Garden

Varieties of the largest eggplants

A native of the southern parts of the Eurasian continent - eggplant, today deservedly takes its place in the culinary world. This is one of the few products recommended by doctors as a mandatory component of the diet for diabetes.

The main misfortune of all nightshade is a disease known as the cucumber mosaic virus. For many years breeders have been trying to develop varieties resistant to this disease. Their efforts are usually justified.

Attention! Large-fruited varieties of "blue" is no exception. They are all resistant to this virus.

Large-fruited eggplants are becoming increasingly popular in private gardens. Often these eggplants are rounded. Large round eggplants are especially good for stuffing. The convenience of this form for preservation or quenching depends on the personal tastes of the gardener. Nevertheless, eggplants of such shapes and sizes are becoming increasingly popular.

Attention! The varieties Black Moon, Bull Heart, Sancho Panza, Bard and Bourgeois give spherical fruits.

Varieties with rounded fruits

Black Moon

Early ripe. Bred for cultivation in film shelter and open ground. Average Height sixty to seventy centimeters. Fruits, starting from one hundred and tenth day after sowing.

Eggplant green. Fruit weight up to four grams. The flesh is creamy, loose, without bitterness, with a mushroom taste and smell. The variety is universal.

Resistant to stress and disease. Cold resistant Differs in long plentiful fructification and high productivity.

Conclusion

When growing eggplants, you need to remember some points:

  • It is necessary to remove excess leaves, since the fruits of eggplants are tied only when the flowers are exposed to direct sunlight;
  • Watering eggplant should be twice a week. They do not like drying out the soil.

If you follow the rules of farming in relation to eggplant, these plants will delight you with a bountiful harvest of vegetables for your table and winter harvest.