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Meat Tomato Giant Tomato Pineapple [Solanum lycopersicum]

Meat Tomato Giant Tomato Pineapple [Solanum lycopersicum]

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The giant tomato 'Ananas' is a late-ripening perennial old American meat tomato variety that was brought to Europe around 1950. The large and robust bar tomato variety produces fruits weighing well over 500g with a yellowish-orange flesh. The unique taste of this high-yielding tomato is sweet, juicy, fruity and somewhat reminiscent of melon, with a pineapple aroma. With very low acidity and few seeds, the pineapple tomato is an excellent variety for salad or for direct consumption. Supporting and hanging the plants is recommended by us due to the size.

General information
Plant family: Solanaceae
Life Cycle: Perennial
Days to harvest: 150 days
Plant height approx.: 600 cm
Root Type: Deep and shallow roots
Nutrient requirements: Strong Eaters
Water Requirements: High
Winter hardiness: Up to 3 °C
Location: Sunny
Floor: Permeable, moist, slightly loamy, humus

PH: 6 to 7

Sowing and planting information
Germ Type: Dark germ
Seed Depth: 1 cm
Optimal germination temperature: 22-28 °C
Germination time: 5-10 days
Planting, row spacing: 50x70 cm

Optimal mixed culture: Basil, nasturtium, garlic, onion, cabbage, New Zealand spinach, spinach, parsley, radish, celery, radish, marigold, lettuce
Unfavorable mixed culture: Peppers, Eggplant, Physalis, Potato

Subtropic climate (Mediterranean) (e. g. B. Portugal, Spain, Italy)
From February after the last frosts, sow directly into the open air. We recommend pre-cultivation in small bowls from January to April.

Moderate climate (e. g. B. Germany, Switzerland, Poland)
Sow into the frost-free open air in mid-May immediately after the ice saints. We recommend pre-cultivation in small bowls from March to May. The seedlings are separated into the bed from the 3rd Pair of leaves after the cotyledders.

General
The best time to germinate tomatoes is the first warm summer week in spring. After the seeds have germinated at warm temperatures, the seedlings need cool temperatures. We always recommend the pre-culture, for this purpose let the seedlings grow in a small bowl up to the first tomato leaves, then pik into the desired container. After peckering, let the seedlings grow at moderate temperatures until they are planted out as seedlings.
Tomatoes Prefer a sunny Location with a permeable, always moist, nutrient-rich-humus and slightly loamy soil. Prepare the soil for tomatoes with deposited animal manure. Avoid waterlogging.

Additional tips
Giant tomato plants are generally cultivated with a shoot. We recommend a framework for tying the tomato shoots. In order to stimulate the root growth and thus the plant growth of the plants, put the seedlings deeper into the soil, up to the leaf axis of the cotyledons. Sufficient and uniform irrigation has a positive effect on the quality of the fruit. At temperatures below 5 °C, the plant reduces its growth. A regular harvest promotes yield. In order to quickly obtain a fine, crumbly and well-drained soil, an additional incorporation of biochar and primeval rock flour is recommended.

Type of propagation
Spread occurs via seeds. Propagation via cuttings is possible.

Care Plants
The bed in which tomatoes grow should never dry out completely, regular watering is necessary to keep the growth of the plants stable. M It animal manure prepared beds and planting in mixed culture, replaces additional fertilization.

Germination ability of seeds: 8-9 years

Other Names
Botanical names: Solanum lycopersicum
English Names: Tomato
German names: Tomato
Portuguese names: Tomato
Spanish Names: Tomato
French names: Tomato

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  • All seeds and seedlings are genetically stable for further propagation
  • Our seeds are always checked for germination at regular intervals
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