In This Week’s Newsletter …

grafted tomatoes on vineGrafted Tomato Plants
Reap a bumper harvest
Tomato Plants and Stress

It’s tough being a tomato plants – at times!
Condensation and Tomato Plants

How make the best of it!

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grafted tomatoesGrafted Tomato Plants
The surest way to success

read more…


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tomato curling leavesEven Tomato Plants Suffer Stress
Their leaves will tell you!

read more…

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condensationCondensation and Low Temperatures
A mix that will strike fear into the roots of any tomato plant.

read more…

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Have your say!
Do let me know if you have any ideas or would like to make a contribution in some way. Free seeds if you tell of your tomato growing experiences or have an interesting story to share – please email me here. Comments can also take place at Facebook or in the comments section below.

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3 Responses

  1. Mr M H Develin
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    I have been busy grafting my chosen tomatoe plants, but I suffer a lot with arthritis, and have struggled to get the grafts to hold whilst I attach the grafting clips, but with a little hesitation I decided to to prepare the two plants ie, the rootstock + the variety, the got them joined together, then pushed a nobpin a new one sterile through the graft joint to hold them whilst grafting clip was attached, and it works a treat, now all of them have taken and growing strong, not one graft has missed.

  2. kaldip sabharwal
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    I have an idea somewhere a read in a magazine that allotment holders feed sugrary water to marrows and watermelon could i not put some sugar in water when feeding tomatoes plants or experiment with atleast one plant and see the result.

    • Nick
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      Hi Kaldip,
      I’m all in favour of experimenting and trying new ideas when it comes to growing tomatoes, Normally the sugar level is down to sun and nutrients, but do try your idea and compare it to the rest of your plants.
      Best wishes,
      Nick

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