Growing Tomatoes Like A Pro: How to Grow Juicy, Colorful, Tasty, Organic Tomatoes in Your Backyard & in Containersby Joan E. Hixson
It may surprise you but growing tomatoes at home is not the easiest thing in the world. In order to get the perfect crop, many things must be done at just the right time. Missing any of these crucial steps will cause your efforts to go down the drain and ruin
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"Would You Like To Learn How to Grow Organic, Juicy, Mouth-Watering Tomatoes In Your Own Backyard?"
It may surprise you but growing tomatoes at home is not the easiest thing in the world. In order to get the perfect crop, many things must be done at just the right time. Missing any of these crucial steps will cause your efforts to go down the drain and ruin your tomato crop.
Fortunately, most of the things you need to know aren't rocket science. It's just a simple know-how. In "Growing Tomatoes Like A Pro," you will learn everything you need to know to produce big, juicy, colorful, and tasty organic tomatoes in your own home or backyard. You will learn the best way to grow them, how to care for your plants, how to avoid pests & diseases, and the best way to harvest them.
Here are some of the things you will learn in "Growing Tomatoes Like A Pro":
- Basic needs & requirements - soil, fertilizer, sunlight, water, & support...
- How to grow tomatoes from seeds...
- How to grow tomatoes from seedlings...
- How to prepare soil to maximize your success...
- How to identify unhealthy tomato plants...
- How to prevent diseases and pests...
- How to treat tomato pests if you do find them...
- Common growing issues...
- WARNING: 3 things you should never do when it comes to growing your own tomatoes...
- Best time & method to harvest your tomatoes...
- And much more...
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Tomatoes are one of my favorite things to eat. I love a nice juicy tomato that is plucked out of the garden so I got this book to teach me how to have my plants produce more tomatoes per plant. Normally half way through the season, I run out. I wanted to find something that could help in making it more productive. As I was reading this book, it made a lot of sense on many topics. One thing that seemed to stand out to me is the section on soil composition. I knew that the soil composition could kill the plant if it is not good. I did not know that it can cause other plants to live, but it will make them lower yielding. I think that this might have been the problem that I was going through with my own. So, I am going to try this book's advice, and I honestly think that this does have the potential of giving me a much more successful tomato season this long. This means more chances for my husband, daughter, and myself to enjoy one of our favorite foods.
I like how this book goes into great detail about the growing process, harvesting, potential pests you may encounter, and soil composition. The instructions to successfully growing your own organic tomato garden are very easy to follow, making it perfect for gardeners from all backgrounds and experience.
With budgets getting tighter, more families are turning to simple methods to save money. One of the best ones is to grow your own vegetables. Tomatoes go fast in my home. From salads, to sandwiches, to build your own taco night, the cost of buying tomatoes is a high one. I found this book highly interesting. One I never realized how much preparation goes into just getting the soil ready for planting. While I grew up on a farm, I tend to have a black thumb when it comes to anything growing. The instructions in this book though are through yet easy to follow and give you great advice on how to get your own tasty tomato garden started. the author includes helpful information on picking the right seeds and proper staking techniques. I can’t wait to get started on planting my own!
Having avoided trying to grow my own plants for years because of the believed difficulty I picked up this book ready to give it a go. This book explains in detail how to not only get started from either seeds or seedlings but also how to maintain your tomato plants through various planters, pots and pesticides. Everything you need to know is presented in this compact but incredibly instructive book. In addition to explaining the growing process this book also delves into the harvesting and potential pests and problems you could encounter and how best to deal with them. All in all a good resource for tomato growing.
I have always wanted to garden and such, but i truely never relizied that gardening is supported. I hope to grow big juicy tomatoes for my family in my little garden plot. This book is very helpfull and offers lots of information, i think that tomatoes will be very good. I cant wait to get started!