Yellow datterino tomato Lycopersicon esculentum, with a flavor never tried before! Acid / sweet and slightly watery pulp, peel that melts in the mouth, contains carotene. One fruit leads to another !! A must try! Young plants may show white speckles on some leaves, which disappear with growth.
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Tomato plant in the date variety: it must be planted in a draining soil rich in organic substances. Its development advances with exposure in full sun. Never expose it to a temperature below 10 ° C.
As for the waterings, we advise you to do them once or twice a week. The date tomato is an indefinite plant, that is, it may need supports, but above all it will need pruning. All you have to do is remove the part of the stem with the excess twigs.
Planting should take place in the spring, with a small difference between north and south Italy: in the south you can proceed as early as March, in the north you will have to wait for April or May. Space the seedlings 40ncm apart from each other with rows 100cm apart.
Rich in minerals and vitamins, especially A, C, B. Lycopene also confers preventive activity against tumors