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Slide 1: ==== ==== The Secrets for perfect Tomatos you will find here : http://5d37bxp8p2s9-69dq331vg3p21.hop.clickbank.net/ ==== ==== Tomato growing is one of the most popular things to do in the family garden. Nearly anyone can grow tomatoes, including children, and they are a remarkably versatile vegetable. Indeed, there's nothing better than picking a vine-ripened tomato for lunch or snagging that specimen left to ripen in the window sill and slicing it up for dinner. There's no better way to get you hands on a more delicious tomato, and being able to grow food for your family is a plus not only for security, but also in face of inflation. The only thing you need to stack the deck is the right tomato growing information. For starters, consider the variety you might want to choose. There are literally thousands upon countless thousands of types to choose from. You should have no trouble finding just the right type of tomato for your interests and growing environment. Of course, there may be cause for growing tomatoes of multiple varieties. We like to slice the little cherry tomatoes for pizza, but then there's nothing like a "thicker" Roma tomato if you're ambitious enough to attempt your own sauces. And once you consider that you'll want a nice, large slicing tomato for sandwiches and burgers, you may soon find you'll be growing several different types! A fun alternative is to have a group of people raise different types of tomatoes and then share the crop, your very own tomato growing co-op, since you'll likely have far more than you can eat anyway. Some of the most useful tomato growing information you can apply is the area-specific tips you'll have for your own growing conditions. In general, tomatoes thrive in warmer temperatures. Accordingly, they do not handle frost very well at all. It's ideal if the night temperatures can remain in the 60's. Daytime highs above the 60's is good, and growing tomatoes with daytime temperatures in the 80's and even 90's works great. The only main risk is that they can get scorched if it's too hot and there's too much blistering sun. A handy rule of thumb for growing tomatoes is to consider planting somewhere around the end of May. Of course, you can start your tomato growing endeavors sooner further south, and perhaps a bit later up north. When you do have the right time to plant, several tips will help make your tomato growing venture a success. Tomato plants start small, but get big. It's important not to plant too close to one another, as that will lead to the roots crowding and competing for resources. Additionally, tomato plants that are very close to each other make it simpler for disease and pests to move from one plant to the next. As a guideline, tomato growing tends to go well when plants are placed about 3 feet apart. In addition to the above risks for planting too close, another pitfall with putting plants too close is that they can really begin to shade one another, and deprive other plants of vital sunshine. Three feet of space will not only allow the plants to spread out and grow healthy, but also give you some
Slide 2: room to maneuver around them when it comes time to enjoy the fruit of your labor (literally)! Having covered some generic tips about growing tomatoes, remember that you'll have a big fork in the road when picking tomatoes. You can choose stand-alone varieties that grow as a separate plant. On the other hand, you can also choose types that are more like a vine, and they like to spread out and grow along some structure, just like a grape vine. If you choose the stand-alone plants, consider using a tomato cage around the plant to help give it some support. If you go with the vines, you'll want to consider using a trellis. Either way, it's good to support the weight once the tomatoes start producing. Additionally, it's good to prevent the tomatoes from touching the ground. They can easily become diseased or rot when touching the ground. If you implement this tomato growing information, you'll be well on your way to having a huge success. For some parting thoughts, note that tomatoes will want about 8 hours of sunshine per day. Be on the lookout for tomatoes that are wilting if getting too much sun. Tomatoes like their fair share of water, but try to have a soil that drains well. If you want to advance your skills, look into pruning as a way to maximize yield. Simply aim to get rid of non-productive vines that are not bearing fruit and are merely depriving other parts of the plant of valuable sunshine. Want more useful tomato growing information? Wilbur Clementine is a gardening enthusiast and tomato aficionado. Visit his tomato growing website at http://www.tomatogrowingdepot.com today and get your mini-course free! Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Wilbur_Clementine ==== ==== The Secrets for perfect Tomatos you will find here : http://5d37bxp8p2s9-69dq331vg3p21.hop.clickbank.net/ ==== ====

   
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