The seeds of cherry tomato or cherry tomato, will fill your crop with small plants from which yellow flowers sprout that will then give way to small red tomatoes.
The stem and leaves of the plant are covered with tiny hairs that look like chamois.
Raisin or grape tomato seeds (lycopersicon lycopersicum), as they are also known, give rise to a herbaceous plant that is part of the nightshade.
Cherry tomatoes contain antioxidants thanks to the presence of lycopenes that helps prevent premature aging of the skin, so it is a wise decision to consume them frequently and much more if they derive from your own garden.
Its cultivation is not too demanding they can develop well in temperate zones with a sun exposure of a couple of hours, but in general it does better with hot climates
It is advisable to use seedbeds and then transplant to the final place of growth , taking care that the temperatures during the night are not below 15 degrees Celsius, lyou can harvest the harvest between the 90th and 150th day.
For best results keep spaces of 80 cm between each crop line and 40 cm Between specimens, sow at a depth of 1 cm and maintain germination temperatures between 16 to 25 ºC.
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Characteristics of Cherry Tomato
- Use: gastronomic.
- Climate: temperate and warm (it suits you better)
- Planting type: seedbed or direct soil
- Sun exposure is good for you.
- Germination temperatures: 16-25 degrees centigrade.
- Harvest: 90-150 days.