How?Deep To Plant Tomatoes

How?Deep To Plant Tomatoes. Deep planting may go against the grain in the home gardening world. To provide adequate room for root growth, till the soil to a depth of at least 8 to 12 inches.

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Tomatoes need a deep planting hole to develop strong, healthy roots. And when it comes to growing larger varieties of tomatoes (or any vegetables for that matter), success is all about developing healthy, strong roots. Prune your tomato before planting.

Tomato plants with deep root systems can stay healthier and keep fruiting till the end of the season.

Make certain the pot is deep enough to accommodate the plant's root system. When planting, place transplants down so that 1/3 to 1/2 of the plant is in the ground. The secret to growing tomatoes in 5 gallon buckets Learn how to plant tomatoes so they grow tall and strong, with plenty of root support.

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