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How to Grow Tomatoes – Tomato Farming | Tomato Cultivation – Complete Informations

October 3, 2023

How to Grow Tomatoes – Tomato Farming | Tomato Cultivation – Complete Informations

October 3, 2023

The video offers a comprehensive guide on how to grow tomatoes successfully, covering various aspects of tomato farming and cultivation. Here's a breakdown of the key points mentioned in the guide:

1. Tomato Varieties:

  • The guide suggests adapting techniques based on the variety of tomato chosen, considering factors like planting season and sowing method.

2. Soil Preparation:

  • It recommends creating narrow paths between the tomato beds to aid in irrigation and drainage.
  • The guide advises broadcasting 80 grams of NPK fertilizer and three kilograms of organic fertilizer every 2 meters along the length of the bed to prepare the soil.

3. Seedling Preparation:

  • For a plant population of twenty-six thousand six hundred plants per hectare, the guide suggests preparing seedlings.
  • It recommends placing one seed per hole, ensuring the depth is equal to the size of two seeds.
  • Covering the seeds after sowing and watering are essential steps.

4. Seedling Care:

  • Seedlings should be placed in an approved nursery with good ventilation and consistent moisture.
  • Drenching seedlings with a starter solution after 10 days may be necessary.
  • Seedlings are typically ready for transplanting after 21 to 28 days.

5. Transplanting:

  • Transplanting should be done 5 to 7 days after hardening.
  • Healthy seedlings with well-developed roots are recommended.
  • Proper spacing of 50 centimeters between plants in one or two rows per bed is advised, depending on variety specifications.

6. Trellising:

  • Trellises should be in place two weeks after transplanting to support the plants during the fruiting stage.
  • The guide encourages adapting trellis styles based on local conditions.

7. Fertilization and Disease Prevention:

  • Regularly applying small quantities of fertilizer at the root tips is recommended.
  • Observing the field regularly to prevent disease spread and promptly removing infected parts or plants is crucial.

8. Harvesting:

  • Tomatoes are typically ready to harvest 60 to 70 days after transplanting, depending on variety and market preferences.
  • Fruits should be harvested in the morning or late afternoon and handled with care.
  • The harvested tomatoes should be placed in a shaded, well-ventilated area.
The guide provides comprehensive instructions for successful tomato cultivation, making it a valuable resource for both novice and experienced tomato growers.   Video Duration: 00:03:36  

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