Description of the Vano tomato variety, its characteristics and yield

Tomato Vano F1 is a new universal hybrid of pink large-fruited tomato. Plants are flexible, easily adapt to weather conditions in all regions, fruits of high palatability, ripen early, highly transportable and provide profitable sales.

Hybrid characteristics

Hybrid form (f) Wano early ripening. From the emergence of seedlings to the beginning of collection, it takes from 100 to 105 days. To get a marketable crop, this hybrid is planted in greenhouses. Bushes of the determinant type, with a height of 90-110 to 130 cm, require the formation and removal of the lower leaves, twine around the plant with a cord and tie it to the crossbar. With thickened plantings in greenhouses and greenhouses, the leaves are shortened by half. The hybrid is resistant to Alternaria and tobacco mosaic virus.


  • The inflorescences are simple, collected in clusters, on which 5-6 very weighty tomatoes are formed.
  • The first brush is formed early - above the 5th or 6th leaf, the brushes of the next levels go through 1–2 leaves.
  • Despite the fact that the hybrid is determinant, it needs to remove the stepchildren, otherwise the brushes with the harvest will not receive nutrients in the proper volume.
  • The recommended bush guidance system is 2 stems.

Fruits are rounded with light ribbing, the largest tend to flatten. They are fleshy with thin skin, large, with an average weight of 200 g, pink, overripe fruits - raspberry, seed chambers - up to 6. By density - medium, well withstand long-term transportation. The fruits are versatile as intended: good for fresh consumption and for processing, ripen well if they are harvested at the stage of milky-wax ripeness. The Siberian Garden company offers seeds of the Vano F1 hybrid with large red, rounded, slightly flattened fruits without ribbing, weighing from 250 to 300 g. The yield of Vano F1 tomato is 5–6 kg from one bush.

How to grow a Vano tomato variety with your own hands?

An early tomato can be grown in two ways: by sowing seeds for seedlings and in a seedless culture. For seedlings, seeds should be sown in the first or second decade of March with a depth of 1–1.5 cm. After 2-3 weeks from germination, the seedlings are dived according to the 8x8 or 10x10 cm scheme or planted in cassettes with cells of the same size. During the period of seedling growth, 2-3 fertilizing with humin-based fertilizers is carried out.

Important! Plants are transferred to the plantation at the age of 60-65 days according to the schemes: 30x50, 40x70 or 35x (35 + 65) cm.

Professional advice

To get an early harvest of the Vano F1 hybrid in greenhouses and greenhouses, sowing seeds for seedlings should be carried out in the first ten days of February, and planted starting in mid-March. A prerequisite is the presence of an extended, well-developed first brush on the seedlings. If the growth phase does not correspond to this, the seedlings will take root for a long time and will not show rapid growth and development. If this requirement is met, the harvest will be in the third decade of May.

Given by the seed producer, the hybrid description indicates very large fruits. To get them, the plants need to be fed. Fertilizer Brexil Kombi is well suited, 15 g of the drug is dissolved in 10 liters of water, 0.5-0.7 g of boric acid is added, watered at the root. From simple fertilizers, ammonium nitrate, simple or double superphosphate and potassium salt are suitable. For a good water-air regime of the soil, it is necessary to add rotted manure to the rows.

In greenhouses, the Vano F1 tomato can be grown in two turns: spring-summer and summer-autumn. The reviews of vegetable growers about the hybrid are positive, indicating its advantages, which are high yields and excellent fruit quality.

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