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Plant: Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) | Variety: Black Krim

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Tomato (32289)
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Black Krim (633)

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jenniferworthen's Tomato 'Black Krim' Care Instructions

If sowing directly, aim to sow 0.78 inches (2.0 cm) deep and try to ensure a gap of at least 2.60 feet (80.0 cm).

Tomato 'Black Krim' normally grows to a mature height of 1.20 metres (that's 3.90 feet imperial) so ensure you have enough space in your garden for this plant.

Your garden has don't know light - a full sun position will ensure your plant thrives.

Your garden has combination soil: planting in loam soil will ensure your plant thrives.

Remember to water moderately.

Your garden's USDA Hardiness Zone (8b) is within the ideal range for Tomato 'Black Krim'. The recommended range is between Zone 3 and 14.

Try to keep the ph of your soil between the range of 5.0 and 6.8 as Tomato 'Black Krim' likes to be in acidic soil.

Common Tomato problems include Early Blight, Verticillium Wilt, Bacterial Canker, Bacterial Spot, and Bacterial Speck, so keep a close eye out for any developing symptoms.

More information about Tomato 'Black Krim' is available in the Folia gardener's wiki. All Tomato 'Black Krim' Care Instructions have been kindly provided by our members.

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4.38 lb : 8.0 item

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Comments

  • TangoFlowers

    TangoFlowers wrote:

    Congrats on the harvest. Do u like the flavor, and- Is it really black?
    would luv 2 see a pic of it! :)

    Posted on 01 Jun 11 (almost 3 years ago)

  • jenniferworthen

    jenniferworthen wrote:

    The flavor is really good! They’re pretty deep red on the outside, and dark purple on the inside. I added a picture of the 4 I’ve harvested so far. The plant is huge, too; it’s trying to take over its neighbors. I’ll save some seeds for swapping!

    Posted on 03 Jun 11 (almost 3 years ago)

  • TangoFlowers

    TangoFlowers wrote:

    TY for answering. :)
    Given how productive this plant is, Im glad u r saving seeds from it.
    Will u bag the blossoms to help prevent accidental crossing of tomato varieties?

    I like this pic which shows their outsides.
    A pic of a sliced one would be nice to see also. Especially since u say they r darker on the inside.

    Posted on 12 Jun 11 (almost 3 years ago)

  • jenniferworthen

    jenniferworthen wrote:

    It’s been amazingly productive! I’m very impressed with it. I should probably bag some blossoms, but I haven’t been. I’ve added bag-making to my to-do list, so hopefully I’ll get to it in the next week or two. I’m not too worried about it suddenly not producing, though!

    I’m adding a picture of the inside of one right now; it’s not the best picture in the world, so I’ll take another when the next one ripens as well.

    Posted on 12 Jun 11 (almost 3 years ago)

  • TangoFlowers

    TangoFlowers wrote:

    i hear this variety is tough but not bulletproof, so in theory a severe drought, very hi heatwave, or a disease such as late blight might cause it to stop or slow its production.
    And its not good to save seeds from diseased plants, so its suggested to bag seeds as soon as possible in the season.

    busy ppl who dont ever seem 2 find time 4 sewing their own bags can buy pre made mesh bags at a party supply store, or on ebay. pre made organza bags are commonly used to hold party favors or birdseed at weddings and baby showers, and are not costly.

    i think i will use a kneehi nylon stocking plus piece of yarn or twist-tie from the produce section to tie the nylon on with, as my bloom isolation bag- once i have something to isolate. :)
    No heirloom tomatoes in flower in my garden yet.

    Posted on 12 Jun 11 (almost 3 years ago)

  • jenniferworthen

    jenniferworthen wrote:

    Tango, do all varieties of tomatoes need isolated, or just the potato-leaf varieties like this one? I’ve read both online and wasn’t sure which was right.

    Posted on 03 Jul 11 (almost 3 years ago)

  • TangoFlowers

    TangoFlowers wrote:

    Depends who u ask. Seen all kinds of differing opinions about it, even between tomato experts!
    Its complicated and can lead to debates, so ill send u a PM to explain more.

    Posted on 03 Jul 11 (almost 3 years ago)

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