Syngenta Saaho TO-3251 Tomato Seeds, Round Shape, Best For Rabbi, Kharif And Summer
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Descriptions

Discover the potential of our premium tomato seeds, designed for outstanding performance and exceptional yield. These determinate plants boast dark green foliage with excellent stay-greenness and superior heat tolerance, making them a top choice for gardeners and farmers aiming for firm, high-quality fruits.

Key Features:

Plant Type: Determinate

Foliage: Dark green with long-lasting greenness

Heat Tolerance: Exceptional heat set capability

Fruit Quality: Firm and durable with high yield potential

Traits & Characteristics

Fruit Color: Deep red and glossy when ripe

Fruit Shape: Uniform flat round

Average Yield: 25-40 metric tons per acre (depending on season and cultivation practices)

Fruit Weight: 80-100 grams

Recommended Cultivation States

These tomato seeds are well-suited for a variety of agro-climatic conditions and can be cultivated in the following states:

Kharif, Rabi, Summer Season: Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Haryana, Punjab, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Bihar, Jharkhand, Assam, Himachal Pradesh, North Eastern states.

Agronomic Practices

Field Preparation

Ensure the field is well-prepared, weed-free, and has good drainage. Perform 1-2 deep ploughings and expose the soil to sunlight. Achieve a fine tilt with 3-4 rounds of harrowing. Before the final harrowing, apply 8-10 metric tons of well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) per acre along with 250 grams of Trichoderma to control soil-borne fungi.

Seed Treatment

Treat the seeds with Thiram at a rate of 3 grams per kilogram of seeds.

Sowing Time

Suitable for Rabi, Summer, and Rainy seasons.

Sowing Method

Use line sowing on raised beds (180x90x15cm). For 1 acre, prepare 10-12 beds. Maintain 8-10 cm row spacing and 3-4 cm seed spacing, sowing seeds at a depth of 0.5-1.0 cm. Transplant seedlings at 21-25 days with a spacing of 120x60 cm.

Fertilizer Requirements:

Dose & Timing

Basal Dose: Apply 33% nitrogen and 50% phosphorus and potassium during final land preparation.

Top Dressing: Apply 33% nitrogen and the remaining phosphorus and potassium at 30 days after transplanting, and 34% nitrogen at 50 days after transplanting.

Weed Control

Timely weed removal is crucial. Conduct hand weeding as needed to maintain a healthy crop.

Disease & Pest Control

For effective crop management, use the following solutions:

Post-Transplant Soil Drench: Voliam Flexi @ 200 ml/acre

Powdery Mildew and Late Blight: Amistar @ 200 ml/acre, Amistar TOP @ 200 ml/acre, Revus @ 160 ml/acre, Folio Gold @ 400 ml/acre

Alternaria/Anthracnose: Blue Copper @ 600 g/acre

Alternaria: Kuman L @ 600 ml/acre and other recommended fungicides

Aphid, Jassid, White Fly: Actara @ 40 g/acre, Alika @ 50 ml/acre

Fruit Borer: Alika @ 50 ml/acre, Matador @ 120 ml/acre

Irrigation Schedule

Irrigation Frequency Depends on:

Soil Type: Light soils require more frequent irrigation, while heavy soils require less.

Crop Stage: Maintain adequate moisture during the vegetative stage. Use frequent and shallow irrigation during flowering and fruiting stages. Gradually reduce irrigation during harvesting.

Growing Season:

Summer: Requires frequent irrigation

Winter: Requires less frequent irrigation compared to summer

Rainy: Minimal irrigation depending on soil moisture

Harvesting

Harvest the fruits at physiological maturity, which typically begins 65-70 days after transplanting, depending on the season and climate. Perform harvesting at intervals of 4-5 days to ensure optimal fruit quality. For market and transportation purposes, adjust the picking times based on the type and distance of the market.

Comprehensive Guide for Cultivation

Our tomato seeds are designed for flexible agronomy, thriving across a variety of regions and conditions. Below is a detailed cultivation guide to help you achieve the best results.

Suitable Regions

These tomato seeds are highly adaptable and can be grown successfully in the following regions:

Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal, Rajasthan

Field Preparation

Select a field with good drainage and minimal weed presence. Perform 1-2 deep ploughings to prepare the soil, and expose it to sunlight. Follow with 3-4 rounds of harrowing to achieve a fine tilth. Before the final harrow, incorporate 8-10 metric tons of well-decomposed FYM per acre along with 250 grams of Trichoderma to combat soil-borne fungi.

Seed Treatment

Treat seeds with Thiram at 3 grams per kilogram to protect against fungal infections.

Sowing Time

These seeds are suitable for planting in Rabi, Summer, and Rainy seasons.

Sowing and Transplanting

Seed Rate: 40-50 grams per acre.

Bed Preparation: Prepare raised beds of 180x90x15 cm dimensions. For 1 acre, 10-12 beds are needed.

Sowing: Conduct line sowing on weed-free nursery beds. Maintain row spacing of 8-10 cm and seed spacing of 3-4 cm. Sow seeds at a depth of 0.5-1.0 cm.

Transplanting: Transplant seedlings at 21-25 days after sowing. Maintain a spacing of 120x60 cm between rows and plants.

Fertilizer Application

Total N:P Requirement: 100:150:150 kg per acre.

Basal Dose: Apply 33% nitrogen and 50% phosphorus and potassium during final land preparation.

Top Dressing: Apply 33% nitrogen and the remaining phosphorus and potassium at 30 days after transplanting, and 34% nitrogen at 50 days after transplanting.

Weed Management

Perform timely hand weeding to ensure a healthy crop environment.

Disease and Pest Management

After Transplanting: Drench soil with Voliam Flexi @ 200 ml/acre.

Powdery Mildew and Late Blight: Apply Amistar @ 200 ml/acre, Amistar TOP @ 200 ml/acre, Revus @ 160 ml/acre, Folio Gold @ 400 ml/acre.

Alternaria/Anthracnose: Apply Blue Copper @ 600 g/acre.

Alternaria: Apply Kuman L @ 600 ml/acre. Use other fungicides as recommended by local agricultural authorities.

Aphid, Jassid, White Fly: Apply Actara @ 40 g/acre, Alika @ 50 ml/acre.

Fruit Borer: Apply Alika @ 50 ml/acre, Matador @ 120 ml/acre.

Irrigation Schedule

Soil Type: Light soils require more frequent irrigation, while heavy soils need less.

Crop Stage: Ensure adequate moisture during the vegetative stage. Use frequent and shallow irrigation during flowering and fruiting. Reduce irrigation gradually during harvesting.

Growing Season:

Summer: Requires frequent irrigation.

Winter: Longer intervals between irrigations compared to summer.

Rainy Season: Minimal irrigation needed, based on soil moisture levels.

Harvesting Guidelines

Harvest fruits at their physiological maturity, typically 65-70 days after transplanting. Perform harvesting at 4-5 day intervals to maintain optimal fruit quality. Adjust harvesting times according to market type and transportation requirements.

By following these guidelines, you can maximize the yield and quality of your tomato crop, ensuring a successful and profitable harvest.

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Address of origin: Syngenta India Ltd Survey No - 110/11/3, Amar Paradigm Near Hotel Sadanand, Baner Road Pune, Maharashtra 411045