Growing a Tomato Plant Successfully

Growing a Tomato Plant Successfully

Each summer are you hoping to grow some of the most scrumptious and juicy tomatoes, and you fall flat? Growing great tomatoes is certainly something that can…
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Question by Shawn Mullaly: how to grow tomatoes?
i want to grow a lot of tomatoes on my deck next spring. What are the best kinds?

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Answer by Mikey
Tomato Seeds + Dirt x Water = Tomatoes

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  1. Your going to need to plant them in a sunny area with good soil and water as needed add some fertilizer but not a lot, to much watering will stunt their growth.

  2. If you’re growing them on your deck, how about cherry tomatoes or plum tomatoes. They do not like moisture on the leaves and it needs to be fairly warm for them to be successful so I think these varieties should do well on a deck. Add Osmicote, Potash, and Potassium to your soil as fertilizer. Only water the base of your plants. Do not water the leaves and tomato tops because they will get a fungus called blight! If you get a lot of rain in your area, you can purchase plastic tents that you wrap around your plants to protect them from the weather. Go to a garden center to find out what I am talking about.

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    I don’t like cherry tomatoes but if you do, almost any variety will work.

    Hope this helps


  4. I love my Topsy Turvy Hanging Tomato Planter – makes it very easy….right now it’s on sale at Spray-N-Grow

  5. Many Kinds are available to grow depending on your taste. First thing is that you must grow the seeds early inside, say about end of Feb and plant out when warmer. There is lots of information to look for getting best results but you can look on this site to get further info.

    When you start to plant your seed try a few seeds and pick the best and healthier ones as some will grow week which you can pull out.

    Best of luck and enjoy planting.

    I hope that was helpful information

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