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Advantages and disadvantages of the Pink Flamingo tomato variety: description, photos, characteristics and cultivation features

Advantages and disadvantages of the Pink Flamingo tomato variety: description, photos, characteristics and cultivation features


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What is interesting about the Pink Flamingo tomato variety and why is it considered prestigious to have it in your garden?

Firstly, these tomatoes are very beautiful and can become a real decoration of your plot. Secondly, they are tasty and healthy.

Growing this variety is not so easy, but having an idea of ​​its features, you can cope with it.

And in this article we will tell you in detail about what the Pink Flamingo variety is, what its characteristics are, what diseases it is prone to and what subtleties of agricultural technology should be taken into account.

Tomatoes Pink Flamingo: variety description

Variety namePink flamingo
general descriptionMid-season indeterminate variety
OriginatorRussia
Ripening period110-115 days
The formOval cream
ColorPink, crimson
Average weight of tomatoes150-450 grams
ApplicationTable variety
Variety yield23-35 kg per square meter
Growing featuresStandard agricultural technology
Disease resistanceResistant to most diseases

The Pink Flamingo tomato variety was included in the State Register in 2006. The originator and patentee of the Pink Flamingo tomato variety is the Poisk company.

The variety is recommended for cultivation in personal subsidiary farms of the North Caucasus region in open ground and greenhouses. According to gardeners, it brings a good harvest in the Central region of Russia, in Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus. The seeds of the Pink Flamingo tomato have passed the state certification of the purity of the variety.

The Pink Flamingo tomato is a cultivar, not a hybrid... Seeds collected from fruits from the second or third cluster at the stage of full maturity are suitable for collection and further planting.

Tomato "Pink Flamingo" characteristics and description of the variety: mid-season variety, marketable fruit ripeness occurs on 110-115 days from the day of planting. Under good weather conditions, the fruits ripen for 90-95 days. "Pink Flamingo" has a long period of fruit formation.

In temperate climates, crops are harvested before October... The bush is not limited in growth, indeterminate type, reaches up to two meters in height, forms in 1-2 stems. Read here what determinant varieties are. Requires solid support, a garter to pegs or trellises.

Leaves are medium in size, carved, green. Articulated peduncle. The inflorescence is simple. Pink or raspberry fruits in the form of an oval cream with a slight ribbing and "spout".

The color saturation depends on the growing conditions. Unripe fruits have a green color and a spot near the stalk, which disappears as it ripens. Tomatoes can sometimes be striped. Each contains 4 to 6 seed chambers, with few seeds.

Fruit weight 150-450 grams... The "first stage" of tomatoes are larger, later set somewhat smaller - up to 200 grams. There are no small tomatoes on the "Pink Flamingo". The pulp is of medium density, juicy, with a pronounced tomato aroma. The juice has a dry matter content of 5.6% to 7%, total sugar 2.6% -3.7%.

Variety nameFruit weight
Pink flamingo150-450 grams
The Bummer's Miracle60-65 grams
Sanka80-150 grams
Lyana Pink80-100 grams
Schelkovsky Early40-60 grams
Labrador80-150 grams
Severenok F1100-150 grams
Bullfinch130-150 grams
Room surprise25 grams
F1 debut180-250 grams
Alenka200-250 grams

The yield of the variety is average, according to the results of variety tests, 23.0-35.0 t / g. The share of marketable fruits is 65% - 85%.

Variety nameYield
Pink flamingo23-35 kg per square meter
Crimson ringing18 kg per square meter
Red Arrow27 kg per square meter
Valentine10-12 kg per square meter
Samara11-13 kg per square meter
Tanya4.5-5 kg ​​per bush
Favorite F119-20 kg per square meter
Demidov1.5-5 kg ​​per square meter
King of beauty5.5-7 kg per bush
Banana Orange8-9 kg per square meter
Riddle20-22 kg per bush

A photo

Tomato "Pink Flamingo" photo, see below:

Characteristics

"Pink Flamingo" is a table variety. Possesses excellent taste. Fresh fruits are used for making salads, thick sauces. Unlike many large-fruited pink varieties, it is suitable for conservation as a whole and in slices, as an ingredient in winter snacks. Tomato products, tomato juice have a delicate consistency, harmonious sweetish taste, but they are inferior to products from red tomatoes in color saturation.

The Pink Flamingo tomato variety is valued for its good ripening and fruit preservation for a long time, under the right storage conditions - up to two months. Due to the density and elasticity of fruits and skins, tomatoes retain their presentation for a long time, tolerate transportation well.

The disadvantages of the variety include a tendency to cracking, demanding temperature conditions, average drought tolerance.

Growing features

Sowing seeds for seedlings is carried out from mid-March to early April. Plants are planted in a permanent place from the second decade of May. Tomato variety "Pink Flamingo" is picky about the composition of the soil. For him, areas with a fertile layer of at least 30 centimeters with high aerobic indicators are suitable.

It is best if in the previous season legumes, carrots, onions, cabbage, cucumbers grew on this place.

Agronomists advise planting tomatoes in areas with soils enriched with green manure plants:

  • white mustard;
  • oil radish;
  • phacelia;
  • lupine;
  • vetch;
  • alfalfa.

Siderata can be sown in spring before transferring seedlings to open ground and grown together with tomatoes. Plantings should be dense. The aboveground part of the green manure is regularly mown, preventing the seeds from ripening, and then used to mulch the soil around the bushes. The crops of green manure are regularly changed, the same species has not been planted for more than two years.

During the growing season, from 3 to 5 dressings are carried out.... Two weeks after planting the plants, ammonia and phosphate fertilizers are applied to the open ground. During the season, feeding is repeated, strengthening it with complex mineral fertilizers.

"Pink Flamingo" responds well to organic feeding from an aqueous solution of bird droppings (1:10) with the addition of ammophos or superphosphate and wood ash.

As for fertilizers, on our website you will find a lot of useful information on this topic:

  1. How to use yeast, iodine, ash, hydrogen peroxide, ammonia, boric acid as top dressing?
  2. How to feed plants when picking, seedlings and what foliar feeding is.
  3. TOP of the best fertilizers and which ready-made complexes should be used?

"Pink flamingo" feels good in dense plantings, but for better illumination of ripening fruits, the bushes are planted according to the scheme 40x70 centimeters. Tomato is picky about watering regime... So that the plants do not get sick, it is necessary to water them with warm water. Watering should be done early in the morning or at sunset.

The bush is formed leaving one, rarely two main stems. Pinching, pinching are regularly carried out, and excess ovaries are removed. If you leave 5-6 brushes on one plant, the fruits will be larger and ripen earlier, in addition, new ovaries will form.

Diseases and pests

Thanks to the "wild" parents used by breeders in breeding the variety, "Pink Flamingo" is resistant to most diseases. But, it is prone to top rot. When the first signs of the disease appear: rusty spots, blackening of the base of the fruit, the plants are immediately fed with phosphorus-potassium fertilizers, sprinkled with wood ash.

It is very important to have an idea of ​​such common diseases of tomatoes as alternaria, fusarium, verticillus, late blight. Also on our website you will find information about protection against late blight and about varieties that are not susceptible to this scourge.

As for pests, the Colorado potato beetle, aphids, thrips, spider mites and slugs most often attack tomatoes.

"Pink Flamingo" for all its demanding soil, delicate irrigation and average yield loved by vegetable growers for great taste, aroma, presentation.

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