The emperor of the garden - tomato variety "Peter the First" f1: description, photo and cultivation features

Sweet tomatoes, suitable for pickling and salads, ripening in the first half of summer, are considered the most popular among summer residents. “Peter 1 is a tomato that meets all these needs.

In addition, it has several characteristics for which it is valued more than other hybrids and varieties. It is about them that we will tell you in this article.

You will also find here a description of the variety, get acquainted with its characteristics, learn about the intricacies of cultivation and propensity to disease.

Tomato Peter the First: variety description

Variety namePeter the First
general descriptionMid-season determinant hybrid
Ripening period110-115 days
The formRounded, slightly flattened
Average weight of tomatoes230-250 grams
ApplicationGood fresh and prepared
Variety yield3.5-4.5 kg per bush
Growing featuresStepson and garter are not needed for this tomato.
Disease resistanceResistant to most diseases

The variety was created by breeders of the Russian company "SeDec", registered in the state register in 2008. Designed for growing in the middle lane and the Moscow region, bears fruit well in more southern regions.

Tomato "Peter the First" f1 (f1), refers to determinant and grows in height by 50-75 cm... Read about indeterminate varieties here. The bush is compact, medium leafy, with an average ripening period (up to 115 days from the date of sowing). Forms a noticeable stem, does not need pinching. The variety is resistant to most tomato infections, grown in film greenhouses without heating.

Tomatoes have a rounded, slightly flattened shape, painted in bright red. The flesh on the break is starchy, moderately firm. There are no more than 6 seed chambers in each tomato. The average fruit weight is 230-250 g.

Variety nameFruit weight
Peter the First230-250 grams
White filling 241100g
Ultra-ripe F1100g
Striped chocolate500-1000 grams
Banana Orange100g
King of Siberia400-700 grams
Pink honey600-800 grams
Pound rosemary400-500 grams
Honey-sugar80-120 grams
Demidov80-120 grams
Dimensionlessup to 1000 grams

Average yield from 3.5 to 4.5 kg per bush... Tomatoes are well stored and transported.

Variety nameYield
Peter the First3.5-4.5 kg per bush
Boney M14-16 kg per square meter
Aurora F113-16 kg per square meter
Leopold3-4 kg per bush
Sanka15 kg per square meter
Argonaut F14.5 kg per bush
Kibitz3.5 kg per bush
Heavyweight of Siberia11-12 kg per square meter
Honey cream4 kg per square meter
Ob domes4-6 kg per bush
Marina Grove15-17 kg per square meter

A photo

Tomato "Peter 1" see photo below:


Advantages - high yield, resistance to fungal and viral infections. There are no disadvantages. Despite the relatively small size of the bushes, it is not recommended to place more than 3 plants per square meter. Tomato "Peter 1" for universal use - good fresh and prepared.

Growing features

Tomato "Peter 1" is recommended to grow through seedlings with sowing seeds 55-60 days before planting in the ground. For excellent fruiting it is recommended to feed once a week organic plants with the addition of mineral fertilizers. This tomato does not need stewing and garter.

  • Organic, phosphoric, mineral, complex, ready-made, TOP of the best.
  • Yeast, iodine, ash, hydrogen peroxide, ammonia, boric acid.
  • Foliar, for seedlings, when picking.

Diseases and pests

Tomato is practically not affected by diseases, including verticillus and late blight. Of the pests, only aphids and ticks can threaten it (in case of violation of agricultural technology).

You can get rid of them by fumigating the greenhouse with colloidal sulfur and treating plants with complex insecticides.

The Peter the First tomato captivates with the beauty of its fruits and their excellent taste. It can be grown even in the northern regions of Russia. The variety is not demanding in terms of care, so it is suitable for summer residents who cannot devote much time to their plantings.

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