Description of tomato Orange Heart

People who are allergic to red vegetables should pay attention to yellow tomatoes. High-yielding tomato Orange Heart occupies a special place among them.

Description of tomato Orange Heart

General characteristics of the variety

This variety of tomatoes was bred by Russian breeders; it is grown in all parts of the country both in the open air and in the greenhouse.

Plant description

According to the characteristics of the tomato Orange Heart, it has an average ripening period. The bush belongs to indeterminate plants and has a large number of leaves. The height of the bush is up to 2 m. The foliage of a tomato is medium in size, dark green.

Description of the fetus

The weight of the tomato fruits of the described variety does not exceed the mark of 200-300 g. Their shape resembles a heart, which proves the sharpening at the end. The ripened fruits have a bright orange color, fleshy, with a small amount of seeds. Sweet taste, delicate aroma.

Advantages and disadvantages

According to the description, the variety of these tomatoes has a number of advantages:

  • sweet aftertaste;
  • a large amount of sugar and vitamins;
  • high productivity: from 1 sq. m you can collect 5-7 kg;
  • good transportability;
  • disease resistance;
  • simplicity in leaving.

Among the shortcomings, the following characteristics are distinguished: the spreading of the bush and the difficulty of feeding.

Rules for growing seedlings

For planting seedlings, you should choose the right site

Seeds are best planted in February. The soil before this is treated with special chemicals that accelerate the growth and germination of tomato. At home, you can create high-quality fertilizer by mixing equal amounts of ordinary soil and humus in equal amounts.

Seeds are planted in containers to a depth of about 2 cm. When the first shoots appear, the containers should be placed in a place where a large amount of sunlight is exposed. Watering is carried out using a conventional watering can.

When grown in a greenhouse, seedlings are planted at the end of May. In open ground - in mid-June. After planting, the seedlings are covered with a film. At 5 square meters. m plant 15 bushes.

For transplantation into the open ground, select areas where spices, legumes or root crops used to grow. This allows several times to increase productivity. You can’t plant in a place where eggplants or other varieties of tomatoes used to grow.

Care Rules

Before placing in the hole in the seedlings add humus. Next - they plant a plant, ram the ground and watered with a small amount of water at room temperature.

After planting, this variety can be fed only 2 times.

After the bush grows, remove all the stepsons located in the lower or lateral part of the bush. If all the manipulations are carried out correctly, the fruits will acquire a larger size.

Pest and Disease Control

To prevent rot, they often ventilate the greenhouse or open the film, loosen the ground and weed out.

To prevent the appearance of insects on the tops, use special insecticides. As a home method - celandine juice. To combat slugs, ammonia is used. Aphids are removed using water with the addition of laundry soap.


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