Description of Vima strawberry varieties: Rina, Ksima, Tanda and Zanta

Description of Vima strawberry varieties: Rina, Ksima, Tanda and Zanta


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Among the great variety of varieties of large-fruited garden strawberries, there are those that can be called mega-fruited. As a rule, these are plants of the remontant type of fruiting, although there are exceptions. Many of them have already become hits on Russian plantations. For example, the Wim series, originated by the Dutch company Vissers Aardbeiplanten... This line contains four varieties of garden strawberries: Rina, Xima, Tanda and Zanta.

About the Wim series - in general terms

Vissers is an old and well-known breeding company specializing in strawberry breeding since 1961. The Vissers plantations are located in the southern part of the Netherlands, where the soil is sandy and light, there is a lot of light and other natural benefits that strawberries love so much..

The varieties of the Vima series, although combined into one line, are genetically different. The only relatives are Tarda and Zanta. Their main common feature is the high mass of fruits. If usually fruits of garden strawberries fluctuate within 30 gthen in Vima varieties this figure reaches 40-60 g, and in some cases and up to 100 g.

On the official website of the Vissers company, the varieties of the Wima series are distributed by the time of fruiting in this way:

Vima ZantaShort day varietyEnd of May - end of June
Vima XimaShort day varietyEarly June - early July
Vima TardaShort day varietyEarly June - early July
Vima RinaNeutral day varietyJuly - early November

Clarification is required here. In Russia, it is customary to distinguish between the concepts of "neutral day" (or "photoneutral") and "remontant". Reparability in the domestic scientific understanding is the ability to re-bear fruit. Such plants give 2-4 fruiting waves per season. Photoneutral varieties - these are those in which there is a continuous laying of flower buds. Such strawberries will bear fruit all season without interruption.

In Europe, however, the term “day neutral varieties” combines both remontance and photoneutrality. Therefore, sometimes confusion arises when translating. It happened with Wim Rin's strawberries. In many descriptions it is called remontant. but according to gardeners' reviews, she does not have a wave-like fruiting... This is precisely the variety of a neutral day.

Vima Rina

The Rina variety was obtained by chance, by free pollination of the well-known and very promising remontant strawberry Selva.

BushDensely leafy, semi-spreading, with strongly ribbed leaf plates of light green color. The ability to form whiskers is low.
FlowersWhite, of medium diameter, peduncles - flush with the leaves.
FruitLarge (45 g), conical with a pronounced neck, red, glossy. The taste is excellent, the tasting score is 4.8. The consistency of the pulp is dense, tender. The aroma is bright.
YieldAbout 800 g from 1 bush.
Winter hardinessHigh
Drought toleranceAverage
TransportabilityGood
Assignment of the varietyUniversal

In this way, the advantages of the Vima Rina variety include high productivity, large-fruited, transportability and winter hardiness.

The low ability of strawberries to throw mustache can be interpreted in two ways. On the one hand, it makes maintenance easier. On the other hand, it complicates the breeding of the variety.

Vima Zanta

Zanta has a royal lineage. It is obtained by crossing the super popular varieties Korona and Elsanta.

BushStrong, semi-spreading. The leaf plates are characteristically curled inward. Throws out a lot of mustache.
FlowersWhite, medium in size. The pubescent peduncles are located on the damage of the leaves, as the fruits are poured, they go down.
FruitVery high tasting ratings: juicy, medium-bodied, with hints of caramel and strawberry, with a strong aroma. Easily move away from the sepal, have a cavity inside. The shape of the fruit is generally round, flattened, but can vary from harvest to harvest. The color is red, without gloss.
Yield600-800 g from 1 bush
Winter hardinessAverage
Drought toleranceGood
ImmunityTo verticillium, fusarium, gray rot. May be affected by powdery mildew.
TransportabilityAverage
Assignment of the varietyFor fresh consumption, conservation, freezing.

Summarizing the data, the positive qualities of Wim Zant's strawberries are excellent taste, high yield, ease of reproduction, drought resistance and immunity to major fungal infections.

Vima Tarda

Tarda is the "daughter" of Wim Zant's strawberry, which appeared from crossing with another hardy "Dutchman" - the Vicoda variety.

BushStrong, with a powerful sheet apparatus. The leaf plates are dark green, glossy. Forms a little mustache.
FlowersWhite, medium-sized, with flower stalks at leaf level and slightly lower.
FruitVery beautiful, large, without cavity, dark red, shiny, with a rounded tip. The taste is pleasant, with a delicate aroma. The pulp is firm, dark red.
Yield600 g from 1 bush
Winter hardinessHigh
Drought toleranceAverage
ImmunityTall
TransportabilityExcellent
Purpose of fruitsFor processing, conservation, freezing

In this way, the main advantages of the Vima Tarda variety - large-fruited, resistance to climatic conditions and diseases, excellent transportability.

Strawberry fruits with dense pulp are very well stored and easily tolerate transportation, but they are inferior in taste to the best dessert varieties.

Vima Xima

The most "mongrel" strawberry from the series, which managed to surpass its three "namesakes". Obtained by selecting random seedlings.

BushDense, powerful, with bright dark green leaf plates. The permeation is low.
FlowersWhite, peduncles are carried out above the level of leaves, thick.
FruitVery large, weighing 60 g and more. The shape is cone-shaped or comb-shaped, the color is dark red. The pulp is very juicy, sweet, tender, but does not flow. The aroma is bright.
Yield700-800 g from 1 bush
Winter hardinessGood
Drought toleranceGood
ImmunityHigh to almost all fungal diseases. In a rainy summer, it can be affected by gray rot.
TransportabilityAverage
Purpose of fruitsUniversal

According to the responses of many gardeners, the Xima variety is the best in Wim's line. The size of the berries, especially the first picks, amaze the imagination, and the taste is beyond praise.... Quite good resistance of the variety makes it easy to adapt it for growing in most regions of Russia.

Care for varieties of long-term fruiting

The longer the strawberries bear fruit and the larger they form the fruits, the more food they need. The repaired and photoneutral varieties do not have enough atmospheric precipitation, soil resources and their own strength to continuously produce record yields. therefore when growing such strawberries, irrigation and fertilization come to the fore.

Intensive feeding are required during the entire growing season, including flowering, setting and pouring fruits, ripening and leaving the plant to rest. A monthly application of complete NPK complexes is required, as well as magnesium, calcium, boron, iron and manganese. Of course, such an intensive use of mineral fertilizers has negative consequences. In pursuit of harvests, you can "kill" the soil on the site in a few years.

In such a situation, modern technologies are able to help out - fertilizers with prolonged action. For example, APION... This abbreviation stands for automatic feed osmosis pump... This is a complete fertilizer, which is contained inside the soft dosing balls. One ball is buried under a strawberry bush, and fertilizers are released in a strictly metered dose throughout the season.

The most correct irrigation regime is created using drip systems. For the successful cultivation of strawberries with a long-term fruiting type, the installation of such a system is simply necessary.

Wim's strawberry pests

Vima strawberry varieties, like any others, can be attacked by pests.

Strawberry mite

Females of this insect make clutches on young, not yet unfolded leaves. Tick ​​colonies suck out cell sap, leaves curl, fruits are poorly tied and become smaller.

To combat strawberry mites in early spring, when the leaves are just beginning to unfold, they are treated with Karbofos, and before flowering - with Neoron.

Strawberry nematode

It is a roundworm that lives in the root system of a plant. The affected plant is strongly oppressed, weakens, deformed and soon dies... Nematodes multiply very quickly, so if you notice a diseased bush on the site, you need to immediately dig it up and burn it.

There is no specific treatment for the nematode, but for prevention you can plant marigolds around the perimeter of strawberry beds.

Weevils (elephants)

Females of the insect lay eggs in strawberry buds, and the hatched larvae eat them from the inside. Therefore, if a weevil attacked the plantation, you can lose the crop already at the flowering stage.

The solution of Fitoverm helps well from elephants, which need to process plants in the bud phase and during flowering. According to the observations of gardeners, wonderfully scare away pyrethrum weevils - garden daisies planted on strawberries.

Aphid

Another sucking pest and carrier of viral infections. Aphids can be defeated with the same Fitoverm or folk remedies... For example, an ash-and-soap solution. Grate a piece of household soap, or better tar soap, mix with a glass of wood ash and dissolve in 3 liters of water. All strawberry bushes are well washed with the resulting composition.

Reviews about varieties of Wima strawberries

Anna: I know Rina and Tanda well, they have been growing on my site for 5 years. In the heat last summer, Tanda got baked, but Rina survived and bore fruit until mid-October. The removed green berries ripened in 2 days.

Victoria: from large-fruited strawberries planted in one year Gigantella, Chamora Tarusi and Vima Ksima. Only the latter did not disappoint. Among all the giants - the latest, but the most delicious.

Sergey: Rina, Zantu and Tardu were planted on plantations in the Republic of Mari El. In our region, we had to abandon them. They matured poorly, did not gain sugar content, and were poorly pollinated. Perhaps in other regions they are better at unleashing their potential.

Valentina: Vima Zanta is a very tasty variety! In the first two years after planting, the berry was very large, but then it was crushed, the yields decreased. Sorry, but had to be removed.

Nikolay: Zanta is just a godsend for a home site. The taste, both fresh and processed, is excellent! Resistant to gray mold and root diseases. But it is not very suitable for industrial cultivation, it is removed without sepals, it is poorly transported.

Michael: Vima Xima is a super variety! The bushes are powerful, the berries are beautiful, tasty, not crunchy, sweet. Some copies were filmed and joked: not strawberries, but strawberry apples! The mass reached 100-120 grams. A real giant.

Conclusion

Large-fruited varieties of garden strawberries of the Vima series are not suitable for summer residents who visit the site with rare "forays". They require a lot of attention and care.... Sometimes they are "capricious", poorly adapting to local conditions. But if you manage to make friends with them, Vima varieties compensate for all efforts with a rich harvest of excellent berries.


Wima strawberry variety


Vima is a series of strawberry varieties from the Dutch producer Vissers Aardbeiplanten. It includes such well-known varieties as Rina, Zanta, Tarda, Xima and Kimberly. They are all known for their high yields. Their berries have excellent qualities, and the bushes have strong immunity. This article presents the Wima strawberry, its varieties and their features.


Strawberry variety Vima Ksima

Vima Ksima is a mid-late non-repairable variety of garden strawberries (strawberries) for universal use. Bred by specialists of the Dutch company Vissers Aardbeiplanten B. V. in 1981. In European countries, the variety has been known for a long time, is actively used by farmers and gardeners, and does not lose its popularity. In Russia, this strawberry appeared relatively recently, the official distribution began only in the 2000s. So, in 2006, an application was submitted to include the variety in the State Register of Breeding Achievements of the Russian Federation. Seven years later, after passing the tests, our heroine was added to the register with admission to growing in the Central region (Bryansk, Smolensk, Tula, Moscow, Ryazan, Ivanovskaya, Vladimirskaya, Kaluga regions). Vima Ksima is famous for its large fruits, good yield, excellent taste of berries and their excellent presentation. It is also characterized by winter hardiness, thanks to which it is promising for growing in regions with a cold climate.

The plant is powerful, semi-spreading, abundantly leafy. The whiskers are moderate, the whiskers are thick, green in color with a strong anthocyanin tint. The leaves are large, concave, slightly wrinkled and medium-silvery, dark green in color. The denticles of the edges of the sheet plate are rounded. The middle lobe of the leaf has an oval-rhombic shape. The petiole of the middle leaf lobe is longer than that of the lateral ones. The leaf petiole is thick, with medium pubescence, the hairs are not appressed. The flowers of the variety are bisexual, large, untwisted, white in color. The inflorescence consists of many flowers, while it is very compact. Strawberry flower stalks are quite short, located at the level of the leaves, at the first wave of fruiting they hold the harvest well, in subsequent ones they tend to lie on the ground under the weight of large fruits.

Vima Xima forms really large berries of a round-conical shape, without a neck, the largest specimens can be comb-shaped. The peel is rich, bright red; when the fruit is fully ripe, it turns dark red. Achenes are deeply impressed. The pulp is red, juicy, fleshy and quite dense, but not firm - it allows you to safely transport berries, while not spoiling consumer qualities, there is no crunch when biting. The fruits have a wonderful, pronounced strawberry aroma.

The taste of the variety is excellent. The taste is multifaceted, very sweet, with a subtle hint of sourness, which only emphasizes the sweetness. The fruits have a high sugar content - 10%. It is worth saying that the opinions of gardeners about the taste of strawberries differ. So, some praise and admire him very much, while others say that he does not represent something outstanding - an ordinary strawberry. However, we note that still those who like Vima Ksima in terms of taste are much more. Berries are versatile in use, suitable both for fresh consumption and for processing and freezing. They are excellent for transportation and short-term storage, which makes the variety very attractive for growing in order to sell fresh produce to the market.

The average weight of berries in the season is 25-30 grams, but specimens are often much larger, weighing up to 90 grams, and sometimes even more. In general, the size of the fruits depends on the growing technology - with intensive agricultural technology, really giants will form on the bushes. Also, the mass of strawberries depends on the age of the plants. So, in the third year after planting, the average weight of fruits can reach 90 grams. Thus, we can safely say that Vima Ksima in its large-fruitedness is comparable to the well-known Gigantella Maxim, and sometimes even surpasses it in this regard.And since we mentioned Gigantella, we can say this - in terms of maturation, she is almost identical to our heroine, and it is quite possible to consider Xima as a very good replacement for this "giant" variety. From her you will receive all the same huge fruits, but much tastier than that of Gigantella.

In terms of yield, our heroine also does not lag behind her rival. According to the State Register of Breeding Achievements of the Russian Federation, the strawberry yield during state tests was 145 c / ha. But this is far from the limit! As already mentioned, Vima Ksima responds well to intensive agricultural technology, so it is quite possible to get more than 1 kg of berries from a bush. Some sources report very decent results in the open field - up to 171 c / ha. In general, it should be said that varieties from the "Vima" group (Vima Zanta, V. Kimberly, V. Rina, etc.) have proven themselves very well as commercial ones, and are very promising for cultivation for the purpose of sale. As for the interests of ordinary gardeners, you can be sure that Vima Ksima will not disappoint you. With moderate agricultural technology, it also shows excellent results, the figure of 500 grams per bush is quite real. Again, this is far from the limit, it all depends on how much effort you spend on growing.

The variety ripens mid-late, 10-14 days later than the reference Elsanta. The first collection is carried out approximately in the second or third decade of July. Ripening occurs very amicably, besides, strawberries quickly give up the entire harvest, which is very convenient - the harvest is fruitful and in a short time. Gardeners also note that the already ripe fruits of Vima Ksim calmly "wait" on the picking bush, do not rot. True, insects, especially slugs, can get ahead of you. In a word, it is better not to delay the collection. Our heroine is distinguished by stable fruiting, the berries remain large throughout the season, you will never see little things on the bushes, with the right agricultural technology, of course.

According to the State Register of Plants of the Russian Federation, the variety was damaged by diseases and pests no more often than other standard varieties. According to gardeners, strawberries are very resistant to a wide variety of diseases, especially fungal ones, they perfectly resist spotting. As for pests, gardeners noted that absolutely all "residents" of the site love Vim Ksim berries. These are not only strawberry mites and weevils, but also ants, wasps, birds and other "neighbors". Very tasty, I guess! In general, it should be said that high-quality timely prevention will have an extremely positive effect on plants. Let's not forget that the variety is commercial, and therefore chemical treatments will be very useful to it. In principle, gardeners can do well with folk remedies.

The State Register reports that strawberries are winter-hardy, but other sources still recommend taking care of a good shelter for plants for the winter. Bushes can suffer especially badly during periods of little snow, so it is clearly not worth neglecting covering materials. The variety is moderately resistant to heat, it is highly desirable to provide shading for the plantings. It is worth noting that the berries are not baked in the sun, and the plants themselves are not particularly affected in hot seasons, but the yield and size of the berries may decrease. The variety does not tolerate drought well, the taste of the fruits and their weight, and hence the yield, deteriorate. Strawberries are moisture-loving, but it is not worth overmoistening the soil - the risk of fungal diseases will increase, the berries can rot, and the taste may suffer. By the way, in rainy seasons this can be a problem - a sickly part of the crop can rot, so you should take all the necessary measures to protect it.

In terms of agricultural technology, Vima Ksima is absolutely standard, does not require any special techniques, but needs high-quality, timely basic care measures. Loosening the soil, weeding, preventive treatments for diseases and pests, watering and feeding - that's the whole agrotechnical set. To achieve the best yield, you should be especially painstaking about irrigation, the best option is to install a drip irrigation system. Maintaining an optimal moisture level will have a very positive effect on the quantity and quality of the crop. With top dressing, the situation is quite simple - the more you "feed" the strawberries, the more response you will get from them, in reasonable quantities, of course.

Another agrotechnical nuance that should be paid attention to is that Vima Ksima reacts extremely negatively to excessive thickening. The bushes are very powerful, so they should be planted at a distance of at least 40 cm.With regard to longevity, it should be said that commercial varieties are usually used no more than two years. In general, our heroine can bear fruit at a high level for about 4-5 years, and for gardeners this is quite realistic, but for farmers it is no longer so unambiguous. With the age of plants, their resistance to diseases decreases, and often high costs are required for preparations for treatments. In their homeland, strawberries are usually grown in a two-year culture, but how appropriate such a scheme is in our conditions is up to you.

Let's summarize a little. Vima Xima is a very good variety that meets the requirements of both entrepreneurial farmers and ordinary gardeners. It is high-yielding, has good immunity, is famous for its taste and excellent presentation of berries. Strawberries are also relatively unpretentious in care - in comparison with other varieties, they cannot be called sissy. Of course, it is more "sharpened" for cultivation for commercial purposes, therefore it still requires sufficient attention to itself and does not forgive serious agrotechnical mistakes.

What about the disadvantages? They are pretty relative. Some gardeners do not like the taste - too mediocre, they want something incredible. However, it should be noted that Vima Xima has a very good balance of taste and marketability, which is often not the case with other commercial varieties. Another disadvantage is the low ability to adapt to different climatic conditions. After analyzing the reviews of gardeners, one can understand that not in every region the variety can take root and show good results. But it is clearly worth trying to settle this strawberry on your site.


How to care for a berry

A characteristic feature of such varieties is their absolute unpretentiousness. You do not need to use special agronomic techniques and create ideal conditions for the plant to grow. Strawberries Vima Tarda, Mashenka and Kupchikha perfectly tolerate the lack of moisture for a short period, do not freeze out in cold winters, and also do not need frequent feeding according to a complex scheme. Learn about the description of the Black Prince variety and about the features of its cultivation here.

At the same time, in order to achieve high yields, it is necessary to take into account the basic needs of the crop and try to create the most favorable conditions for its growth.

The video shows how to care for planted strawberries:

Important nuances when growing:

  • Regular watering. Strawberries of the Roxana variety, like this variety, are very fond of moisture, but with an excess of it, the berries can become watery and tasteless. The best way to irrigate plants regularly is with a drip irrigation system.
  • The sun's rays can bake the berry, so you can prepare a shade awning for this case.
  • The use of dressings is carried out according to the standard scheme.... It is usually enough to water with a solution of rotted manure or chicken every two to three weeks during the entire fruiting. During the budding period and after collecting the bulk of the crop, it is better to use mineral fertilizing.
  • Due to the good ability to form tendrils, plantings need thinning... The large size of the plant suggests a fairly large area for planting, and when the shoots thicken, the berries degenerate and are significantly smaller in size. But how it is necessary to feed the Victoria variety, and with what chemical compositions, is set out in the article at the link.
  • If it is necessary to breed seedlings for further use, it is advisable to grow them after harvest and no more than two pieces per piece. Other options can severely deplete the plant and it will survive the winter with less chances.

The Dutch variety of large-fruited strawberries "Vima Tarda" is distinguished by its late ripening period, as well as high productivity. The berries have excellent taste characteristics and good transportability, and the plant itself is resistant to typical diseases and pests. Our article will tell you how to grow this variety at home.


The promising Dutch variety "Vima Tarda" is a novelty of late-ripening garden strawberries. The hybrid form is obtained by crossing the Vima Zanta strawberry with the Vicoda. The peak of fruiting occurs in the first half of July. Reviews about this high-yielding and large-fruited variety are positive, but not numerous, which is associated with the relatively recent appearance of the hybrid on the domestic market.

The plant's bushes are very vigorous and dense, characterized by dark green, shiny leaves and abundant peduncle formation. Berries of large sizes, weighing at least 35-45 g, blunt-conical, covered with leaves. At the stage of full ripening, strawberries taste unusually pleasant, with a pronounced aroma, and delicate. The dark red pulp has sufficient density for transportation and storage. The slight formation of whiskers makes it easier to care for strawberry plantings. Ripe berries are ideal for freezing and any type of processing.

The indisputable advantage of cultivating the variety "Vima Tarda" is the increased resistance to the most dangerous and common diseases of strawberries, as well as good winter hardiness. "Vima Tarda" combines unpretentiousness and high yield, which reaches 10 tons from each hectare of berry plantings.

Fruiting of the Vima Tarda variety occurs in the first half of July


Vima Ksima

Unlike the previous variety, Vima xima adapts so easily to any climate that it pleases gardeners all over Russia and neighboring countries. And many summer residents who are familiar with the whole vima family believe that Vima ksima's garden strawberries are superior to other varieties of the series.

In the homeland of Vim, Ksima was already appreciated in the 80s of the last century, and the variety began to conquer Europe. With the beginning of the new millennium, strawberries crossed the borders of Russia, but it took almost 15 years for official recognition. By the time Vima Ksima got into the State Register, gardeners and summer residents were already growing and praising Dutch strawberries with might and main.

Agricultural technicians recommend the culture to the inhabitants of the Central Region, but the inhabitants of a more severe climatic zone master the cultivation of the variety, getting decent harvests.

Advantages of the variety

An overview giving a general idea of ​​Vima Ksima - a plant and a berry, in the video:

Characteristics noted by gardeners - fans of the variety, and some agricultural advice:

  • ripening times are medium late in recommended areas and late where summers are shorter and winters colder
  • the bushes are vigorous, and the peduncles are low - the berry is hiding under the foliage
  • the brushes are very compact - it is difficult to hold the weight of heavy berries, so the peduncles eventually lay on the ground
  • moderate growth - no difficulty in processing strawberry beds with sparse whiskers, but for reproduction this is a disadvantage
  • the yield is impressive: investing time and energy, the gardener collects a kilogram or more from the root (without additional fertilizing with standard care - 0.5-0.6 kg)
  • immunity protects against fungal and viral diseases, including spotting, rot
  • you have to beat off the harvest from all possible pests of strawberries - prevention is inevitable
  • winter hardiness allows you to cultivate Vima xima outside the recommended growing area
  • in the heat, the plantation is saved with a light canopy, shading the bushes: the berries are rarely baked, but the size and quantity are reduced
  • the variety is difficult to tolerate drought - frequent abundant watering will save the crop, but you cannot overdo it so as not to spoil the taste.

In a rainy summer, especially in cool dampness, Vima ksima is protected from waterlogging by a canopy made of film. After all, even a plant that is resistant to rot is capable of surrendering in such weather. And the taste will suffer.


Strawberry Vima Tarda: description, photo, reviews of cultivation

The new Dutch variety Vima Tarda is based on other outstanding species, namely "Vima Zanda" and "Vikoda". Late and very abundant fruiting, as well as resistance to bad weather and pests, gives a good prospect for the further spread of such a plant. You can find out the main characteristics and rules for caring for such strawberries from the information in our article.

Description of the garden strawberry variety Vima Tarda

This variety is obtained as a result of selective work. The name "Vima" indicates that it belongs to one of the most common Dutch hybrid strawberry families. But what the Ostara variety looks like, and how easy it is to grow it in your garden, is described in detail in this material.

The most popular of this series are considered "Vima Zanta", which also participated in the process of creating the above-described species, as well as "Vima Rina", which is almost identical in its characteristics to the varieties considered.

Other varieties of this "collection" are less common varieties "Vima Ksima", "Vima Kimberly". Perhaps the Dutch breeders will further delight gardeners with such novelties. How to properly water and fertilize the Selva variety is detailed here.

Qualitative indicators of the Vima Tarda variety:

  • The bush is large in size with wide dark green leaves and thick sturdy peduncles.
  • Fruiting is high, from one bush you can collect from 800 grams to a kilogram of berries.
  • Differs in late ripening, the beginning of the collection occurs from the beginning - mid-July.
  • Large berries of the correct conical shape.
  • Average fruit weight is from 30 to 45 grams.
  • The berries do not become smaller as the harvest progresses.
  • Excellent frost resistance, does not need winter shelter.
  • The fruits tolerate transportation and storage well.
  • It is characterized by increased resistance to most typical diseases.
  • Under favorable conditions, it continues to bear fruit throughout the season.

The video shows a description of the berry variety:

The fields of use of the fruit are very diverse. In addition to being eaten fresh, berries are often used for freezing, making jams and sweet baked goods. A big plus - strawberries of this variety are not boiled soft during heat treatment. This will allow you to make homemade flavored jams with whole berries.

Strawberries of these varieties are also often used to decorate fresh and canned cakes and desserts.

How and when to plant

It is best to purchase seedlings with a closed root system. So the plant will more easily transfer adaptation to a new place and give a harvest faster. It is believed that breeding hybrids cannot reproduce with seeds.

This statement is fundamentally wrong, because it is from the seeds that the original plant is obtained, which fully corresponds to the declared characteristics.

In this case, the propagation of strawberries with tendrils is several times more risky, because the plant can be pollinated with other varieties and even neighboring strawberries if insects - pollinators try.

But when it is necessary to plant the Sonata variety, and how to choose the correct planting material, is indicated in this article.

The main nuances of landing:

  1. The soil must be prepared in advance. Add humus, remove weed rhizomes and dig up for better aeration.
  2. In the prepared soil, it is necessary to make holes at a distance of 40 centimeters from each other. Add 5 grams of superphosphate and potassium nitrate to each well. Cover mineral fertilizers with earth on top so as not to burn the strawberry root system.
  3. Plant seedlings without deepening the growth point, compacting the soil around the roots.
  4. Water and mulch the soil well on top to retain moisture at the roots.

On the video - planting strawberry seedlings:

Growing strawberries "Vima Tarda" by seed is carried out according to the standard procedure. The seeds are stratified, soaked in a stimulating solution for root growth and a weak solution of potassium permanganate for disinfection and protection from diseases. After that, they are sown in prepared soil. It is necessary to provide a stable temperature regime and protection from drafts.

It is worth following the link and read the description of the Zephyr variety and the cultivation features.

But what the Bereginya variety looks like, and how large the fruit of this berry is, this link will help you understand.

By clicking on the link, you can find out more about the reviews of summer residents about the Chamora Turusi variety: //gidfermer.com/sadovodstvo/yagody/klubnika-chamora-turusi.html

After the seedlings sprout, it is necessary to row the crops a little. After the appearance of two or three permanent leaves, each seedling must be dived and planted in a separate container.

The plant is transplanted into open ground or a greenhouse after the appearance of the fifth to sixth leaf by the transfer method.

How to care for a berry

A characteristic feature of such varieties is their absolute unpretentiousness. You do not need to use special agronomic techniques and create ideal conditions for the plant to grow.

Strawberries Vima Tarda, Mashenka and Kupchikha perfectly tolerate the lack of moisture for a short period, do not freeze out in cold winters, and also do not need frequent feeding according to a complex scheme.

Learn about the description of the Black Prince variety and about the features of its cultivation here.

  • At the same time, in order to achieve high yields, it is necessary to take into account the basic needs of the crop and try to create the most favorable conditions for its growth.
  • The video shows how to care for planted strawberries:
  • Important nuances when growing:
  • Regular watering. Strawberries of the Roxana variety, like this variety, are very fond of moisture, but with an excess of it, the berries can become watery and tasteless. The best way to irrigate plants regularly is with a drip irrigation system.
  • The sun's rays can bake the berry, so you can prepare a shade awning for this case.
  • The use of dressings is carried out according to the standard scheme.... It is usually enough to water with a solution of rotted manure or chicken every two to three weeks during the entire fruiting. During the budding period and after collecting the bulk of the crop, it is better to use mineral fertilizing.
  • Due to the good ability to form tendrils, plantings need thinning... The large size of the plant suggests a fairly large area for planting, and when the shoots thicken, the berries degenerate and are significantly smaller in size. But how it is necessary to feed the Victoria variety, and with what chemical compositions, is set out in the article at the link.
  • If it is necessary to breed seedlings for further use, it is advisable to grow them after harvest and no more than two pieces per piece. Other options can severely deplete the plant and it will survive the winter with less chances.

The Dutch variety of large-fruited strawberries "Vima Tarda" is distinguished by its late ripening period, as well as high productivity. The berries have excellent taste characteristics and good transportability, and the plant itself is resistant to typical diseases and pests. Our article will tell you how to grow this variety at home.


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