This variety boasts red, healthy cheeks and a voluptuous form. It gives a great yield! Not only is it pretty on the outside, but the inside lives up to the same claim. The firm meat has a pleasurable taste and is good for the salad bowl, but also makes one of the finest purees. It has very few seeds! And what should we offer our comrade Babushka yield to help it yield to its full potential? A tomato greenhouse, heat, light, compost and appreciation. If you treat it right, it will give you bountiful returns.
Sow in early March into seedling trays in a warm place. Transfer to pots when about 5 cm high. Transplant into the field from May 20 at a distance of 80 ✕ 80 cm. Tie up to stakes or trellis strings. Also break some side branches to promote full fruiting; can be done later on if necessary also. Greenhouse growing is required. Tip for mixed culture: Basil and parsley intercrop beautifully.
Sowing quantity 2 g/Are