Cherry tomato cultivation can be done successfully in Bihar, Jharkhand, Orissa, Uttarakhand, Delhi, Punjab, Bangalore and Jammu and Kashmir. Cherry tomatoes have a higher yield than common tomatoes. If you also want to cultivate it, then from here you can know some nuances related to its cultivation.
Too much heat and too cold are harmful for its plants.
For better growth of plants, it should be cultivated in polyhouse.
Cherry tomato plants grow like vines.
Plants range in length from 15 to 20 feet.
In the polyhouse, the plants are tied up with the help of a rope and raised.
Due to this, more fruits are produced in the plants, as well as the fruits of tomatoes do not stick to the ground and the fruits are saved from rotting and many diseases.
Irrigation should be done through drip in polyhouse.
Weed control is essential for better yields.
Control weeds by weeding and hoeing every 15 to 20 days.
About 12,000 saplings can be planted per acre of land.
Plants start bearing fruit 60 to 70 days after transplanting.
A yield of 5 to 6 kg of tomato is given per plant.
The price of cherry tomatoes in the market ranges from Rs 50 to Rs 150 per kg.
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