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9 Tomato Growing Tips (That Actually Work)

October 28, 2023

9 Tomato Growing Tips (That Actually Work)

October 28, 2023

9 Tomato Growing Tips (That Actually Work)

After busting some tomato myths, it’s time to look at tomato growing tips that ACTUALLY work. Join @jacquesinthegarden @Fluent Garden and Kevin as they get into some of their favorite tips for juicy, sweet tomatoes.

00:00 – Intro
00:24 – Use Less Nitrogen When Fertilizing
01:21 – Fermenting Tomato Hack
02:56 – Ethylene Ripen Fruit
04:04 – Stagger Harvest Windows
05:31 – Planting Deep
06:44 – Topping Tomatoes
08:06 – Large Fruit = More Sun
08:57 – Cloning Your Tomatoes
10:18 – Growing More Varieties
11:18 – Bonus Hack

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  1. Mailing List says:

    Is it possible to successfully grow cherry tomatoes indoors? I bought a plant from Trader Joe’s, which was advertised as an indoor tomato plant.

  2. Diddley Dang says:

    green tomato curry is amazing

  3. GP Education says:

    complicates simple stuff

  4. Nuken ridge says:

    Me this year too much heat and it was limp mode and died some branches,too much rain had a slug fest ,i had to shade it due to sun burn,now in August temp is good but tomatoes are small

  5. ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

  6. brycebowl says:

    Don't ever say "I've got a dirty little hack for you" HAHAHAHAHAHAH

  7. Dj Ben says:

    Thank you for sharing this video. I learned a lot

  8. R K says:

    Does anyone know where to get this see through bag for the tomatoes? 8:52

  9. Nikki says:

    Have you grown the Giant crimson?

  10. Kevin Nistor says:

    Who knew mr.beast had such a green thumb

  11. 181Becky says:

    I'm confused about "days to maturity." I started my super sweet 100 tomatoes on March 23rd in my house. I planted them out in the garden June 1. It's now July 18, so I started these seeds indoors almost 120 days ago. We have a few tiny green tomatoes on thin tall stems, but nothing that we can harvest. The stems are over 4 feet tall, and very thin with 0-6 tomatoes on them That's more than double the "50 days to maturity." And it looks nothing like the super sweet 100 that everyone says is so easy and prolific. we have tiny green tomatoes on 3 of 5 of our plants, but nothing is growing abundantly, and growing so slowly, nothing is even close to maturity. I'm in zone 6 in CT. It's mid -July. I waited until our night time temps were above 50, and planted out at the beginning of June. Was my house too cold when i started the seeds in March?

  12. Gold fish says:

    You don’t make sense 1:23 if it’s early then it’s the best time to give nitrogen

  13. The fermenting seed "hack" was not informative. Many other gardeners talk about adding water. No mention of the time to ferment, the mold, and what to do after.

  14. My tomatoes were attacked by te dreaded horn worm. 😢 I pulled and plucked them off and sprayed with BT. Q: for the main stem that was decimated, what is my strategy to encourage growth or should I pull the plant?

  15. I have put tomatoes under newspaper in the dark and ripened several hundred at a time

  16. badeadrian says:

    I'm using human poop 💩 to fertilize my tomatoes 🍅 and they grow bigger and bigger every year and more jucy and sweet are becoming… I've learned that from my neighbour…

  17. Samuel Hayes says:

    Test your water and use ascorbic acid to control your PH. They won't care about chloramine but if you are companion planting with basil, the basil will appreciate it.

    Don't just test your soil, and adjust it properly.

  18. Oooweee says:

    At the end when he said a technique that force tomatoes to stress out would give better flavor that's literally the same technique as the chinese dog restaurant use as they claim it makes the dog taste better……… vegan and aninal rights have some thinking to do

  19. I tried saving a potted tomato over winter. I cut it off just above the soil and kept the temperature above freezing. The next spring it came back like gangbusters! I wonder how long a tomato plant can live if you continue this. Michael

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