Early ripe and transportable tomato "Premium F1": description of the tomato variety

Early ripe and transportable tomato

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Many gardeners prefer to plant hybrid tomatoes on their site. They are more resistant to diseases, tolerate adverse weather conditions well. One such tomato is the recently developed and little-known Premium F1 tomato.

Read on to learn a little more about Premium Tomatoes. In it you can find a description of the variety, get acquainted with its characteristics and cultivation features. You will also learn about the peculiarities of cultivation and the subtleties of care, about diseases and pests.

Tomato "Premium F1": variety description

Variety namePremium
general descriptionEarly maturing, determinant, undersized hybrid
Ripening period85-95 days
The formRounded fruits with a small spout
Average weight of tomatoes110-130 grams
Variety yield4-5 kg ​​per bush
Growing featuresOnly grown through seedlings
Disease resistanceWe need prevention of late blight

This is a low-growing early ripe hybrid, from the first germination to harvest it takes only 85-95 days. The plant is determinate, not standard, about 70 cm high. Like any hybrid, "Premium F1" grows well in the open field, but can also be grown in film greenhouses, greenhouses.

The first flower raceme begins to form above 5-6 leaves, and the next ones - after 1-2 leaves. The inflorescence is simple, the leaves are medium in size, dark green. Tomato is not picky about growing conditions, but grows better on light loam and sandy loam.

It is resistant to temperature extremes, bacteriosis, pillar, tobacco mosaic, alternaria... With high humidity of air and soil, it can be exposed to late blight. It is better to grow in 2 stems; when grown in a greenhouse, moderate pinching is required.

Medium-sized premium tomatoes, rich red color, rounded, with a small "nose" on top. The number of chambers is 3-4, the dry matter content is about 4-5%. The skin is thick and firm. Fleshy fruits, not very juicy, with dense pulp, weighing 110-130 grams. Well transported and stored for a long time in the basement or cellar, at t up to + 6C... The taste is good, harmonious.

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

Variety nameFruit weight
Premier120-180 grams
King of the market300 grams
Polbig100-130 grams
Stolypin90-120 grams
Black bunch50-70 grams
Sweet bunch15-20 grams
Kostroma85-145 grams
Buyan100-180 grams
F1 President250-300


The "Premium F1" was brought out relatively recently, by the Moscow agrofirm "Poisk". Included in the State Register of the Russian Federation in 2010 for growing in open ground and unheated greenhouses.

Due to its resistance to temperature extremes, it can be grown in many regions of the Russian Federation, Ukraine, Moldova and Belarus. In the southern regions it grows well in open ground, and in more severe conditions, it can only be grown in greenhouses, greenhouses.

IMPORTANT: When grown outdoors, the plant does not need to be pinned.

Tomatoes for universal use... Well suited both for fresh salad use and for preservation, pickling, pickling. Tomato juices, pastes, sauces are prepared from them. "Premium F1" has a good yield, up to 4-5 kg ​​per bush. Fruiting is amicable. The fruits are very beautiful, uniform in size, ripen right on the bush.

Variety nameYield
Premium4-5 kg ​​per bush
Russian size7-8 kg per square meter
King of Kings5 kg per bush
Long Keeper4-6 kg per bush
Grandma's giftup to 6 kg per square meter
Podsinsky miracle5-6 kg per square meter
Brown sugar6-7 kg per square meter
American ribbed5.5 kg per bush
Rocket6.5 kg per square meter
De Barao the giant20-22 kg per bush

Advantages and disadvantages

The undoubted advantages of the hybrid include:

  • beautiful even tomatoes;
  • pleasant harmonious taste;
  • long shelf life;
  • good transportability;
  • high productivity;
  • early maturity;
  • universality of use;
  • resistance to many diseases.

Of the minuses, it is noted:

  • tendency to late blight;
  • requires a garter;
  • may be attacked by some pests (aphids, spider mites).

Growing features

It is imperative to follow the 70 * 50 landing pattern. Only grown in seedlings... Seeds begin to be sown for seedlings in mid-March, and placed in the ground in mid-May.

Due to the tendency to late blight, the bush must be tied to a support. You can pinch in the greenhouse once. It is better to remove stepchildren until they reach 3-4 cm. For "Premium F1" cultivation in 2 stems is suitable. At the same time, the main shoot and the lowest stepchild are preserved, below the first inflorescence.

Top dressing should be carried out as standard: at least 4 times during the growing season. Complex mineral fertilizers are used. The variety is picky about lighting, does not like waterlogging.

Diseases and pests

With high humidity, tomatoes can suffer from late blight.... To avoid the disease, it is necessary to carry out preventive treatment with Profit Gold or Barrier. As a prophylaxis against ticks or aphids, a single treatment, at the beginning of the growing season, with insecticides Bison, Tanrek, Confidor, helps well.

"Premium F1" is a rather unpretentious variety. It does not require constant attention, grows well on any soil, does not suffer from most diseases, and is fruitful. Well suited for beginner gardeners.

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

Super earlyEarly ripeMedium early
Big MamaSamaraTorbay
Ultra-early f1Early loveGolden king
RiddleApples in the snowKing London
White fillingVisibly invisiblePink Bush
AlenkaEarthly loveFlamingo
F1 Moscow starsMy love f1The mystery of nature
DebutCrimson giantNew Konigsberg

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