Bush Tomato (Solanum Lycopersicum)

Plant Name:Bush TomatoLatin Name:Solanum LycopersicumVariety:Bush Tomato Roma VFSowing:Sow the seeds in a warm location at a depth of 0.2 inch bowls with sowing soil, press lightly and cover with soil. Place the bowls in a light location and keep them moist at all times. If necessary, transplant seedlings into small pots. From the middle of May onward, they can be moved out into the open at intervals of 8 inches. Tomatoes love sunny, warm sheltered places with deep, loose and humus soils. Keep the plant moist and fertilise as continuously as possible. Protect them from rain as much as possible.Germination:20-25 degrees centigrade within 8-15 days.Planting :FEB, MAR, APR, MAYHarvesting:JUL, AUG, SEP, OCTDistance:20 inchesHow to Harvest:Harvesting is possible from July to the beginning of October. Simply pick the ripe red fruits. Due to it’s bushy growth, this variety does not need to be tethered to poles, nor do the shoots need to be pinched out.

Cooking & Seasoning

The Roma tomato has a high content of fruit flesh with a very aromatic taste, which makes it ideal for making soups, sauces and delicious salads. Also suitable for roasting or grilling.

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