Characteristics of the tomato variety Thais

Tomato Thais is easy to care for, excellent taste, long shelf life. That is why Thais tomatoes fell in love with Russian gardeners.

Characteristics of the tomato variety Thais

Grade characteristics

The plant is determinant, its height does not exceed 1 m. Thais tomatoes can be grown in open ground, suitable for cultivation in film greenhouses.

The variety is precocious. From the first seedlings to active fruiting takes from 110 to 120 days.

According to the description, the Thais variety:

  • resistant to changes in temperature or climatic conditions;
  • suitable for transportation (in the process, the fruits do not deteriorate, but retain their presentation);
  • not susceptible to pests;
  • tolerates waterlogging or overdrying of the soil, etc.

Landing is carried out at the end of May. The best way is seedlings. Seedlings are planted on the 20th of March.

Productivity is high. With 1 sq. m collect about 7-8 kg of tomatoes. The distance between 2 bushes is 30-35 cm. This is necessary for the normal development of the plant. Accordingly, per 1 square. m should not be placed more than 4 bushes.

The plant is self-pollinating, but if necessary, pollination with other varieties of tomatoes can be carried out.

Bush description

The bush is low, but very leafy. The leaves are bright green, medium in size. They have a small bend, the edges are practically not wavy. The stem and root system are powerful, but when transplanting seedlings to a permanent place, it is better to use a trellis.

About 7-8 fruits with a total weight of up to 1 kg are formed in one brush. The inflorescence is simple.

Fruit Description

Tomatoes have a rich red tint. The maximum weight is 120 g, but most often it does not exceed 100 g. The peel is thin, but allows you to keep the fruits for a long time. Thanks to this, Thais tomatoes can be used for conservation.

Description of the fruit:

  • round shape;
  • weak ribbing;
  • small-chamber;
  • smooth surface;
  • homogeneous and dense pulp;
  • small amount of seeds.

In addition to preservation, the fruits of Thais tomatoes are recommended to be consumed fresh. They can be added to cold, light salads, used in vegetable slices.

Tomatoes are suitable for stewing (especially stews) or cooking vegetable skewers. Fruits are not recommended for tomato paste, but for homemade sauces this is a pretty good option.


It is important to prevent waterlogging of the soil

Traditional care. Initially, the soil is prepared: weeding is carried out, fertilizers are applied (but only in moistened soil). If until this moment other plants were grown in the ground, it is carefully processed.

The care includes a number of procedures:

  • Watering. It is carried out as necessary. To do this, check the condition of the soil: it is better not to allow overmoistening. The average frequency of watering is once a week. If tomatoes are grown in the open field, in the rainy season, watering is completely stopped. During severe droughts, their number is increased to 2-3 times a week. For irrigation use only warm, standing water.
  • Loosening the soil. The purpose of the procedure is to enrich the soil with oxygen and stimulate the growth of the bush. It is carried out after the appearance of a thick crust on the surface of the earth. Most often this happens after heavy rains.
  • Tying up. Although the bushes are low, it is better to tie them to a wooden or iron support. This will allow the seedlings to take root well. Stakes are hammered at a distance of 10-15 cm from the stem to a depth of about 35 cm.
  • Top dressing. Usually, feeding is carried out three times per season, but sometimes it is necessary to do them every 2 weeks. As a fertilizer, the soil is fed with a complex mixture of organic and mineral substances. The main thing is that the nitrogen concentration is low. Most often, ammonium nitrate, mullein, superphosphate, bird droppings, potassium chloride are used. When the tomatoes bloom, be sure to introduce root top dressing from boron solution.

It is important to remove weeds on time: they negatively affect the growth of the plant and stop it. It is also important to timely harvest. During the ripening period, you need to inspect the bushes daily and immediately collect ripe vegetables.

Diseases and Pests

Thais tomatoes are resistant to external influences, but diseases can occur due to improper care. The most common disease of the variety is late blight. Its main manifestation is the darkening of some areas on the fruits. If the disease is not eliminated, all the fruits will rot. If late blight has already hit the plant, you can use Acrobat or Healer.

Too high temperature and humidity in the greenhouse lead to the appearance of alternariosis. These are single black spots on the entire surface of the fruit. Ridomil Gold will help eliminate the disease.

If the soil has been waterlogged several times, gray rot may appear. Outwardly, it looks like a certain fluff and a coating of gray. Bayleton helps get rid of her.


Thais tomatoes - juicy and large tomatoes, suitable for preparing any dishes. Plant care is simple and consists of watering, fertilizing, loosening the soil, tying up bushes. The plant can be affected by late blight, alternariosis, gray rot.


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