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For owners of summer cottages both in the south and in the middle lane and growing tomatoes in open soil there is a very good variety, it is called "Bourgeois"
This tomato variety is very resistant to temperature extremes and lack of moisture. And these are not its only advantages.
Tomato Bourgeois: variety description
|general description||Mid-season determinant variety|
|Ripening period||100-110 days|
|Average weight of tomatoes||200-400 grams|
|Variety yield||12 kgs sq.m|
|Growing features||Standard agricultural technology|
|Disease resistance||Resistant to major diseases|
This is a mid-season tomato variety, from the moment you planted the seedlings until the first ripe fruits appear, it takes 100-110 days. Determinant shrub, standard. The plant is medium-sized 80-120 cm, in the south it can reach 130-150.
This species is recommended for cultivation in greenhouses, film shelters and in unprotected soil.
Has very good resistance to fungal diseases and harmful insects.
Ripe bourgeois tomatoes are red. The average fruit weight is about 200 grams. The very first ones can reach 350-400. They are round in shape, the flesh is dense fleshy. The number of chambers is 4-6, but it can be more, the dry matter content is 5-6%. The harvested tomatoes are very well stored and can be transported very well.
You can compare the weight of the variety with others in the table:
|Variety name||Fruit weight|
|Garden pearl||15-20 grams|
|Domes of Siberia||200-250 grams|
|Blagovest f1||110-150 grams|
|Octopus f1||150 grams|
The Bourgeois variety was bred in Ukraine by specialists from Odessa in 2002. In 2003 it was certified on the territory of the Russian Federation, and in 2004 it received state registration as a variety recommended for greenhouses and open ground.
Since then, it has been popular with amateur gardeners and farmers who grow tomatoes in large quantities for processing and for sale. In the open field, tomato Bourgeois f1 grows very well both in the southern regions and in the middle lane. In more northern parts of the country, it is grown under film or in greenhouses. This does not affect the yield or disease incidence of the plant.
The fruits of this type of tomato are not very large and therefore very well suited for canning and barrel pickling. Fresh tomatoes of the Bourgeois variety are also wonderful; they will decorate any table with their taste. Thanks to the good combination of acids and sugars, these tomatoes produce a very tasty and healthy juice.
With proper care, about 3 kg of fruit can be obtained from one bush. The recommended planting density is 3-4 bushes per sq. m. It comes out up to 12 kg. This is not the best indicator among tomatoes, especially for medium-sized varieties.
|Bourgeois||12 kg per square meter|
|Long Keeper||4-6 kg per square meter|
|American ribbed||5.5 from a bush|
|De Barao Giant||20-22 kg per bush|
|King of the market||10-12 kg per square meter|
|Kostroma||4.5-5 kg per bush|
|Summer resident||4 kg per bush|
|Honey Heart||8.5 kg per square meter|
|Banana Red||3 kg per bush|
|Golden Jubilee||15-20 kg per square meter|
|Diva||8 kg per bush|
The photo shows tomatoes of the "Bourgeois" variety
Advantages and disadvantages
Among the main positive properties of the "Bourgeois" variety, amateurs and professionals note:
- resistance to temperature extremes;
- tolerance for lack of moisture;
- high immunity;
- versatility of the use of fruits.
Among the shortcomings, one can note the low yield and fragility of the branches, this often causes difficulties for beginners. The peculiarities of the "Bourgeois" species undoubtedly include the high keeping quality of the fruits. Also among the features, it is necessary to note resistance to diseases and pests.
The trunk of the bush must be tied up, and the branches must be strengthened with props, this will save them from breaking off. The plant is formed into two or three stems, usually three. During development, this type of tomato is very fond of complex feeding.... Before planting, the seedlings must be hardened for 7-10 days. Soaking in potassium permanganate is not required.
Diseases and pests
"Bourgeois" has a very high resistance to almost all typical diseases, which does not exempt gardeners from prevention. In order for the plant to be healthy and produce a harvest, it is necessary observe the regime of watering and lighting, loosen and fertilize the soil in time.
Of the pests, spider mites and slugs are most often attacked. To combat the mite, a strong soapy solution is used, which is used to wipe areas of the plant affected by the insect, washing them off and creating an environment unsuitable for their life. The plant will not be harmed by this.
In the southern regions, the most common pest of this species is the Colorado potato beetle. They use the Prestige remedy against him.
A bourgeois tomato variety is not the most troublesome, even a beginner can cope with it with certain efforts. Good luck with growing tomatoes and rich harvests.
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