Ranger F1 Hybrid Tomato Seeds
Strong determinate and tolerant of most growing conditions, Ranger F1 Hybrid Tomato (Continental Seeds | 5g) has a great flavor. Ideal for all local African and export markets, this very productive variety has firm, square fruits that are elongated in shape.
Ranger F1 Hybrid Tomato Characteristics (Continental Seeds | 5g)
a robust plant with good cover that yields lots of fruit in good quality.
Produces solid, elongated fruits weighing 110–120 grams on average.
When fully mature, uniformly green fruits become a bright scarlet color.
Fruit can be stored for more than 21 days if it is picked while it is fully green.
Maturity Date: 65 to 70 days after transplantation, matures
the soil must meet: Tomatoes require nutrient-rich, well-drained soil, Before planting, amend the soil with compost or other organic matter. The pH of the soil should be between 6.2 and 6.8.
Water requirements: Throughout the growing season, keep the soil continuously moist.
Strong field-observable resistance against the virus that causes tomato yellow leaf curling.
Average 30-33 Tons/acre of yield potential under proper agronomic practices.
The Ranger F1 Hybrid Tomato health benefits
Tomatoes’ high fiber, potassium, vitamin C, and choline content all promote heart health and shield against cardiac disorders.
The most significant dietary modification the ordinary individual can make to lower their risk of cardiovascular disease is an increase in potassium consumption together with a decrease in sodium intake due to the presence of Vitamin C and Fiber.
Tomatoes are known as a fruit laxative because they support hydration and regular bowel motions in the body.
Consuming it is associated with having healthier skin and hair, more energy, and lowers weight.
The risk of obesity and overall mortality is dramatically reduced when tomato consumption is increased.
Lycopene, lutein, and beta-carotene, three potent antioxidants found in abundance in tomatoes, have been demonstrated to protect the eyes from age-related macular degeneration (AMD), light-induced damage, and cataract development.
The best way to grow hybrid tomato seeds
To begin tomatoes, plant the seeds six to eight weeks in advance, 1/4-inch deep in excellent potting soil.
When germination has place, transfer the containers into full daylight in the field or grow them under lights. Until then, keep them warm, between 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
Keep your tomato plants evenly watered, but take note that deep, infrequent watering are better. After the soil has been amended with compost, mulch with a two-inch layer of it.
The tomato plant should be staked after sprouting because they tend to sprawl when growing, wasting the fruit.
Information Important for Seeds
There are 300 seeds per gram.
50gm of seeds are applied each acre.