Tomate Little Napoli
The only variety of small red tomatoes type roma. Perfect for salsa and sauces. Very productive.
Port plant: determined
Maturity: 60 days
Fruit weight: 30g
It can be transplanted into a pot of 10″ or more or in the ground in the vegetable garden. Prepare your soil well by incorporating a lot of manure or compost, at least 30 cm deep. Fertilize regularly and water thoroughly.
In the vegetable garden, transplant tomato plants to 45-60 cm of spacing, in rows 90 cm apart. Plants will need heat and sun for at least 6 hours a day.
Little Napoli is disease tolerant and offers excellent yield considering the small size of its plant.
Harvest the fruit as it ripens. Before freezing, if the plants still have unmural tomatoes, remove the plants from the soil by holding them through the roots, and hang upside down inside to allow the remaining fruit to ripen.
Good companionship: artichoke, asparagus, basil, borage, carrot, celery, celeriac, chives, cabbage rave, watercress, strawberry, bean, mash, mint, turnip, onion, parsnips, parsley, leek, radish, sage, thyme
Enemy plants: garlic, eggplant, worm, bee, broccoli, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, cucumber, pickle, squash, zucchini, shallot, spinach, fennel, corn, onion, okra, chilli, pepper, peas, potato