Tomato Cobra 34 F1 is a tomato with determined growth that makes between 65 and 70 days after transplanting. It is very closed and highly resistant to TMV, CMV, Fol0, Fol1, and bacterial wilt.
Cobra has gained strong recognition both in the greenhouse and open field production. High yields of uniform glossy fruit. Large, round to oblong, 225 gm (8 oz) fruit are firm, extremely resistant to cracking with excellent external quality.
- Tomato Cobra is a hybrid species
- It is a rainy season tomato
- It can be cultivated in the greenhouse and open field
- It is an excellent yield
- Tomato F1 cobra 34 large fruit and very productive
Planting Instructions for Tomato Cobra 34 F1
Start seed indoors 6 – 8 weeks before transplanting out to the garden. Cover seeds with 1/2 cm (1/4 in) of soil. Firm soil overseed. Keep moist but not waterlogged. To germinate maintain a soil temperature of 24 C (75 F). Seed should germinate in 6 – 10 days. Once seeds have sprouted, 14 – 16 hours of light per day is essential. Once plants have reached 12 cm (5 in) transplant to 6 cm (3 in) peat pots. Place the root ball at the bottom of the pot, filling the pot with soil will ensure better root development along the stem. Plants will develop better with a growing temperature of 17 C (62 F) until transplanting out. Fertilize weekly with 10-52-17 and liquid seaweed for strong root development. Do not transplant out till night temperatures are warm.