Hybrid tomato "Aurora F1" - early ripening and high yield

The hybrid variety "Aurora F1" entered into the State Register is recommended for growing in film shelters and on open ridges. First of all, it will be of interest to farmers for the possibility of early filling the market with fresh tomatoes.

You can find out more about these tomatoes in our article. In it we will talk about the main characteristics of the hybrid and the features of its cultivation, as well as provide a full description of it.

Tomato "Aurora F1": variety description

Variety nameAurora
general descriptionSuper early determinant hybrid
Ripening period85-91 days
The formFlat-round
Average weight of tomatoes100-140 grams
Variety yield13-16 kg per square meter
Growing featuresStandard agricultural technology
Disease resistanceResistant to major diseases

The bush of a plant of the determinant type reaches a height of 55-65, in conditions of planting under a film up to 70 centimeters. Hybrid with superearly ripening. With careful care, the first tomatoes can be obtained 85-91 days after seedling germination. With early planting in a greenhouse, it can give fresh shoots after harvesting and give out a late second harvest of fruits.

A bush with a small amount of loose leaves, green, medium in size, typical for a tomato shape. The first cluster of fruits is formed behind 5-7 leaves, the rest are laid through 2 leaves. According to reviews received from gardeners, it is better to tie the bush to a vertical support. The hybrid shows the best performance when the plant is formed with 1-2 stems.

Hybrid advantages:

  • Very early ripening period.
  • Amicable return of the harvest.
  • Disease resistance.
  • Low level of requirements for growing conditions.
  • Excellent presentation.
  • Good preservation when transporting fruits.

The gardeners who gave feedback after growing the Aurora hybrid are unanimous, no significant shortcomings have been identified.


  • The shape of the tomatoes is round, with a small depression at the stalk, the ribbing of the fruit is poorly expressed.
  • Unripe tomatoes are light green in color, ripe with a well-pronounced red hue without a dark spot at the stalk.
  • Average weight 100-120, when grown in a shelter up to 140 grams.
  • The application is universal, good taste in whole-fruit canning, as well as in salads, sauces.
  • The yield is 13-16 kilograms when planted per square meter. meter of soil 6-8 bushes.
  • High safety indicators during transportation without reducing the presentation.

You can compare this indicator with other varieties in the table below:

Variety nameFruit weight
Aurora100-140 grams
Russian size650-2000
Podsinsky miracle150-300
American ribbed300-600
Honey heart120-140

Growing features

The hybrid shows good resistance to tomato mosaic virus and Alternaria. From a number of other varieties, it stands out for its friendly, early return of the harvest. For the first two harvests, you can get about 60-65% of the harvest, and the early ripening period allows you to remove most of the harvest before the onset of the late blight period.

You can compare the yield of the variety with others in the table below:

Variety nameYield
Nastenka10-12 per square meter
Gulliver7 kg per bush
Lady Shedi7.5 kg per square meter
Honey heart8.5 kg per square meter
Fat jack5-6 kg per bush
Doll8-9 kg per square meter
Summer resident4 kg per bush
Lazy15 kg per square meter
The president7-9 kg per square meter
King of the market10-12 kg per square meter

There are no significant differences in the cultivation of the plant in comparison with other varieties of tomatoes. We recommend irrigation with warm water in the evening, periodic loosening of the soil and removal of weeds. During the period of growth and fruiting, it is advised to carry out 2-3 fertilizing with complex fertilizer.

Any gardener selects tomatoes for planting, based on their criteria. Choosing the hybrid "Aurora F1" you can't go wrong. Very early ripening periods, even yield of the crop will appeal to everyone.

In the table below you will find links to articles about tomatoes with different ripening periods:

Mid-seasonLate ripeningSuper early
Funtik F1GrapefruitPink Impression
Crimson Sunset F1De Barao GiantGolden stream
Rise F1YusupovskyThe miracle of the lazy
MikadoBull heartSalting miracle
Azure Giant F1RocketSanka
Uncle StyopaAltaicLocomotive

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