Growing Tomato

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17 Oct 19 lindsayshand (New Zealand - temperate climate)
what can i use to set my tomatoes to fruit
18 Oct 19 Anon (New Zealand - sub-tropical climate)
A few tips on growing tomatoes - make sure you have good rich prepared soil. Dig a hole 50cm deep and 60cm diameter. Put compost/manure into the soil or a hand full of fertiliser and mix it in. Plant the tomato in a bit of a hole and as it grows fill the hole in. Give tomatoes a good deep watering. Too much N and you will have a lot of leaves and little fruit. Too little fertiliser and you will have a small plant and a little crop. The secret is to know how much fert to put on and when. And start with a good strong seedling.

what can i use to set my tomatoes to fruit

- lindsayshand

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