Tomato and Peach in one bottle! Description of tomato subspecies: yellow, red and pink F1

Tomato and Peach in one bottle! Description of tomato subspecies: yellow, red and pink F1

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Tomatoes "Peach" live up to their name - round shape, rough skin, yellowish color. There are several subspecies of the variety - "Red", "Yellow", "Pink F1", the main difference is color. These tomatoes have some good qualities that can attract gardeners.

Tomato Peach: variety description

Variety namePeach
general descriptionMid-season indeterminate variety
Ripening period100-115 days
The formRounded
ColorRipe fruits of yellow peach tomato are creamy yellow, red subspecies - red, pink - light cherry, white - transparent greenish
Average weight of tomatoes100g
Variety yield6-8 kgs sq.m
Growing featuresStandard agricultural technology
Disease resistanceDisease resistant

Tomatoes "Peaches" are indeterminate plants, not standard plants, about 150 - 180 cm high. Usually they form into one strong, powerful stem. The rhizome is well branched, develops horizontally. Leaves of the "potato" type, dark green, wrinkled and small in size. There are many brushes with 5-6 fruits on the stem. The stalk is strong - the fruits do not crumble. The inflorescence is simple, formed over 7-8 leaves, then every 2 leaves. Early in maturity, the crop can be harvested 90-95 days after planting.

So, let's understand the subspecies of this variety. Let's start with the Red Peach tomato - mid-season, harvest on day 115. Suitable for open and protected ground. The next tomato is "Pink Peach" F1, it is distinguished by a large number of fruits per cluster, up to 12 pieces. The variety is resistant to many diseases and pests. Hybrids of the same name with even better quality traits were also bred. Tomatoes "Peaches F1" have the same shape and skin as their counterparts, but differ in the large size of the fruit.

All subspecies are rounded, not ribbed, with a rough surface, without spots at the stalk. Usually about 100 g, medium in size. Fleshy, sweet (up to 10% sugar content), no sourness, aromatic.
There is a minimum amount of dry matter in fruits. They have 2-3 chambers for seeds. Stored for a long time, well transported.

The color of unripe fruits of all subspecies is light green. The ripe fruits of the Yellow Peach tomato are creamy yellow, the red subspecies is red, the pink ones are light cherry, and the white ones are transparent greenish. In vegetable gardens, you rarely find a white subspecies of tomato.

You can compare the weight of fruits with other varieties in the table:

Variety nameFruit weight
Tsar Peter130 gram
Peter the First30-250 grams
Black Moor50 grams
Apples in the snow50-70 grams
Samara85-100 grams
Sensei400 gram
Cranberries in sugar15 grams
Raspberry Viscount400-450 grams
The Tsar Bellup to 800 grams


The result of our compatriots - breeders. Registered in the State Register of the Russian Federation in 2002. Grown with great success in Ukraine, Russia and Moldova. It is considered a dessert variety of universal use. Good fresh when heat treated. Perfect for whole-fruit canning, the fruit does not crack. Taste is not lost when used in various salads. Suitable for the production of juice and tomato paste, sauces.

Of the shortcomings, pubescence of fruits is distinguished, some consider pubescence to be a highlight.


  • high productivity;
  • color, shape of the fruit;
  • taste;
  • unpretentiousness;
  • cold resistance;
  • good immunity to disease;
  • not afraid of most pests.

On average, the yield is about 6-8 kg per sq. m. - about 2.5 kg per plant. In greenhouse conditions, large harvests are possible. A feature is the roughness of the fruit, color. Fruit set occurs in any weather.

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

Variety nameYield
Peach6-8 kg per square meter
Rocket6.5 kg per square meter
Summer resident4 kg per bush
Premier6-9 kg per square meter
Doll8-9 kg per square meter
Stolypin8-9 kg per square meter
Broody10-11 kg per square meter
Black bunch6 kg per bush
Fat jack5-6 kg per bush
Buyan9 kg per bush

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Growing features

The seeds are initially prepared for planting. Usually soaked in a weak solution of potassium permanganate, to exclude the occurrence of diseases. Then some use special growth stimulants in which the seeds are soaked overnight. Further, the seeds are usually placed on wet material for pecking.

Seedlings are sown in March-April in a special soil for tomatoes and peppers. Sowing depth - 1 cm, the distance between plants is about 1 cm. Cover with foil for several days to create sufficient moisture. When germinating, open. Watering is infrequent, but abundant. Do not let water get on the leaves, this will destroy the plants.

When 2 full sheets appear, they are seated in separate cups (picking). Pick containers with holes in the bottom. A pick is needed to strengthen the root system and the plant as a whole. When the plant has about 10 full-fledged leaves and its growth is 20-25 cm, planting in open ground or a greenhouse is possible. Usually on the 50th day after landing. Before planting in the ground, the seedlings are usually hardened, the vents are opened for several hours, or taken out into the fresh air.

The soil temperature during planting should be at least 20 degrees. Plants are planted around mid-May. The greenhouse can be planted earlier. For open ground, a special shelter from the cold should be provided. Fragile plants cannot withstand the weather.

Tomatoes are usually planted in a checkerboard pattern, at a distance of about 40 cm from each other. The aisle between the rows should be approximately 70 cm. When planting in a permanent place, holes filled with mineral fertilizer or mullein should be prepared. A few weeks before planting the plants, the soil is dug up with humus and disinfected with copper sulfate. Warm up using shelters. Good precursors for tomatoes are cucumbers, zucchini, carrots. You cannot plant on areas where potatoes grew last year.

Tomatoes are planted in cloudy weather, or in the evening, so that the sun does not shock the plants. After planting, the tomatoes are well watered at the root and left without action for a week and a half. After that, regular fertilizing with mineral fertilizers is relevant, every one and a half weeks. Mulching and loosening are good for plant growth. Watering is not frequent, abundant at the root. The variety does not require grazing. Only the formation of a bush into one stem.

A garter is only required in the case of multiple fruits. The garter is held to individual pegs or trellises with ribbons made of synthetic materials, other materials can cause stem rot. Flowering occurs in mid-June, after the fruit set, it is required to stop interfering with the soil, except for watering. Harvesting at the end of June. Will have time to ripen again in the presence of new seedlings.

Diseases and pests

Tomatoes "Peaches" are well resistant to most nightshade diseases. Not afraid of a bear, "tomato" aphids, spider mites. Preventive spraying with insecticides and fungicides against diseases and pests remains relevant. In this case, store-bought drugs or folk remedies are used.


Tomatoes with such a sonorous name should simply be planted on your site. Already at the beginning of summer, they will delight you with original tasty fruits. If you plant all kinds of "Peaches" the site will become even more attractive.

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