Tomato Aswon F1

Tomato Aswon F1

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The garden season has just ended. Some are still eating their last tomatoes from their garden. It will only take a few months and the time will come to sow new seedlings. Already, many gardeners are thinking about what varieties of tomatoes they will sow next year. Why only varieties? All foreign countries have long switched to tomato hybrids, and they are harvesting large harvests of tomatoes.

What to plant: variety or hybrid

Many gardeners believe that:

  • hybrid seeds are expensive;
  • the taste of hybrids leaves much to be desired;
  • hybrids require careful maintenance.

There is some kind of rational grain in all this, but let's figure it out in order.

On the question of the high cost of seeds. Buying tomato seeds, by the way, are not so cheap, we often take a "pig in a poke", as the re-grading is more and more common. Many gardeners can recall a situation when not strong plants grew from a colorful bag of tomato seeds, but frail sprouts. The time for re-sowing seeds has already been lost, in the season purchased tomato seedlings are expensive, so you have to plant what has grown. And in the end - a greenhouse or greenhouse with a small number of tomatoes that do not correspond to the variety. The efforts that the gardener put into obtaining a significant harvest were wasted.

The bad taste of hybrid tomatoes is also debatable. Yes, old hybrids are more beautiful and transportable than tasty. But breeders bring out new hybrid tomatoes every year, constantly improving their taste. Among their wide variety, it is quite possible to find those that will not disappoint.

On the question of leaving. Of course, varietal tomatoes can "forgive" gardeners for some errors in their care, and hybrids show the maximum yield potential only with a high agricultural background. But for such results it is not a pity and will work hard, especially if there is confidence in a guaranteed yield. And this is possible when the seeds are purchased from a manufacturer with a consistently high reputation, such as the Japanese company Kitano Seeds. Its motto: "New technologies for a new result" is justified by the high quality of the planting material produced and sold. There are many hybrid tomatoes among its seeds, in particular, Aswon f1 tomato seeds, a photo and description of which are presented below.

Description and characteristics of the hybrid

Tomato Aswon f1 is not included in the State Register of Agricultural Achievements, as it has not yet passed the tests. But he already has a lot of positive feedback from those who tested it on their sites. Tomato Aswon f1 is intended for growing in open ground and greenhouses.

The bushes of the hybrid Aswon f1 are determinate, low, do not grow above 45 cm, compact. They do not require shaping, so they don’t be pinned. Despite its small size, the growth power of the Aswon f1 hybrid is great. The bush is well leafy. In the south, the fruits of the Aswon f1 hybrid are not threatened with sunburn, as they are safely hidden in the foliage.

More information about growing tomato Aswon f1 in the Krasnodar Territory can be seen in the video:

Advice! The compact bushes of the Aswon f1 hybrid allow it to be used for dense planting, which increases the yield per unit area. The distance between tomato bushes can be 40 cm.

Tomato Aswon f1 has an early ripening period, the first fruits can be harvested after 95 days from germination. In cool summers, this period is extended to 100 days. Fruiting of the Aswon f1 hybrid is long-term, since the bush is capable of forming up to 100 tomatoes. Hence the highest yield - up to 1 ton per one hundred square meters.

The fruits of the Aswon f1 hybrid are lightweight - from 70 to 90 g. They have an oval-round shape and a bright rich red color. All the fruits of the hybrid are uniform, do not shrink during the fruiting process. The dense skin prevents them from cracking even with a sharp change in soil moisture.

The dry matter content in the dense pulp of the Aswon f1 hybrid is very high - up to 6%, which makes it possible not only to transport them over long distances without losing quality, but also to prepare excellent tomato paste. They are especially good, preserved entirely. Tomato Aswon f1 has a pleasant-tasting pulp consistency, a balanced content of acids and sugars, making delicious salads from it. The juice from this hybrid tomato is very thick. Tomato Aswon f1 is also good for drying.

Like all tomato hybrids, Aswon f1 has great vitality, so it tolerates heat and drought well, continuing to set fruits without reducing their size. Tomato Aswon f1 is resistant to bacterial, verticillous and fusarium wilting, is not susceptible to root and apical rot, as well as bacterial pinpoint of fruits.

Attention! Tomato Aswon f1 belongs to industrial tomatoes, as due to its dense skin it is perfectly removed by a mechanized method.

To get the yield declared by the manufacturer, you must adhere to all the rules for caring for the Aswon f1 tomato.

Growing features

The tomato harvest begins with seedlings. In the middle lane and to the north, you cannot do without it. In the southern regions, the Aswon f1 hybrid is grown by sowing in open ground, filling the market for early products with fruits.

Growing seedlings

On sale there are processed and unprocessed, but always polished Aswon f1 tomato seeds. In the first case, they are immediately sown dry. In the second, you will have to work hard and hold them for 0.5 hours in a 1% solution of potassium permanganate, rinse and soak for 18 hours in a biostimulant solution. In this capacity, Epin, Gumat, aloe juice diluted in half with water can act.

Attention! As soon as the tomato seeds swell, and for this 2/3 days are enough for them, they must be sown immediately. Otherwise, germination and seedling quality will suffer.

The soil mixture for sowing tomato seeds Aswon f1 should be loose and fertile, well saturated with air and moisture. A mixture of sand and humus, taken in equal parts, is suitable. A glass of ash is added to each bucket of the mixture. Moisten the soil before sowing.

Advice! It is impossible to bring it to the state of dirt. The soil should be moderately moist, otherwise the tomato seeds will simply suffocate and not sprout.

If it is decided to grow Aswon f1 tomatoes without picking, they plant 2 seeds in each separate pot or cassette. After germination, the excess seedling is not pulled out, but carefully cut onto a stump. For dived seedlings, seeds are sown in a container to a depth of about 2 cm and at the same distance from each other.

In order for the seeds of the Aswon f1 hybrid to germinate quickly and amicably, the container with them must be warm. The easiest way is to put a plastic bag on it and place it near the battery.

As soon as the first shoots loops appear, put containers on the windowsill. There should be not only light, but also cool, then the seedlings will not stretch out, they will grow stocky and strong. After 3-5 days, the temperature is slightly increased and maintained at 20 degrees during the day and 17 degrees at night.

The grown seedlings with 2 real leaves dive into separate cups, trying to pinch the central root a little, but preserve the side roots as much as possible.

Important! After a dive, young plants are shaded from the bright sun until they take root.

Seedlings of hybrid tomato Aswon f1 grow quickly and in 35-40 days are ready for planting. During its growth, it is fed 1-2 times with a weak solution of complex mineral fertilizer.

Aswon f1 tomato seedlings are planted when the soil temperature is at least 15 degrees. Before planting, it should be hardened for a week, taking it out into fresh air and gradually increasing the time spent outdoors.

Advice! The first 2-3 days they protect the seedlings from the sun and wind, covering them with a thin covering material.

Further care

To give the maximum yield, the hybrid tomato Aswon f1 needs fertile soil. It is prepared in autumn, well seasoned with humus and phosphorus and potassium fertilizers.

Advice! Fresh manure is applied for tomato predecessors: cucumbers, cabbage.

The planted seedlings will need regular watering, which is combined once a decade with fertilizing with complex mineral fertilizers, which must contain trace elements. After each watering, it is advisable to loosen the soil to a depth of no more than 5 cm. So it will be saturated with air, and the roots of the tomato will not be disturbed. The hybrid Aswon f1 does not need to be formed. In the middle lane and to the north, the bush is lightened, removing the lower leaves in order to give more sun to the formed fruits on the lower brush. In the south, this procedure is not needed.

Tomato Aswon f1 combines all the best properties of hybrids and at the same time tastes of real varietal tomatoes. This industrial tomato will not only be a godsend for farms. It will delight you with an excellent harvest and good taste of fruits and amateur gardeners.


Alexey, 42 years old, Timashevsk

I have a farm and several hectares of land. We have it fertile, whatever you plant, everything grows, just have time to water. I love growing tomatoes. They sell very well in the market. I used to plant varieties, but then I switched to hybrids - they are more productive. I could not choose a suitable hybrid variety - it looks beautiful and the harvest is good, but it tastes so-so, the varieties will not replace. A neighbor advised me to try the Aswon f1 hybrid. First, I sowed it on my own garden for testing and was pleasantly surprised by the taste and yield. For 2 years now I have been planting it on an industrial scale. I also want to try the yellow-fruited varieties of this company. They say that they are also very tasty. And they are always bought well.

Vera, 35 years old, Maykop

I have a piece of land outside the city. I plant, like everyone else - peppers, eggplants, and my favorite culture - tomatoes. I can go to the garden only on weekends. Sometimes the heat is terrible. You come to the site, and your heart grabs: my tomatoes are sluggish. Well, what a harvest here. And then I went to visit a friend, I look, and her tomatoes are vigorous, they knitted a lot. She suggested to me that it was necessary to plant hybrids and gave a bag, the tomato Aswon f1 is called. I will definitely sow next year.

Watch the video: Comparing Heirloom tomatoes to Hybrid tomatoes (February 2023).

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