What Happens If You Plant A Whole Tomato?
If you a planting out in the open, sprout seeds in End of March or early April, so you can plant your tomatoes in the ground in Mid-May (dates will vary based on whether the winter is lasting longer)
PLANTING SPROUTS: As soon as the seeds have sprouted, fill a container 3/4 full with potting soil, spread sprouted seeds over the top and cover seeds with potting soil. Lightly water. Keep the pot in a sunny area and keep the seedlings lightly moist
This technique helps the plants develop a sturdy structure of roots, perfect for supporting hefty tomato plants. Choose healthy plants that are 10 to 12 inches tall. Dig your hole about 12 inches deep for each plant and work a handful of good fertilizer into the hole
Tomatoes are a relatively easy plant to care for, and can in fact be grown from the seeds of a store bought tomato. Ferment the seeds, plant them in the ground and place a cage or stake near the growing plant, and in only a few months you will have a wonderful, nutritious fruit
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