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Island Grow Pots- 10 Gallon Grow Bag Container- Perfect for Growing Tomatoes

March 6, 2013 by  
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Island Grow Pots 10 Gallon Potting Bag. Reliable, Convenient, Portable way to grow your plants; the Mother of Island Grow Pots!

Product Features
– Oxygenate your plant’s root system
– With the unique breathable fabric, your plant will naturally air prune its root structure
– No more trapped water! With easy drainage your plant will no longer experience over watering
– Sturdy handles allow for easy transportation and rearranging of your garden
– Kiss your root bound plant goodbye

Island Grow Pots offer a great alternative to traditional plastic potting
Provide your plant with an oxygenated environment to allow and encourage root growth and development
The durable cloth potting material allows for sufficient airflow exchange between the plant’s roots and soil

Looking to conserve on water?!
– With Island Grow Pots your plant experiences better water disbursement
– Water is allowed to flow freely throughout the soil and root system carrying oxygen to all areas of the roots

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Ferry-Morse 3140 Organic Tomato Seeds, Beefsteak (600 Milligram Packet)

March 6, 2013 by  
Filed under Buying Tomato Seeds

From the Manufacturer

Organic. Extremely large-fruited beefsteak tomato with excellent vigor. High in vitamins A and C. Indeterminate. An excellent slicing tomato that is popular with home gardeners. Seed can be sown directly into garden when soil is warm. Tomatoes cannot tolerate frost. To keep fruit clean and easier to pick, support with stakes or cages. Tomatoes require at least an inch of water per week. Start seeds indoors in a sunny location 6 weeks prior to warm weather. Transplant outdoors in full sun when seedlings display 4-6 leaves and weather is warm.

Product Description
Ferry-Morse has been supplying the best in seed and gardening supplies for over 100 years, and we are proud to still be innovating and improving. Whether you are looking for the finest in flowers or gourmet garden vegetables, you will find all your answers here. Take a minute and explore our product categories for planning and inspiration. At Ferry-Morse, we want you to enjoy your best ever gardening experience. Ferry-Morse Seed Company offers gardener’s over 350 varieties of flower, vegetable, and herb seed.

Buy 500 Beef Steak Tomatoe Vegetable Seeds

March 6, 2013 by  
Filed under Buying Tomato Seeds

* We are up to 10 varieties of tomato seeds available for your eating pleasure with more on the way soon! Don’t miss any colors or sizes! Collect them all! Ha ha. * ** FREE SHIPPING ON ANY ADDITIONAL SEEDS! PAY ONLY ONE FLAT SHIPPING FEE OF $2.50 FOR US ORDERS NO MATTER HOW MANY YOU ORDER! PLEASE VISIT MY STORE FOR OVER 800 TYPES OF FLOWER, HERB, FRUIT & VEGETABLE SEEDS!!! ** FLAT RATE SHIPPING TO CANADA AND WORLDWIDE IS JUST $3.50. Sorry, no shipments to Italy at this time.

All seeds will come in a resealable plastic zip lock bag with a label featuring a picture of the flower, planting instructions, and plant specifications such as height, spacing, and light requirements for easy planting. If stored properly, seeds can last for years! All seed packets contain 100 percent true named seeds – there are no fillers or other weeds or seeds mixed in. Most have been harvested by hand and all test at an exceptionally high germination rate.

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Mulch The Secret To Growing The Best Tomatoes

I often advocate the use of mulches for your tomato garden. A good mulch used correctly can be of great benefit. However there are both good and bad mulches and right and wrong ways to apply them. Knowing the differences are vital and getting mulching right will have a dramatic effect on your tomato garden.

The Benefits of Mulching

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Grow Tomato Plants Upside Down – Better Tomatoes

How do you grow tomatoes upside down and why even bother to do it?

Actually, it’s pretty smart, and many tomato growers swear by the fact that their tomatoes are bigger and more plentiful as a result. This article will discuss how and why to grow upside down tomatoes.

When tomatoes are growing upside down, the shoots and stems are not fighting gravity. Gravity is actually helping the plants to grow so the stems grow stronger and healthier as a result. There is improved air circulation around the plant which also encourages growth.

Another benefit to growing your tomatoes upside down is that you never have to stake them or support them as they develop. Normally with the tomato plants growing rightside up, the plants must be staked or supported to help them bear the weight of the developing tomatoes and keep them from settling to the ground.

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Growing The Best Tomatoes

If you are trying to produce the tastiest and best growing tomatoes possible, you may have wondered what the difference is between a determinate and indeterminate tomato. Not only does each have distinctive qualities, but, many gardeners agree that there is a definite taste difference between the two.

It is helpful to know how determinant and indeterminate tomatoes differ. The distinctions below can assist in helping you produce the best growing tomatoes you can and enjoy the bounty each plant brings.

Characteristics of the indeterminate tomato plants:

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