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  • #11158

    Justsimple
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    Evening everyone 🙂 I want to get some tomoatos growing, but I;ve never had much sucess – any top tips? I have some questions:
    *How many in a grow bag
    *how to choose healthy plants
    *feeding regimes

    probably more questions, but this will do for the moment

    Thanks!!!

    #11187

    PottedGirl
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    umm … i’m not an expert, but what usually works perfectly well for me:
    – 3 in a bag
    – push down around the stems and make sure they dont feel soft (the stems) or discoloured
    – tomorite every time!

    #11195

    KeenGardener
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    yes, id agree with what PottedGirl said. some people feed to a schedule, whereas some feed on intuition. if you ask your tomatoes they will let you know 😉

    #11218

    Basketcase
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    that’s just what ive done today! i like to feed on schedule. id recommend that you have a seperate watering can for tomorite as tomatoes are such delicate things – however much you rinse the can, you’ll never get rid of other chemicals!!

    #11536

    Justsimple
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    ooo thanks everyone. basketcase – really useful advice, thanks!

    #11713

    Abi Jackson
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    I’ve just spotted some little green tomatos on my *outside* plants!

    #12178

    Justsimple
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    lots of little tomatoes growing 🙂 fingers crossed, its looking like quite a crop …. not counting my chickens n all that though!!

    #12359

    Abi Jackson
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    nom, nom, nom … i’ll got quite a crop appearing!!! yummy

    #20219

    Grabede
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    VERY IMPORTANT – don’t plant tomatoes any where near places where you’ve used any weedkillers recently – they are VERY sensitive

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