In This Week’s Newsletter …

saving seedsFoliar Feeding
No more blossom end rot
Feeding Tomatoes – Part One

The first of many parts!
Three Stages of Growth
And three common problems to prevent

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Nick’s Note This Week
Last chance for Tumbling Tom and Black Cherry plants … they’re getting too big to fit into the blister packs!

Go here if you want some
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Mist SprayerFoliar Feeding
The sure way to give your plants all the nutrients they need.

read more…

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Tomato FoodFeeding Tomatoes – Part One
The right food at the right time.

read more…

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Tomato Blossom End RotThree Stages of Growth
Plus how to avoid a common problem at each stage.

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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6 Responses

  1. Keith
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    I took a cutting about 3 weeks ago and put it in water,it has now loads of very fine hairs about half an inch long can i pot it out yet,thanks.
    Keith.

    • Nick
      | Reply

      Hi Keith,
      You can pot it into soil/compost etc. and it should be fine. Give it a mist with water regularly and best to keep it out of strong direct sunlight until its roots are more developed – another week should do it.
      Best wishes,
      Nick

  2. mubiru mathew
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    nick 4 me i do use cowdung which has stayed 4 long,anyway they do well but leaf alot as well ( i do use 100bags each 100kg in an acre).

  3. markhaxby
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    i use horse manure to help my tomatoes grow

  4. KEVIN
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    Hi Nick iv’e got 3 hens i save all the waste and composed it down is it ok to mix with water to use as a feed.

    • Nick
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      Hi Kevin,
      Sounds good to me – if your plants become a bit too leafy you may need to ease-off a bit and mix in some ordinary multi-purpose compost.
      Regards,
      Nick

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