomatoes need to be formed in a timely manner. Growing in 1 stem is preferred. For better sun exposure, it is recommended to remove the lower leaves, and also to cut lateral shoots in a timely manner. Brushes also need shaping.

To improve the development of ovaries, experienced gardeners pinch off deformed or weak flowers on the lower brushes. Tall plants are attached to trellises; as the fruits ripen, heavy branches must be tied to the supports.

Pests and diseases

Tomato variety "Red Red F1" is quite disease-resistant. He slightly susceptible to leaf spot, gray and apical rot, fusarium, verticillosis... However, for greater safety, it is recommended to carry out a number of preventive measures. It is preferable to transplant tomatoes to the soil, which was occupied by legumes, cabbage, carrots or herbs.

In the greenhouse, the topsoil is replaced annually, and before planting it is spilled with an aqueous solution of potassium permanganate or copper sulfate. Plants are regularly sprayed with phytosporin or another non-toxic bio-preparation. An early ripe variety usually bears fruit before late blight outbreaks. But if the disease still affected the planting, it is recommended to treat the bushes with medicinal preparations, be sure to destroy the affected fruits or leaves.

Tomatoes can be threatened by slugs, Colorado beetles, thrips, whitefly or aphids. To reduce the number of pests, you need to weed the beds in a timely manner and mulch the soil. Large larvae are collected by hand, an aqueous solution of ammonia is excellent for slugs.

The easiest way to remove aphids is with warm soapy water, which is used to wash the stems and leaves. A pale pink solution of potassium permanganate also copes well with pests. Insecticides help against flying insects... The treatment is carried out 2 or 3 times with an interval of several days. Potent toxic drugs can be used before flowering begins. Then they are replaced with natural ones: a decoction of celandine, onion husks or chamomile.

Red Red F1 is a hybrid that makes it possible to pick tomatoes at the end of June. Plants are planted in a greenhouse or on open beds; with proper care, the crop will not disappoint even experienced gardeners.

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