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Amazingly even-sized tomatoes "Rosalisa F1": description of the variety, recommendations for growing

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Hybrid tomato variety "Rosalisa F1". This is a new work of Dutch breeders from the Seminis company. Included in the State Register for the Russian Federation.

The hybrid is recommended for cultivation in open ground in private backyards. Due to the compactness of the bush and the uniformity of the fruits, it will be of interest to farmers.

Read more in our article. In it you will find a complete description of the variety, get acquainted with its characteristics and cultivation features.

Tomato "Rosalisa F1": variety description

A variety with medium early ripening. From planting seeds to harvesting, 113-118 days pass. The bush is of a determinant type, reaching a height of 65-75 centimeters. Quite a large number of light green leaves, medium for a tomato. Shows high resistance to tomato diseases such as verticillium wilting, fusarium, viral curl. Very high resistance to nematode lesions.

Advantages:

  • compactness of bushes;
  • even fruit size;
  • disease resistance;
  • good performance during long-term storage.

According to numerous reviews received from gardeners who grew the Rosalisa F1 hybrid, no significant shortcomings were identified.

Characteristics

  • fruit shape: round tomato, slightly flattened, medium ribbing;
  • average yield: about 17.5 kilograms when planting no more than 6 bushes per square meter;
  • well-defined bright pink color;
  • average weight 180-220 grams;
  • universal application, great taste in salads, does not crack during prolonged storage;
  • excellent presentation, high safety during transportation.

You can compare the weight of the fruits and the yield of the variety with other varieties in the table below:

Variety nameFruit weight (grams)
Rosalisa F1180-220
Fatima300-400
Caspar80-120
The Golden Fleece85-100
Diva120
Irina120
Batianya250-400
Dubrava60-105
Nastenka150-200
Mazarin300-600
Pink Lady230-280
Variety nameYield
Rosalisa17.5 kg per square meter
Visibly invisible12-15 kg per square meter
Apples in the snow2.5 kg per bush
Early love2 kg per bush
Samaraup to 6 kg per square meter
Podsinsky miracle11-13 kg per square meter
Baron6-8 kg per bush
Apple tree of Russia3-5 kg ​​per bush
Cranberries in sugar2.6-2.8 kg per square meter
Valentine10-12 kg per bush

A photo

The appearance of the tomato "Rosalisa F1" can be seen in more detail in the photo:

Growing features

Plant seeds for seedlings 55-65 days before the planned date of planting on the ridges. The soil is best prepared in the fall by feeding by adding dry roots and stems of lupine. A good result will be given by the introduction of humus. The best predecessors for tomatoes on the ridges dill, eggplant, carrots.

Sprinkle the planted seeds with water at room temperature. When the first true leaf appears, a pick with fertilizing with mineral fertilizers is necessary. When planting on ridges, fertilizing with complex fertilizer. During the period of growth and formation of fruits, carry out two more dressings. Watering with warm water under the root of the plant, avoiding erosion of the hole and water getting on the leaves of the plant.

Hybrid "Rosaliza F1" will delight you not only with a good harvest of high quality tomatoes. It will remind you of warm summer days in winter when you open a jar of salted tomatoes that are surprisingly even in size and great taste.

In the table below you will find links to other varieties of tomatoes presented on our website and having different ripening periods:

Early ripeMid lateMedium early
Raspberry ViscountYellow bananaPink Bush F1
The Tsar BellTitaniumFlamingo
KateF1 slotOpenwork
ValentineHoney fireworksChio Chio San
Cranberries in sugarMarket miracleSupermodel
Fatimagold fishBudenovka
VerliokaDe Barao blackMajor F1


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