Description of the tomato variety Harlequin F1, its agricultural technology

Description of the tomato variety Harlequin F1, its agricultural technology

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Even under unfavorable climatic conditions, tomatoes can be grown and a good harvest can be harvested if they are planted in greenhouse conditions. Tomato Harlequin F1 was created by Russian breeders in the 21st century specifically for growing in a greenhouse. This is an early maturing variety.

Description of the variety

The tomato hybrid Harlequin F1 was included in the State Register as a vegetable suitable for planting in personal plots and small farms, intended for growing in the spring and summer using film shelters. It tolerates well in the climatic conditions of Ukraine, Moldova and some regions of Russia.

Ripe tomatoes of this variety can be expected after 3 months after plant sprouting. But his description, entered in the State Register, notes that this figure is 112 days. The State Register contains information that this is a determinant variety, but in practice it can be argued that it is semi-determinant. The average height of the bushes and the leafiness of the stems. The leaves are small in size, colored dark green.

Usually the hybrid forms 1 - 2 stems. The height of the bushes can reach 120 - 150 cm. The first inflorescence is formed over 7 - 8 leaves, and the next - after 1 - 2 leaves. Up to 9 fruits can be poured in one brush at a time. Tomatoes are round, but some have a slightly flattened top and bottom shape. On the upper part of the stalk, ribbing is noticeable. The flesh is quite firm. Unripe fruits have a light green hue, but become red as they ripen. The weight of one tomato can reach 150 - 155 g. Tomatoes of this variety have excellent taste and aroma.

During the season, you can collect 10.7 kg of tomatoes per square meter of beds. But with the use of intensive agricultural techniques, the figure can be up to 42 kg per 1 sq. m. It is characterized as a plant resistant to tobacco mosaic, cladosporium and fusarium.

The method of use is universal. The fruits are suitable both for salads and for preservation, processing for making sauces, ketchups and juice.

The main advantages of the variety

According to reviews, the tomato Harlequin F1 is characterized by early maturity and amicable ripening of fruits. It is attracted by its large-fruited nature, the ability to form ovaries even under conditions that are not the most favorable for this.

Growing seedlings

Sowing seeds for seedlings begins in the second half of March. After the appearance of 1 - 2 leaves on the seedlings, a pick is carried out. Seedlings are removed from the common container and transplanted into separate pots (preferably peat pots).


Planting ready-made seedlings under film shelters is carried out in mid-May. When planting on open beds, it is advisable to do this in early June. It should be noted that by that time the seedlings should have 5 - 7 true leaves (approximately 60 - 65 days from sowing the seeds).

The most successful planting of seedlings of this variety in the ground is 50x40 cm. Per 1 sq. m can be planted up to 9 plants. Planting is carried out in shelters under arches or in stationary greenhouses. In the open field, it is recommended to plant only in the southern regions in early spring.

The beds for planting the Harlequin tomato variety are chosen so that they are well lit, and the predecessors were zucchini, dill, carrots, cucumbers, cauliflower or parsley.


Maria, Taganrog: “I have been growing a hybrid Arlecchino F1 on my site for several years in a row. I advise you to plant it under film arcs. In the greenhouse, it is better to use indeterminate tomato varieties in order to more efficiently use the space in the room. "

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