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Old March 9, 2018   #1
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Default Tomato Arielle F1

This year I want to try to grow a new Arielle F1.
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Do youu have any experience with this variety?
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Old March 16, 2018   #2
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Two days ago, I received two seeds of this German variety from Slovakia. I will grow them this year.
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The fruits of the red cherry tomato mature on long panicles. However, if you want to use them as a dry tomato, the panicles are dried after harvest in a breezy, warm place within 4 weeks to tomato raisins. But you can also dry in the warm greenhouse directly on the plant and harvested as dried fruit. So you will never again have a surplus of fruits!

Exciting: a tomato that can become a dry tomato even at the plant without first getting bad. The secret is that the tomato skin has many small, fine hairline cracks. Moisture can escape through the hairline cracks, turning the fruit into a delicious, aromatic dry tomato.
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Very interesting! I bet the "raisins" are good for cooking.

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yes, the raisins look delicious.
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Wow, fungus/bacteria doesnt enter the tomato due to the checking cracks? That looks like it would be very good to drop into a soup in the winter and allow to re-hydrate.
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I drank the tomatoes in the sun. So far they are dried in half. I'd rather eat them now. Taste excellent. Directly on the plant did not go dry, individual fruits gradually fell.
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