Crimean Russian Black Tomato Seeds The Russian Crimean black tomato is a mid-season variety, yielding fruits of 250-500 g and up to 10 cm in diameter, with smooth skin turning very dark red to chocolate when ripe. Soft, full, fleshy, not very juicy flesh, without acidity, having the appearance and color of meat.
Sowing under shelter: February-March-April. Sowing aid: sowing in pots under shelter between 16 and 20 ° C. Wait 5 weeks before placing in the ground.
Growing aid: transplant the tomatoes, burying the stem up to the first leaves, at a minimum distance of 50 cm as soon as frost is no longer to be feared on light, cool, humus-bearing, well-loosened soil. Install a stake for each foot.
Harvest: June-July-August-September-October Harvesting aid: harvest for quick consumption after picking. Possibility of conservation for a few days if the fruits are not picked too ripe.
Tips: support the plant well from its vegetative growth phase. Prune above the 4th or 5th bouquet. Water if necessary, do not water the leaves, mulch in case of drought.