10 varieties of low-rise tomatoes with high yields

  • Apr 08, 2021
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Good afternoon, my reader. Tomato varieties with a bush that grows up to a meter are called undersized. But some do not even reach this height. There are such plants that have a height of up to 40 centimeters, and there are ordinary low-growing ones up to 80.

 Tomatoes. Illustration for this article is used under a standard license © ofazende.com
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1. Rajah

One of the varieties with the largest fruits. Their weight can reach up to 300 grams. Bushes grow up to 1 meter. Tomatoes have an oblong shape, bright red color and juicy, tasty, sweet pulp. Up to 7 tomatoes can be removed from one brush.

You can grow this variety of tomatoes both in the greenhouse and in the open field. Great for canning and fresh consumption.

2. Mongolian dwarf

The height of this variety of tomatoes is no more than 30 centimeters, in fact, that's why it was called that. It is better not to remove the emerging stepchildren, since fruits grow on them, as well as on the main brushes.

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From this variety of tomatoes, you can get up to 10 kg of vegetables from a planting area of ​​1 sq. meter. It is best to tie these plants up because the weight of the fruit will cause them to bend to the ground. The variety is suitable for outdoor planting.

3. Riddle

The variety ripens early, in just 82-88 days. The height of the bushes is very small, up to 50 centimeters. The yield is very decent - about 5-6 tomatoes can be removed from the brush. Foma is uniform, round, red tomatoes with excellent taste. They are very well suited for preservation, since the fruits do not crack from an excess of liquid.

The variety perfectly tolerates insufficient lighting and is resistant to "tomato" diseases.

4. Shuttle

The variety is adapted for cultivation in the north and south of Russia. The bushes are low, up to half a meter.

Up to 8 tomatoes can be removed from the brush, but due to its strong stem, it does not require a garter. You can grow bushes both indoors and outdoors.

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Tomato fruits are oblong and are well suited for preserving and preparing fresh salads. The tomatoes themselves are small, their weight is about 80 grams.

5. Alaska

Alaska ripens early, just 85-100 days after seedlings emerge. Suitable for greenhouse and outdoor cultivation. The height of the bush does not exceed 60 centimeters.

This variety is gaining popularity due to its sweet taste and it is best to eat tomatoes fresh. Another advantage of Alaska is that the variety is not afraid of many diseases, such as the tobacco mosaic virus, cladosporiosis, etc.

Up to 2.5 kilograms of tomatoes can be harvested from one bush.

6. Aztec do it

Suitable for planting in greenhouses, on the street and in the house, since the bush grows only up to 40 centimeters. This variety is good because it can be harvested from mid-summer until the first frost, and at home it bears fruit even in winter.

Tomatoes are small, similar to cherry, the weight of one does not exceed 30 grams. And from a bush, you can remove up to 5 kilograms of tomatoes.

Excellent for preservation and fresh consumption.

7. Lazy

Tomatoes of this variety are distinguished by a large weight - up to 300 grams, and it is not difficult to remove about 4 kilograms of tomatoes from a bush. The fruits grow in the shape of a heart, they are juicy and tasty. Although it is possible to grow Lazy in a greenhouse, it is still better in open soil.

To get a large harvest, pinching is necessary, because this activates the appearance of stepchildren, on which most tomatoes appear.

8. Firewood

This is a modern tomato variety that was bred for cultivation in the unfavorable climate of the Urals and Siberia, but it can be grown in all regions of the country.

Tomatoes of a characteristic log shape, therefore, are named so. This is a high-yielding variety, from a brush you can get up to 13 tomatoes weighing up to 80 grams.

It is good to use both canned and fresh.

9. Summer resident

Although this variety is intended for outdoor cultivation, you can also keep it in plastic greenhouses.

The bush can grow up to 55 centimeters, so there is no need to tie it up.

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This is a high-yielding plant from which you can get up to 4 kilograms of fruit.

The use of these tomatoes is universal: they can be eaten fresh and canned.

10. Fighter (Brawler)

It is very easy to care for this plant, it is not susceptible to various diseases, is not afraid of prolonged dry weather and low temperatures. Grown in open soil and matures in 95 days.

Up to 8 kilograms of tomatoes can be harvested from one bush with good care and suitable weather conditions.

Do you plant high-yield tomato varieties?

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