How To Properly Plant A Tomato To Get 5–8ft Plants

If you follow the tips we provide in this article, you will definitely taste the most delicious, sun-warmed, fresh tomatoes from your own garden.

Tomatoes are in fact very easy to grow and give a lot of produce. Yet, they love heat and cannot tolerate frost.

This is how to properly plant a tomato and have 508ft tomato plants the next season:

First, you need to purchase a tomato plant, which you will later transplant in your garden. If you have experience in this, you can also start it from a seed. Then, start the seed in a greenhouse or a sunny window indoors a month before setting them out in the garden.


Then, place the transplants in the sunniest areas of the garden. Tomatoes need to receive at least 7 hours of sun daily. The tomatoes should be planted ft apart. Dig a large hole, about 2ft, as the plant should be entirely into the soil.

Then, add fish heads in the hole. You can find some at the butcher’s, at a fishmonger, or in a restaurant. Yet, if you cannot find heads, you can also use spines, tails, guts, as well as crab, lobster, and shrimp shells.

You can also substitute all this with 2 handfuls of fish meal. Then, you should also add 2 aspirins, which will boost the immune system of the plant, and 3-4 crushed chicken egg shells, as they have calcium, which helps the rotting of the blossom end.

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