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Do You Make Any Of These 8 Tomato Plant Growing Mistakes?

Tomato plant problems, we share 8 common tomato growing mistakes and how to avoid them when planting, increase size, flavor, and overall output. [DETAILS]

38 Tomato Support Ideas For High Yielding Tomato Plants

There are several different schools of thought when it comes to supporting tomato plants. Some gardeners are advocates of simply allowing tomato plants to sprawl where they will. But if you have a smaller garden,

Why are My Tomato Leaves Curling and How to Fix It

If you're wondering "why are my tomato leaves curling", check out the reasons and how to fix this below. Tomatoes are one of the most popular vegetables grown. Whether you just started gardening or you’ve

Growing cherry tomatoes in pots on your deck, porch, balcony, or patio couldn't be easier! We'll show you how to grow cherry tomatoes in a pot including choosing the right container. This post is full of tips for nurturing cherry tomato plants.

Growing cherry tomatoes in pots on your deck, balcony, or patio couldn't be easier! We'll show you how to plant, nuture and grow cherry tomatoes in a pot.

Natural Fertilizer for Your Tomato Plants Will Do Wonders

In this article, we’ll take a closer look at why use Epsom salt on tomato plants, how it can help your tomatoes, and how to use Epsom salt for tomatoes for the given conditions.

When, Why & How To Prune Tomato Plants & Suckers - Tomato Care 101!

Learn why when and how you prune your tomato plants can make a huge difference in your plant's health, vitality, and overall production.

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If you've started your tomato plants from seed indoors, you need to go through a couple of steps before planting them in the garden. Most likely you'll need to "pot them up" to a larger container, and a couple of weeks later you'll need to "harden them off" for a short time before planting outside. Learn how here.
A few signs that your tomato plants are likely done for the season & can be removed. 1. They’re not producing fruit anymore 2. They’re looking scraggly and dried out 3. They’re not producing much new foliage You can pull them out, root and all. Or you can cut them at their base and let the roots decompose. Since we’re replanting in the next few days, we went with option 1. #gardeningtips #gardentips #vegetablegardening #gardeninghacks