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Black Prince Tomato

Black Prince tomatoes are from Siberia and have excellent cold weather tolerance. Perfect for Northern climates, these easy to grow tomatoes only need 72 days to reach maturity. Classic rich tomato flavor with a slight sweetness. The black prince Russian tomato an excellent slicing tomato you should have in your garden. Clicking the links below will open a new window on eBay with a full description of the Black Prince tomato seeds for sale.

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White Tomato

White heirloom tomato varieties are sweet with a low acid content, making them a very mild tomato. White tomatoes look great in the garden and allow you to use more color contrast in your salads and cooking. These mild flavored white tomatoes are perfect for a dish where you want a tomato taste that won't overpower the other ingredients. White tomato varieties are easy to grow and have the same care requirements of any other tomato variety. Clicking the links below will open a new window on eBay with a full description of the white tomato seeds.

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White Wonder Beefsteak Tomato 50 thru 1 2 OZ seeds Unique Heirloom 221 White Wonder Beefsteak Tomato 50 thru 1 2 OZ seeds Unique Heirloom 221 $0.99
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Snow White Cherry Tomato Seeds Bushy productive plants Sweet and flavorful Snow White Cherry Tomato Seeds Bushy productive plants Sweet and flavorful $2.99
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White Beauty Tomato Heirloom Seeds Non GMO Untreated Open Pollinated White Beauty Tomato Heirloom Seeds Non GMO Untreated Open Pollinated $2.50

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Tomato Plants

Tomato plants and tomato seedling available for sale on the web and by mail order. Tomato seedlings and plants can kick start your garden, saving the challenges of seed starting. In cooler climates, this can really help you get your tomato garden started earlier, as the plants are started in warmer climates and can be planted in your yard the day that the growing season begins. You'll be eating fresh tomatoes much sooner if you buy a grown plant. The links below will open a new window on eBay with a full description of the tomato plants for sale.

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Italian Tomatoes

Italian tomato seed varieties cover the full range of tomato types. San Marzano and other Italian paste tomatoes make excellent, flavorful sauces. Roma and other plum tomatoes are firm and contain less seed and pulp than the others. These characteristics make the plum tomato varieties perfect for fresh eating with a little salt, on a salad, or baked with with Parmesan cheese and mayonnaise on top. Clicking the links below will open a new window on eBay with a full description of the Italian tomato seeds for sale.

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Grape Tomato

Heirloom grape tomato seed varieties are sweet, grape-sized tomatoes you can easily grow at home. Grape tomatoes are related to cherry tomatoes and pack a powerful flavor punch. You don't have to pay high grocery store prices for these sweet little treats. Clicking the links below will open a new window on eBay with a full description of the grape tomato seeds.

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Sprouting Seeds

Planting Tomato Seeds

Tomato seeds can be planted directly into the ground or sown indoors. Many people find that sowing indoors is the easiest and promising method, depending on preference and climate.

Sprouting Tomato Seeds Outdoors

Tomatoes rely on warm weather conditions and grow best when the soil is above 60 degrees F. After the soil is prepare, dig holes that are about 1 inch deep and place 2 seeds in each hole and cover with the soil again. Water the soil enough that it becomes very moist and when the plant begins to grow up to about 7 inches in height, you may want to tie the stem to a support stake with twine.

Sprouting Tomato Seeds Indoors

Sowing seeds indoors tends to have a higher growth rate which is why many gardeners use this method. Fill containers that are about 3 inches deep below the rim with a seed starting mix, moisten the mix and let it drain. Plant one or two seeds per pot and cover the seeds with compost or potting mix and moisten lightly. You should place the container in a warm and dry location where the plants will not experience any drafts.

In about 7-10 days, the seedlings will begin to grow whether they are planted outdoors or indoors. For indoor plants, the containers should move to a place that gets a lot of light, but not direct sunlight. A windowsill is a very good location if the sunlight is blocked to prevent burning leaves. The roots of the indoor plants will begin to grow out of the bottom of the container within 4 weeks after planting. At this point, you should transfer the plants to larger individual pots that are 5 inches deep.

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How To Grow Tomatoes

Tomatoes are not only one of the most popular foods in the world, but are among the healthiest as well. Many people enjoy growing their own tomatoes in their gardens considering that homegrown tomatoes are highly nutritious and flavorful right off the vine. One tomato plant can produce up to 10 pounds of fruit and there are different varieties of tomatoes to grow. Watering tomato plants frequently is very important for a bountiful harvest and healthy plants.

Conditions for Planting

When planting tomatoes, there are three major conditions to consider. A good location with Sunshine is essential. Next, the soil needs to be prepared at least two weeks before planting the tomato seeds. The best way to prepare soil is to dig it and add natural compost and organic matter and frequent watering for moisture. The third condition to consider is temperature because tomatoes cannot withstand frost and cold. When the weather gets cold, the plants should be covered. The temperature of the soil must stay above 10 degrees Celsius or 50 degree Fahrenheit. It is recommended that the best time to sow tomato seeds is late March or early April or 4 weeks after the last appearance of frost.

Planting the Seeds

Tomato seeds can be planted directly into the ground or sown indoors. Many people find that sowing indoors is the easiest and promising method, depending on preference and climate.

Tomatoes rely on warm weather conditions and grow best when the soil is above 60 degrees F. After the soil is prepare, dig holes that are about 1 inch deep and place 2 seeds in each hole and cover with the soil again. Water the soil enough that it becomes very moist and when the plant begins to grow up to about 7 inches in height, you may want to tie the stem to a support stake with twine.

Tomato Seedling Emerging

Tomato Seedling Emerging

Sowing seeds indoors tends to have a higher growth rate which is why many gardeners use this method. Fill containers that are about 3 inches deep below the rim with a seed starting mix, moisten the mix and let it drain. Plant one or two seeds per pot and cover the seeds with compost or potting mix and moisten lightly. You should place the container in a warm and dry location where the plants will not experience any drafts.

In about 7-10 days, the seedlings will begin to grow whether they are planted outdoors or indoors. For indoor plants, the containers should move to a place that gets a lot of light, but not direct sunlight. A windowsill is a very good location if the sunlight is blocked to prevent burning leaves. The roots of the indoor plants will begin to grow out of the bottom of the container within 4 weeks after planting. At this point, you should transfer the tomato seedlings to larger individual pots that are 5 inches deep.

Transplanting Pots

When the seedlings have their second set of “true leaves,” it is time to transplant them to larger individual pots that are filled with potting mix, moistened and drained. To transplant the seedlings, remove them by

Tomato Seedling True Leaves

Tomato Seedling True Leaves

squeezing the sides of the pots and turning them upside down. The soil ball needs to be pulled apart to separate the root-balls of the seedlings from one another very gently. The seedlings should be planted in the new containers with holes poked in the mix. Make sure the mix is firm around the seedling and water it quickly. These pots should be placed in bright light, but not direct sunlight. You should feed the seedlings each week with fertilizer and water frequently without overly watering them.

The tomato plants will be ready to transplant outside after 7 weeks of growing or when they’ve reached 6-7 inches in height. But first, they should be “hardened” by taking the plants outside during the day and gradually for long hours until ready to be left overnight.

To transplant, holes must be dug in the ground in a location that has a lot of light. The plants should be set 12 to 24 inches apart depending on the variety and should be planted deeply. When transplanting, do not disturb the roots and place the plant in the hole and fill with more soil. You may also loosely tie the stem of the plant to a stake with twine for added support or use cages for protection. Support stakes and cages should not harm the roots. Plants should be fertilized on a regular basis and watered frequently to avoid dryness, cracking and splitting of the fruits.

Pruning and Harvesting Tomato Plants

Pruning is important to maintain healthy plants. Tomato bush plants, or determinate varieties, do not need much pruning but dead yellow leaves should be clipped to prevent decay. Upright tomato plants, or indeterminate varieties, will require pruning when you first notice the fruits beginning to form. At this point, the plant will have small shoots or suckers in between the leaf stems and main stem.

The best amount of trusses to keep on your plant is 8-9 and you can remove the others. To remove these shoots, pinch them with your fingers because most of these do not produce tomato fruits. Some of them can remain to add shade. Once your plant has 8-9 trusses, you can break the growing tip of the plant for more growth.

When tomatoes are ripe enough with good color and are beginning to soften, you may pick them so your plant produces more tomatoes and you can enjoy the fruit eating

To ensure a successful harvest, always water the plants, control the temperatures and maintain any pest problems. Tomatoes have plenty of health benefits and are one of the easiest vegetables to grow in a garden.

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