Tying the tomatoes and removing the stems

Growing tomatoes properly doesn’t just mean planting the plant and watering it occasionally. In order for the fruit of a plant to be healthy and full of taste, you have to take a little more care in its development. You need to know how to properly tie it, prune it, water it and protect the tomatoes in a timely manner. So find out a few useful tips on how to do it without any trouble, and to get results that you will be satisfied with.

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Sown tomatoes easily receives, whether the seedling was plucked from the nursery and stood out of the ground for a period of time, or it is a well-grown seedling from a container with roots. When after ten days the plant is well rooted and gain height, it is the right time to provide support.

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Tomato, as it is already known, it does not have a tree that can maintain itself, so if it were to spread on the ground, it could easily become infected with blight. Also, that way the fruits they can easily get rot and tomatoes can take root anywhere on earth. Then it is created small and useless jungle.

This is only allowed with those determinant varietiesthe so-called low tomato that has an industrial purpose, i.e. it is used for the field planting during hot summer. Such varieties are, for example, narvik, lova, rocker, sp-109 and others.

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Tie tomatoes after planting

Binding of tomatoes should be done immediately after planting. As the plant grows, it should be tied regularly every time about twenty centimeters tall. This will create an upright tree that can to support the weight of the plant itself and large quantities of fruits, of which sometimes one fruit can weigh one kilogram. These varieties are ox heart, jasenič apple tree, potato leaf and so on.

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The best solution for gardens and smaller gardens are wooden stake or plastic stake. If you have a greenhouse, and you were diligent and made a supporting structure of metal or wood, up to two meters high, then it is better to use rope. You must twine the tomato plant tie loosely in a knot at the very bottom of the waist.

You should not tighten the rope very much, which attaches to the structure or support at a height of about a meter and a half. Over time, the plant should be twisted around the rope, and if necessary, tied down a little, where necessary, so that it does not fall down the rope when it becomes burdened with crops.

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Removing the thumbs is a mandatory measure

The buds are the beginnings of new branches that grow occur in the “armpit” of each leaf in tomatoes. The tomato is first of all a strong and branched herbaceous bush, so if we did not remove the stems, it would swell into a thick green mass. The fruits would be in large quantities, but they would became much smaller.

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A plant so swollen is prone to infections, first of all blight, rot or insects. The best suggestion is to use one plant remove all the blemishes throughout the growing season, although it is sometimes impractical. If you do this measure correctly, your plant will become very healthy and fertile, and fruits tasty and juicy.

Growing tomatoes: Make sure you do this regularly

Two parent trees is a method of growing tomatoes where, right at the beginning, leave one strong, a healthy and regular snack. He usually answers right away above the first birth branch and is often equal to the main branch leader. After that, both branches are equally tied and regularly cleaned of all other zappers. Tomatoes grown in this way should be regularly watered and fertilized protect against diseasewhich will contribute to a good crop, quality and large healthy fruits.

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Do not throw away the zippers that you have taken off. Choose the big ones, strong and healthy, put them in small pots, put them in the shade and water them well. After ten days they will start to grow and progress. Here’s an extra couple of tomato waists.

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