I created a Frankenstein tomato…
Our first year grafting tomatoes! Often seen in orcharding, where you can graft different citrus or stone fruit to create a “fruit salad” tree, grafting is also a fun way to boost yield and results from your tomato crop.
Using the ‘Fortamino' tomato from our seed company @botanical_interests you want to graft stems of similar size together. Slice at the same angle on both stems for best chance at success.
After the graft, keep in the dark and mist for a few days, then slowly re introduce to light. A week is about the time you can consider a transplant into the garden.
In our case, ‘Fortamino' supercharges your grafted tomato with more leaves to prevent sun scald, more tomatoes per truss, and higher resistance to fusarium!
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