Date tomato 'Cupido grafted'

planting site / location:
planting distance:
60 x 80 cm
soil / fertilisation:
Tomatoes prefer a loose, nutritiuos, humic and moist soil. When bedding out use slow-release fertiliser and extra liquid fertilser when needed.
Tomatoes need a lot of water and nutrients. Water and fertlise generously.
gardener's tip:
Choose a warm, sunny and sheltered location for your tomatoes. Tomatoes grow best when they are protected against the rain by foil, glass or a roof overhang. This reduces the risk of infection of leaf blight. The grafted part of the plant must remain above the soil.
The new date tomato 'Cupid' is something special. Because of its unusual plum-shape with brightly red fruits it is also called "Kiss Tomato". They just have the right size to be nibbled and a sugar-sweet flavour. Perfect to enjoy as a healthy snack again and again. 'Cupid' is well-branched, with cluster-shaped panicles and high yields. The small fruits of the grafted, plum-shaped tomato 'Cupid' F1 taste as sweet as sugar and are especially popular with children. The bushy panicles branch out well and form clusters of delicious fruits. The fruit weight is about 10-12 g. Because of the grafting, the tomato has a very vigorous habit and higher yields. Particularly at places where tomatoes have been planted before.

refined / grafted

german term: Date tomato
botanical termn: Lycopersicum esculentum
plant height: 150 - 200 cm
life cycle: annual
harvest season: July to October
use: As a snack or for hot and cold meals, soups and salads.
colour palette: blue


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