Raspberry tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) "Kujawski" is a low growing, determinate, coveted variety producing tasty pink-red fruit. These tomatoes are large, round and covered with thin peel. Their juicy and firm flesh stands out with its great taste, therefore this variety is recommended both for direct consumption and processing. The fruit contain large quantities of vitamins, particularly vitamin C, and minerals, such as kalium, phosphorus and magnesium.
Proposed variety is intended for field cultivation. Seedlings for this purpose should be produced early in the spring at home or in a hotbed. Seedlings need to be thinned to 10x10 cm and transferred outdoor after the late May frosts to a sunny and warm site with humous, aerated and moist soil. "Kujawski" tomato is a determinate, erect variety, hence it does not need clipping nor staking. Their fruit are ready to be harvested in August.
Each package contains 0.2 g of raspeberry tomato "Kujawski" seeds. The package information contains a growing guide and the sow-by date.
- Weight: 0.2 g
- Use: direct consumption, processing
- Harvest time: August
- Site: sunny, warm; humous, aerated, moist soil