Ansal F1 Tomato provides intermediate resistance to bacterial wilt, and high flower, and fruit production. Obovoid fruit shape with good fruit size (90-100g) and very good shape uniformity makes Ansal F1 very attractive and the preferred choice of customers.
Features and specifications of Ansal F1
- Ansal F1 Tomato has excellent fruit firmness
- Robust and strong plant growth
- Ansal F1 Tomato performs best in warm environments
- Spacing: 121*45cm
- Seed Rate: 50gm/acre
How to Store Tomatoes
- Wipe away any dirt or debris with a paper towel.
- Place tomatoes upside-down on a plate—separate from other fruits and vegetables.
- Store in a cool place out of direct sunlight for up to five days.
Why store them this way? The reason you don’t wash tomatoes is that any moisture on a ripe tomato can cause rot. If you want to wash them with water, you can do so right before you use them.
Tomatoes should be stem-side down for storage because their “shoulders” are the strongest part of the tomato and less susceptible to bruising. To keep them fresh, don’t let them get too close to other fruits and vegetables, which may emit ethylene gas that speeds up the ripening process.
Lastly, keep them in the shade if you can. Perfectly ripe tomatoes sitting in the sun will start to rot pretty quickly. However, if you have unripe tomatoes, letting them sit in the sun or sticking them in a paper bag with a banana for a couple of days—to soak up the ethylene it emits—are good ways to ripen them.
Hybrid tomato plants are a cross of two different varieties, designed to select the best traits from both parents. They tend to have desirable traits such as improved disease resistance, more dependable yields, and higher-quality fruit. With so many hybrid varieties to choose from, it’s nearly impossible to pick your preferred tomatoes seeds without a little guidance! To help, we’re offering you Ansal F1 Tomato seeds with the best qualities.