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Tomato Kibo F1

Tomato Kibo F1 is a product of Japanese breeding. F1 tomatoes are obtained as a result of crossing parental varieties with the necessary qualities for yield, resistance to disease, taste, appearance.

The cost of F1 seeds is much higher compared to conventional seeds. However, their characteristics recoup the cost of seed.

Features grade

Tomato Kibo has the following features:

  • indeterminate variety;
  • early ripening tomato;
  • powerful bush with a developed root system and shoots;
  • plant height of about 2 m;
  • ripening period - 100 days;
  • constant growth and bud formation;
  • ability to form ovaries even in adverse conditions;
  • resistance to drought and temperature shocks;
  • disease resistance.

Fruits of a grade have a number of distinctive features:

  • 5-6 fruits are formed on the hand;
  • pink rounded tomatoes;
  • dense and even peel;
  • the fruits of the first harvest are 350 g;
  • subsequent tomatoes grow to 300 g;
  • good taste;
  • sugar flavor;
  • attractive appearance;
  • do not crack when watering.

According to reviews on Kibo F1 tomatoes, it is a reference variety in various parameters: taste, transportability, resistance to weather changes. The variety is grown for sale, consumed fresh, used for pickling, pickling and cooking other home-made products.

Growing order

Kibo variety grown exclusively in greenhouses or greenhouses. Plants are poorly adapted to growth in the open air, especially in cold climates. This is chosen by farms for further sale on the market. If a heated greenhouse is used, then Kibo tomatoes can be grown year-round.

Getting seedlings

If the crop must be obtained in the fall, then the tomatoes on the seedlings begin to be planted in the second half of February. From the moment of emergence of shoots to the transfer of seedlings in the greenhouse should be a half or two months.

Soil for planting tomatoes is produced by combining garden soil, peat and humus. It is placed in boxes with a height of about 10 cm. Then proceed to the preparation of seed material, which is soaked for a day in warm water.

Tip! Seeds are planted in furrows to a depth of not more than 1 cm.

Between the seeds leave about 5 cm, and between the rows - 10 cm. This planting scheme allows you to avoid thinning and transplanting plants into separate pots.

Cover the top with a film and leave it in a dark and warm place. When the first shoots appear, the containers are rearranged to the sun. With a short daylight above the seedlings install lamps. Plants should receive coverage for 12 hours.

In sunny weather, tomatoes are watered every day. If the plants are in the shade, then moisture is introduced as the soil dries. Seedlings are fed twice with an interval of 10 days. Fertilizer is produced by dissolving in 1 l of water ammonium nitrate (1 g), potassium sulfate (2 g) and superphosphate (3 g).

Planting in the greenhouse

The soil for planting tomatoes is prepared in the fall. It is recommended to remove the top layer, since insect larvae and fungal spores can hibernate in it.

It is recommended to treat the renewed soil with a solution of copper sulfate (1 tablespoon of substance is added to a bucket of water). The beds are dug up with the addition of humus, after which the greenhouse is closed for the winter.

Important! Under the tomatoes fit the soil, where previously grew legumes, pumpkin, cucumbers, onions.

Transplantation of tomatoes in the greenhouse is carried out on an overcast day or in the evening, when there is no direct exposure to the sun. The ground should warm up well. First you need to prepare the holes with a depth of 15 cm. About 60 cm is left between the plants.

It is best to place the tomatoes in a checkerboard pattern. This will form a strong root system, provide airing and self-pollination of plants. After planting, tomatoes are watered abundantly.

Order of care

For grade Kibo carried out standard care, which includes several procedures: watering, feeding nutrients, tying to the support. To avoid excessive growth of green mass, tomatoes require pasynkovanie.

Watering tomatoes

Tomato Kibo F1 needs a moderate amount of moisture. With its lack of plants develop slowly, which ultimately affects the yield. Excess moisture leads to decay of the root system and the spread of fungal diseases.

After the planting of tomatoes, the next watering is carried out after 10 days. During this time, the plants adapt to new conditions.

Tip! Under each bush make at least 2 liters of water.

On average, water a tomato Kibo need once or twice a week. The intensity of irrigation is increased to 4 liters during the flowering period, but the introduction of moisture is produced less frequently.

The procedure is carried out in the evening or in the morning when there is no direct exposure to the sun. Be sure to take warm water, settled in barrels. Water is brought only at the root.

Tomato fertilizer

Due to fertilizers, Kibo tomatoes are actively growing and their productivity is increasing. Tomatoes need to be fed several times per season. For this, both mineral and natural fertilizers are suitable.

If a seedling looks weak and underdeveloped, then it is fed with nitrogen fertilizer. This includes a solution of ammonium nitrate or mullein. To get involved in such dressing is not worth it, so as not to stimulate excessive development of green mass.

Important! The main trace elements for tomatoes are phosphorus and potassium.

Phosphorus promotes the growth of the root system and improves metabolic processes in plants. On the basis of superphosphate prepare a solution consisting of 400 g of this substance and 3 liters of water. It is best to place the superphosphate granules in warm water and wait until they are completely dissolved.

Potassium improves the taste of fruits. To saturate the plants with phosphorus and potassium, potassium monophosphate is used, 10 g of which is diluted in 10 liters of water. Top dressing is carried out by the root method.

Tying up and bushes

Tomato Kibo belongs to tall plants, therefore in process of growth it needs to be tied up to support. This procedure ensures the formation of the bush and its good ventilation.

Tip! Tomatoes begin to tie when their height reaches 40 cm.

Two pegs are used for tying, which are located opposite each other. Between them stretch the rope. As a result, several levels of support should be formed: at a distance of 0.4 m from the ground and after the next 0.2 m.

Masking is necessary to eliminate excess shoots. Variety Kibo has a tendency to grow, so every week should be removed side shoots. This will allow the plant to direct the main forces on the formation of fruits.

Due to pinching, the thickening of plantings is eliminated, which causes the slow development of tomatoes, high humidity and the spread of diseases.

Gardeners reviews

Elena, 48 years old, Voronezh. The variety Kibo has proven itself on my site. Yes, and the online reviews on tomatoes Kibo F1 were positive. This is an early pink tomato that turned out to be very tasty. Productivity varieties are also at altitude. 7 kg of fruits were removed from one bush. One tomato weighed about 250 g. Alexander, 35 years old, Orenburg. This year he planted a new variety of tomatoes. Chose tomatoes Kibo on reviews on the Internet. The bush has grown small both in the greenhouse and in the open field. Of the pink hybrids tested earlier, this one has become the most delicious. The fruit has a thin peel and pronounced pink color. Next year I will definitely repeat the planting. Lyudmila, 57 years old, Lyudmila, 57 years I have been cultivating tomatoes for a long time. I tried many varieties and hybrids. Some had no taste, others gave little crop or died from diseases. As a result, Kibo has become one of the regular varieties that I grow every year. Japanese quality was manifested not only in technology, but also in selection. By combining taste, yield and disease resistance, Kibo is one of the best.

Conclusion

Kibo is a hybrid tomato variety bred in Japan. The plant is characterized by early ripening and is suitable for cultivation in greenhouses.

According to reviews of Kibo tomatoes, the variety tolerates weather changes and other stressful situations. Due to the long period of growth Kibo can get good yields without updating the plantings.