An excellent variety for beginners and farmers - Dinka tomato F1: characteristics and description of the variety, photo

An excellent variety for beginners and farmers - Dinka tomato F1: characteristics and description of the variety, photo

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Choosing which seeds to plant for seedlings to get a good harvest of delicious early ripening tomatoes? For lovers of tall graceful plants in their beds and for gardeners who strive to grow a lot of sweet and sour tomatoes in a short time, there is an early variety called "Dinka".

This type of tomato can be easily grown by beginners and hobbyists with a small space in the greenhouse.

Dink tomatoes: variety description

Variety nameDinka
general descriptionEarly maturing indeterminate variety of tomatoes for growing in open ground and greenhouses
Ripening period80-90 days
The formFruits are even, rounded
ColorRipe fruit color is red
Average weight of tomatoes100-200 grams
Variety yield12 kgs sq.m
Growing featuresStandard agricultural technology
Disease resistanceRequires disease prevention

This is an early ripe hybrid, from the moment the seedlings are planted until the first ripe fruits appear, you need to wait 80-90 days. Has the same name hybrids F1. The bush is indeterminate, that is, a plant with no growth restrictions.

Like many new varieties, it resists rot, fusarium, late blight and harmful insects well. Recommended for planting outdoors, but many are grown in greenhouse shelters.

Ripe tomatoes Dink F1 have red fruits, round in shape, uniform, even. The taste is typical for tomatoes, sweet and sour, well expressed. The weight of a tomato ranges from 100 to 200 grams, during the first harvest it can reach 250 grams.

Number of chambers 5-6, dry matter content up to 5%, sugars 2.6%. The harvested fruits can be stored for a long time and transported over long distances for sale.

Variety nameFruit weight
Dinka100-200 grams
Golden Stream80 gram
Salting miracle90 grams
Locomotive120-150 grams
President 2300 grams
Leopold80-100 grams
Katyusha120-150 grams
Aphrodite F190-110 grams
Aurora F1100-140 grams
Anyuta F195-120 grams
Boney M75-100


Dinka f1 tomatoes are representatives of the Belarusian selection; they received state registration as a hybrid recommended for growing in unprotected soil and film shelters in 2005. Since that time, the variety has been in steady demand among farmers and summer residents, due to its high commercial and varietal qualities.

This variety is more suitable for the southern regions, where it gives a consistently large harvest. Astrakhan, Volgograd, Belgorod, the Republic of Belarus, Crimea and Kuban are ideal. It also grows well in other southern regions. In the middle lane, it is recommended to cover it with a film.

In the North and in the Urals, it grows only in heated greenhouses, but in cold regions the yield may drop and the taste of the fruit may deteriorate. The fruits are optimally combined with other fresh vegetables and look good in the first and second courses. They make delicious juice, lecho and ketchup.

Dinka tomato can also be used in home canning and barrel pickling.... Some amateurs complain about the lack of sugar and are often used simply for juice processing.

In the open field, up to 3 kg of tomatoes can be harvested from each bush, with a recommended planting density of 3-4 bushes per sq. m, thus, it comes out up to 12 kg. In a greenhouse and greenhouses, the result is 20% higher, that is, about 14 kg. This is certainly not a record yield, but still not so bad.

Variety nameYield
Dinka12 kg per square meter
Black moor5 kg per square meter
Apples in the snow2.5 kg per bush
Samara11-13 kg per square meter
Apple tree of Russia3-5 kg ​​per bush
Valentine10-12 kg per square meter
Kate15 kg per square meter
Explosion3 kg per bush
Crimson ringing18 kg per square meter
Yamal9-17 kg per square meter
Crystal9.5-12 kg per square meter

A photo

Look at the photo below: Dink's tomato f1

Advantages and disadvantages

Among the main positive qualities of this hybrid are noted:

  • resistance to temperature extremes;
  • tolerates transportation well;
  • heat and drought tolerance;
  • early maturity;
  • beautiful appearance.

Among the shortcomings, one can single out not the highest taste, not very high yield and exactingness to feeding.

Growing features

The variety does not differ in special qualities. The plant is tall, the brush is densely hung with tomatoes. It should also be noted early maturity and resistance to temperature extremes. Seedlings are sown in March. Diving at the age of 1-2 true leaves. The trunk of the bush needs a garter, and the branches in supports, as the plant is strong, with good branches.

Seeds are sown in March and early April, seedlings are planted at the age of 45-50 days. Undemanding to the soil. He loves natural feeding with manure or chicken droppings 4-5 times per season. Watering with warm water 2-3 times a week in the evening.

Diseases and pests

Those who grow Dink's tomato f1 have to deal with diseases. But they can be warned in time. Such measures as: airing greenhouses, observing the regime of light and temperature, loosening the soil will prevent diseases.

Most importantly, it will eliminate the need to use chemicals for treatment. As a result, you will get a pure product that will be useful for both children and adults.

Of the harmful insects, it is often damaged by melon aphids and thrips; the preparation "Zubr" is successfully used against them. In the open ground, there are invasions of slugs, they are collected by hand, all the tops and weeds are removed, and the ground is sprinkled with coarse sand and lime, creating a kind of barriers.


As follows from the general overview, such a tomato is suitable for beginners and gardeners with minimal experience. Even those who start growing tomatoes for the first time can cope with it. Good luck and a good summer season!

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