My beloved De Barao

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I love growing tomatoes, and my whole family loves to eat them in all kinds. Every summer I plant fifty different varieties of bushes. Today there are 8 varieties of tomatoes in my garden. Today I tested tomatoes “for the lazy”. It was this characteristic that attracted me that the plants do not need to be pinned, or tied up, or pinched. Of these three varieties – “gratifying”, “gnome” and “grotto” – “gnome” turned out to be more productive. On each bush of this variety there were 25-30 tomatoes the size of a chicken egg or more. This is an early ripening variety; by July 15, the tomatoes began to ripen. I did not notice any illnesses. Since these were our earliest tomatoes, we ate them fresh. The only thing I didn’t like about the “gnome” is the very weak stems, they do not hold the harvest at all, the tomatoes literally roll on the ground. It is impossible to tie them up, too many fruits on the stems. The grotto tomatoes are also low, somewhat less productive, but the fruits are larger and, for my taste, tastier. The stems themselves do not hold the harvest either, but the brushes are more compact than those of the “gnome”, and they can be tied up. “Otradny” is also a very fruitful variety. Here they keep their crops on a strong low stem – standard bushes. They are quite small, smaller than the “gnome”, but there are a lot of them on the bush. They are good for canning, can fit well and are strong. These varieties are undersized, I grew them in an open garden. Here they keep their crops on a strong low stem – standard bushes. They are quite small, smaller than the “gnome”, but there are a lot of them on the bush. They are good for canning, can fit well and are strong. These varieties are undersized, I grew them in an open garden. Here they keep their crops on a strong low stem – standard bushes. They are quite small, smaller than the “gnome”, but there are a lot of them on the bush. They are good for canning, can fit well and are strong. These varieties are undersized, I grew them in an open garden.

Today I also planted varieties that have been familiar to me for a long time – White filling, Jewel and my old favorite – De-Bapao. I have not parted with this variety for many years, and HE has never let me down. Bushes are vigorous, strong. I clean all the stepchildren and grow a plant in one trunk. These tomatoes are not early, but rather medium late. Their shape is oblong with a pointed end. They are very tasty both fresh and canned. They are not very large, but not small either. Bushes bear fruit until the very cold, but at night from mid-August it is imperative to cover them. I plant De-Barao both in a greenhouse and in an open garden, they are good everywhere. Today I have grown three varieties of De Barao: red, black and golden. The shape of the bushes and fruits is the same, but the color of the tomatoes really corresponds to the name. De-Barao black seemed more tasty to my family.

Most importantly, we eat De Barao tomatoes until November. These bushes are tall, by the end of August, the lower tomatoes are already harvested, and higher ones are not yet ripe – with the threat of frost, I cut off the stem near the ground and hang the top down in the cellar right with the leaves and clusters of tomatoes. There they gradually mature. True, over time, the tomatoes wrinkle and the latter are no longer so tasty, but still tastier than pretty, some kind of artificial, trading stalls.

And I also like that this is not a hybrid tomato, but a varietal one. In terms of yield and disease resistance, it is not inferior to new hybrids, but you can stock up on your own seeds, and they are not at all worse than purchased ones, I have already checked this.

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