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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]

6 Ways to Support or Train Tomatoes: Cages, Trellises & More

Learn 6 great ways to train and support tomatoes including cages, trellises, string, the Florida Weave, lower and lean system, and more.

7 Things To Put On Tomato Planting Hole

Follow these gardening tips on how to get the best tomatoes in the block by adding these 7 things before you put tomato plants into the planting hole.

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,

Did you know you'll get more tomatoes with PRUNING. Learn how to prune tomato plants for maximum yield, get more tomatoes, larger fruit, fruit that actually ripens quicker. We share [PRUNING DETAILS]

Pruning tomato plants for maximum yield, get more tomatoes, larger fruit, that ripens quicker. We share [HOW TO PRUNING DETAILS]

What to Plant With Tomatoes to Keep Bugs Away

Learn all about what to plant with tomatoes to keep bugs away so you can help keep your tomato plants healthy and free from any pests.

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Tomato Plant Companions - Best Plant Buddies

Looking for the best tomato companion plants for your garden? Here are some of the best (and worst) ideas for what to plant next to tomatoes.

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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