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Tomato Nastya-sweet: description of the variety, photos, reviews

Tomato Nastya-sweet: description of the variety, photos, reviews


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Slastena's tomato has been popular among Russians for over ten years. The shops also sell Nasten Slasten's tomato seeds. These are different varieties, although there is a lot in common between them when growing and caring for. In the article, a description of both varieties will be given, characteristics and photos will be presented so that gardeners are not mistaken when choosing a seed.

Both types of tomatoes of Russian origin appeared at the beginning of the century. They are in the State Register and are recommended for cultivation in private farmsteads, in farms. These tomatoes can be planted in the ground or greenhouse.

Sweet Tomatoes

Tomatoes of the Slastena variety in the southern regions of Russia can be grown in open ground, in the rest of the territory it is recommended to plant them in greenhouses or under temporary film shelters.

Description of bushes

The plant is indeterminate, standard, refers to early maturing varieties. After planting in the ground, the fruits can be harvested in 90-95 days. The height of the Slasten tomato, according to the description, reaches 100-110 cm in the open field, and about 130 cm in the greenhouse.

The foliage is medium, the leaf blades are deep green, small. Place the first flower tassel on the 8-9th leaf. All subsequent inflorescences are formed through two or three leaves. The brushes are powerful, each of them tied up to 40 fruits.

Description of fruits

Tomatoes at the Sweet tomato are round-flat in shape. In an unripe form, the fruits are juicy green, in technical ripeness they are scarlet-claret. The skin is quite firm, but not tough. Each fruit weighs between 30 and 50 grams.

Important! The largest tomatoes form on the lower cluster.

The pulp is sugary, with four seed chambers, the same as the taste of the tomato itself. Honey aftertaste. Fruits with a dense skin. They contain 6% dry matter.

The use of the variety is universal. Fresh fruit salads, tomato juice, ketchups and lecho are very tasty. Can be canned in jars, but barrel pickles are not for this variety.

Characteristic

According to the description of the variety and reviews of gardeners, the Slasten tomato has a lot of advantages:

  1. Tight-skinned tomatoes, sweet as candy, do not crack.
  2. Tying is almost 100%, ripening is stretched.
  3. The variety tolerates temperature fluctuations.
  4. The presentation is preserved during long-term transportation
  5. Slasten's tomatoes, according to reviews and presented photos, are high-yielding. One bush gives up to 2.5 kg, about 8 kg are harvested from a square meter in open ground, up to 10 kg in protected ground.
  6. Good yield even on poorly fertilized soil.
  7. Tomatoes are distinguished by excellent keeping quality, the ability to ripen.
  8. The variety is resistant to many diseases of nightshade relatives, in particular, it practically does not suffer from late blight, brown spot, root rot, verticillosis, fusarium wilting is rarely observed.
  9. Since the bags do not have the letter F1, you can harvest your own seeds.

The gardeners do not indicate any disadvantages as such in the reviews. The only drawback is the presence of a large number of shoots, which have to be constantly pinned, and the need to tie up the bushes due to abundant fruiting.

About Slasten's tomato:

Tomatoes Nastya-Slastena

There are varieties with the same name. One of the varieties, Nastya-Slastena, differs from its namesake in description. It was also created by Russian breeders at the beginning of the century, and is included in the State Register for the Russian Federation.

Description

Unlike Slastena, which is a variety, Nastena-Slastena is already a hybrid, as evidenced by the F1 icon. The tomato is early ripe, the fruits ripen in 95-105 days. The tomato belongs to the indeterminate tall plants of the cherry species.

There are few leaves, they are small, ordinary tomato. The color of the plates is dark green. Nastya-Slastena stands out for her abundant stepsons, which somewhat complicates care. To obtain a decent harvest, the bush is formed from two or three stems.

Peduncles are complex, with a large number of flowers, located along the length of the entire stem. The set is excellent, therefore, up to 40 small oblong fruits are formed on each hand.

Attention! The first brush is formed over 8-9 leaves, so plants with small green ovaries are often planted.

The mass of tomatoes is from 20 to 30 grams. When ripe, the fruits turn bright red. They are dense, do not crack, do not crumble due to the articulations on the stalk. The pulp is crumbly, richly sweet, with a honey aroma, so this is one of the favorite varieties of children.

Characteristic

One description of the Nastya-Slastena tomato without detailed characteristics of the variety, reviews and photos will not be enough for an accurate idea of ​​the hybrid.

Consider the benefits:

  1. It can be grown in any conditions and in different climatic regions of Russia.
  2. Nastena is a fruitful variety. 10-14 kg of delicious sweet fruits are removed from one square meter.
  3. The application is universal.
  4. Ripening is friendly, so you can collect not only individual tomatoes, but whole brushes. Moreover, they are perfectly ripened without losing their taste and useful properties.
  5. Excellent transportability, long shelf life make the hybrid interesting not only for ordinary gardeners, but also for farmers.
  6. Nastya-Slastena is resistant to late blight, root rot, brown spot.

The disadvantage is the same as that of the Slastena variety - the need for pinching and tying.

About Nastena-Slasten's tomato:

Agrotechnics

According to the reviews of gardeners who grow both types of Slastena, their agrotechnical standards are almost the same:

  • both varieties are grown in seedlings;
  • can be planted on ridges and in a greenhouse;
  • seeds for seedlings are sown in mid-March or early April, based on the weather conditions of the region, 60 days before planting in a permanent place;
  • young seedlings require hardening.

Growing seedlings takes place in the usual way, the care is also identical to other varieties of tomatoes.

Landing in the ground

Seedlings are planted in the greenhouse in May, in open ground after the threat of return frosts disappears according to the 30x50 cm scheme. Plants are best placed in a checkerboard pattern to facilitate care.

Before planting, two weeks prepare holes, add to each humus or compost, wood ash and watered well. Fresh manure is not placed under tomatoes of any varieties, so as not to provoke a rapid growth of green mass. After planting, the tomatoes are watered again and pegs are placed to which the seedlings are immediately tied.

Important! The lower leaves are cut off to the flower brush so that they do not draw off nutrients.

When the tomatoes of Slasten and Nastena-Slasten take root, it is time to form. 2 or three stems are left on the plants, the rest of the stepchildren are removed. This operation is repeated throughout the vegetative period.

Special attention should be paid to tying up the stems, because under the weight of the fruits they can break. It is necessary to fasten not only shoots to the support, but also brushes, as in the photo below for both varieties of Slastena. This operation begins with a tomato height of 20-30 cm.

The rest of the care for planting tomatoes of these varieties is reduced to watering, loosening and mulching the soil, weeding and feeding growing bushes. During the growing season, plants are fed at least three times. Gardeners most often use organic fertilizers: infusions of mullein, chicken droppings, green grass.

For the prevention of diseases and additional saturation with nutrients, wood ash is recommended. It can be used dry for sprinkling foliage and soil, and for watering with infusion.

Tomatoes Slasten and Nasten-Slasten respond well, according to gardeners, to foliar dressing with a solution of boric acid and iodine. Plants not only receive nutrition, but also their immunity to diseases is enhanced.

Diseases, pests

Despite the fact that both varieties have excellent immunity to diseases of nightshade crops, tomatoes can get sick. After all, they grow alongside less sustainable crops. That is why adherence to preventive measures should become a habit.

You need to start with the preparation of seeds and soil, treating them with a solution of potassium permanganate or boric acid. When growing in a greenhouse, it is necessary to monitor the humidity of the air. Dampness is a provocateur of many diseases. It is useful to treat plants with Fitosporin, it will not get worse.

As for pests, slugs, aphids, whiteflies can affect tomatoes. To kill insects, you can use the preparations Bison or Confidor.

Testimonials

Konstantin, 54 years old, Dzhankoy

I just have Sweet and Nastya-Sweet. Both types of tomatoes are simply excellent: tasty, fruitful. Peduncles are formed throughout the cyst. There are so many fruits in them that each hand has to be tied up twice. But this does not depress me. After all, the main thing is the end result. The honey taste of round and oblong fruits leaves no one indifferent. Salads, juices, all kinds of preserves are prepared by the spouse.

Elizaveta, 44 years old, Khabarovsk

I like cherry tomatoes the most, so I've been growing Nastena-Slasten for many years, I'm not going to refuse. My tomatoes grow in a greenhouse. Last summer, the last brushes were removed on September 21st. The hybrid is interesting in that the fruits are removed with whole brushes. Those tomatoes that did not have time to ripen are perfectly ripened.

Svetlana, 37 years old, Yaroslavl

A friend advised to plant tomatoes Nastya-Slastena. There were many fruits, but I did not like their size - they were too small. Yes, and bothers to stepchild. I don't want to mess with them anymore.


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