Where you plant your tomatoes in the garden is important. ... Tomato roots won't
do well in soggy soil -- a sunny, well-drained part of your garden is best.
Test the soil's acidity. Tomatoes favor a more acidic soil with a pH of 6.2 to 6.8.
Use a pH soil testing kit, available at home improvement and garden stores, ...
Work in 2-3 inches of compost or other organic matter into the top 6 inches. This
is especially important step in preparing your soil for planting tomatoes whether ...
Tomatoes, the most popular garden crop, grow best when transplants are 8 to 10
inches at the time of planting and when planted in well-prepared soil.
This is a guide about treating the soil after tomato blight. ... For early blight, once
the tomato plant is established, I always put a piece of copper wire through the ...
To get a bumper crop, stagger planting tomatoes to extend the harvest. ... Wait
until soil temperatures are at least 55 to 60˚F and days are in the 60s before ...
Jun 1, 2012 ... Scientists still don't know exactly what growing conditions are responsible for the
most flavorful tomatoes. But they have a few ideas that are ...
Plant tomatoes deep to build a strong root system that will keep the plant ... If I dig
up the ground a bunch and fill with good soil, would the plants grow? ... how do I
get rid of the problem ?, they are not our cats. thank you for a soulution.
Jul 26, 2009 ... The weather has really screwed up gardening for many this year where it ... Since
there is a plague of late blight for tomatoes and potatoes rumored ... some
serious organic treatment of the soil to rid it of as many of the spores ...
Jul 2, 2010 ... Tomato blight disease fighters; solarize soil; sanitize garden to get rid of blight;
avoid blight; keep blight away from garden next season; organic ...