Colorful holiday: growing the Japanese truffle tomato

Colorful holiday: growing the Japanese truffle tomato

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Life is not the same without a tomato. In a salad - tomatoes, in a marinade - tomatoes, for pickling, for adjika, for caviar ... You can't list everything.

The flavor of any dish can be tweaked and enhanced with this versatile vegetable.

New varieties are being developed not only by our breeders, scientists are working all over the world trying to develop varieties with new tastes and are resistant to diseases and bad weather.

Tomato "Japanese truffle": variety description

Variety nameJapanese truffle
general descriptionMid-season indeterminate variety
Ripening period110-120 days
The formPear-shaped
ColorRed, orange, black, pink, yellow
Average weight of tomatoes100-200 grams
ApplicationFresh and for canning
Variety yield2-4 kg per bush
Growing featuresTying required
Disease resistanceResistant to major diseases

A relatively new variety in Russia, although Western vegetable growers claim that it was bred here. "Japanese truffle", so named because of the shape of the fruit, will gain more and more popularity in our country. The hostesses appreciated it for its original taste and good quality. "Japanese truffle" is an indeterminate variety. It is not famous for its high yield - 2-4 kg from 1 bush... The variety is mid-season - ripening period 110-120 days.

When grown in open ground, it can grow up to 1.5 m, in a greenhouse it gives whips up to 2 m. Requires tying and pinching.

The tomato has several varieties, determined by the color of the fruit. There are red, orange, black, pink and gold Japanese truffles. All tomatoes are pear-shaped with a slight ribbing, weight - from 100 to 200 g.

Each of the varieties has its own taste, mainly sweet with sourness and with an individual aftertaste. Japanese golden truffle has a pronounced sweet taste and is often consumed as a fruit. The skin of the fruit is firm, as is the pulp, which makes it suitable for transportation and storage.

The fruits of the "Japanese truffle" are equally well suited for canning and fresh consumption. Many gardeners grow all varieties at home in order to get a beautiful and aesthetic color combination on the table and in jars.

You can compare the weight of the variety with others in the table:

Variety nameFruit weight
Japanese Truffle100-200 grams
Salting miracle90 grams
Locomotive120-150 grams
President 2300 grams
Leopold80-100 grams
Katyusha120-150 grams
Aphrodite F190-110 grams
Aurora F1100-140 grams
Anyuta F195-120 grams
Boney M75-100

A photo

Photo of a tomato variety "Japanese Truffle":

Growing and care advice

The "Japanese truffle" is usually grown in 1-2 stems. It shoots so that 5-6 brushes remain on the stem. 5-7 fruits grow on the hand. Usually 2-3 brushes ripen on the bush, the rest of the fruits are best removed in a state of technical maturity. It grows well in the open field, but it stretches only up to 1.5 m. In the greenhouse, the lash reaches 2 m, which allows you to get a larger crop.

You can compare the yield of the variety with other varieties in the table:

Variety nameYield
Japanese truffle2-4 kg per bush
Aurora F113-16 kg per square meter
Leopold3-4 kg per bush
Sanka15 kg per square meter
Argonaut F14.5 kg per bush
Kibitz3.5 kg per bush
Heavyweight of Siberia11-12 kg per square meter
Honey cream4 kg per square meter
Ob domes4-6 kg per bush
Marina Grove15-17 kg per square meter

The tomato planting scheme 40 x 40 is the area that will be enough for the full nutrition of the bush. It is planted in the ground at the end of May, respectively, for seedlings two months before, that is, at the beginning of late March - early April. If you plan to grow in a greenhouse, then the seeds must be planted in early March, and can be transferred to the greenhouse as early as May 1. The harvest from the greenhouse begins to be harvested in the second half of June.

There are a huge number of ways to grow tomato seedlings. We bring to your attention a series of articles on how to do this:

  • in twists;
  • in two roots;
  • in peat tablets;
  • without picking;
  • on Chinese technology;
  • in bottles;
  • in peat pots;
  • without land.

The variety tends to wrinkle the brushes, so you need to tie up not only the stem, but also the brushes. Stepchildren are quickly thrown away, it is necessary to remove them in a timely manner. They grow very quickly and are difficult to distinguish from the main stem. The rest of the care of the "Japanese truffle" does not differ from the usual for all tomatoes - watering, loosening, airing (if it grows in a greenhouse) and top dressing.

In addition to the taste and technical qualities of this variety, its advantage is its resistance to cold weather and fungal diseases, especially to late blight - the most unpleasant "tomato" disease.

Try growing your own Japanese Truffle. And let there be a holiday on your table!

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