A frequent visitor to summer cottages is the Pink Samson F1 tomato. The unpretentiousness of the plant gently contrasts with the delicate shade of ripe tomatoes, the unbridled extravaganza of taste hidden under the thin shell of the berry.
Juicy tomatoes Pink Samson F1 ripen on neat, low bushes. Unpretentiousness and strong resistance to a variety of temperatures allows you to grow the variety at any point in the immense latitudes of Russia.
The unique tomato hybrid Samson was created by a talented breeder from Russia, the neat sprouts have already been tested for quality in many European countries, demonstrating to consumers the successful result of active fruiting.
What do the unusual Pink Samson F1 tomatoes look like? Description of the main external components of tomatoes, the root system and the structure of the leaves of the plant. The following characteristic distinguishes fruits from numerous juicy class brethren:
- pleasant roundness;
- soft shell gloss;
- the density of the tomato filling;
- an unusual shade reminiscent of a deep pink color;
- average fruit weight 230-275 g;
- universal taste that can be a bright addition to any dish.
The root system of the plant has a strong structure that can easily take root on compacted soils. Tomato leaves are rather large, rich green hue, imposingly arranged in a slightly drooping state.
The first elements of a delicate inflorescence are laid over 11 leaves, the subsequent components of future fruiting through 3 greenish plates of plant origin. The inflorescence is classic, simple, with 4-9 fruits.
The main theses of cultivation
The high level of stability allows slender tomato stems to survive cracking and apical rot diseases without disastrous consequences. Samson fruits need regular watering, fertilizing with mineral and organic fertilizers.
Successful growth and a rich harvest of appetizing raspberry-colored fruits guarantee some of the nuances of care procedures:
- When planting, you must adhere to a distance of 40 cm between the stems.
- Often tomato bushes are planted in place of pumpkins, greens or root crops that have already outlived their productive life.
- The sprout must be in the hole before the first green leaves appear.
- As soon as the tomato seedlings are stretched upward, they are carefully planted in a hole, folding a thin stem into an ornate spiral. The tip should remain in the light.
- Samson tomatoes require systematic watering, fertilization, thorough loosening, and the elimination of the possibility of the appearance of parasites.
You cannot fertilize the soil with an abundance of chemicals and natural elements, Pink Samson tomatoes belong to a rare class of products that cannot tolerate large doses of foreign additives. A good top dressing for neat stems of dense bushes is:
- bird droppings;
- cow dung;
- herbal infusions;
- mixtures sold in shops for summer residents.
It is undesirable to alternate variations of vitamin supplements; it is better to use one of the subspecies of feeding throughout the entire development of the plant. Tomatoes Pink Samson F1 also do not tolerate an abundance of moisture, a large volume of water near the roots interferes with the supply of life-giving oxygen.
The generative nature of Samson tomatoes makes it prone to abundant fruiting. The neat twigs are usually completely covered in neat balls of ripe tomatoes. Also, a plant of this type has fewer stepsons.
Pink Samson tomato bushes can be grown both in the open field and in the warm walls of a cozy greenhouse. The soil for the future inhabitant of the beds is prepared in the fall, the fruiting process begins in mid-October.