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Growing tomatoes from seed begins by planting the seeds a quarter-inch below the surface in moist, quality soil. Allow tomato plant seeds enough room to grow once they have germinated with instructions from a horticulturist in this free video on growing tomatoes.

Growing  any vegetables from seed is not difficult and tomatoes is no different. It takes time and care, but ultimately the results are well worth it.

You will need either a grow light setup (cheap shop lights) or a south-facing window that gets plenty of sun (if you live in the southern hemisphere, you will need a north-facing window).

Here are some easy tomato growing tips – Use this tips as a guide to growing your own tomatoes from seed:

  • Get Your Seeds - you need to get your seeds from a good source. You will have a wide range of choices for starting tomatoes from seed.
  • Know When To Plant Your Seeds – Tomatoes are typically sown 6 to 8 weeks before the last anticipated frost. You definitely want to avoid planting tomato seeds too early.
  • Start Your Seeds - Use seed starting mix, such as Miracle Gro or Jiffy Mix, to start your seeds. This will promote plant growth.
  • Germination - Keep your trays moist and warm to speed up germination process.
  • Care For The Young Seedlings - Keep the seedlings watered – not overwatered, but don’t let them get so dry that they wilt.
  • Potting Up Your Seedlings - When your tomato seedlings are showing their first set of true leaves, it’s time to put them in individual pots.
  • Planting Your Tomato Plants - When the danger of frost has passed, it’s time to get the plants out in the garden.
  • Caring For Your Garden - Your tomato growing spot should receive at least 6-8 hours of sun a day for good yields.
  • Time To Harvest - You should start getting ripe fruit anywhere from 2 to 4 months after planting out in the garden.

Growing any vegetables from seed is fun – easy and extremely rewarding -growing tomatoes are no different. Growing tomatoes from seed can a little time and care, but be patient and ultimately the results will be well worth the wait.

The guidebook also contains other vegetable growing tips such as cucumber growing tips and much more as well as insight and other vegetable gardening tips (including cucumber, eggplant, squash, lettuce, cabbage, peppers, etc.).

Be sure to get your copy and start growing your own vegetables so you can enjoy a healthy salad!


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i have been doing some research about guinea pigs and now i have one and i want to feed it tomatoes but i dont know how to get the seeds off properly but can anyone explain how the seeds are bad for them p.s im not old enogh to handle a knife but i am practising by cutting carrots for my little piggy (actually he is huge)

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Can’t find one in supermarket from which I could process seeds, either. Can anyone help?

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My plants bloom but make no tomatos. The plants are large and beautiful otherwise and I fertilize them with miracle grow tomato food. What’s wrong.
I live in southern Louisiana. The seeds are from Johnny’s Seed Company and the variety is Brandywine. I have 3 other varieties Moscovich, San Marzano, and Washington Cherry. All grown from seed. Only the Brandywine is not productive and I’ve given them all similar treatment.
Thank you for your excellent answers but it appears patience was the missing ingredient. Today I see I have tomatos :).

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I just grew tomatoes for the first time this year. I want to use the seeds from the inside the tomatoes to start a garden next year. Is there anyting special i need to do to them?

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I have a garden that I created about 2 wks. ago (from seedlings, not seeds) and need to know how to fertilize my plants organically. I have 2 tomatoes, 3 hot peppers, cucumber, green bell pepper.
Any suggestions? I’m using Miracle Grow at the moment.

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I know I have to use different dirt and all but the tomatoes look beutiful and all of my plants caught it and I really want to start saving my own seeds, this is my first year experimenting with heirloom plants. Any advise?

Thanks

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do i need to open the tomato and dry the seeds inside then plant them … or is there a part of the tree that i can cut off and start planting by it self?
thanks..
its the season for tomato planting and im really looking forword to plant them.

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I have a bunch of seeds my dad saved for me last year and I need to know when to start them inside so they will be the right maturity at planting time. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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I love eating tomatoes and eggplants and I have never removed their seeds before eating them. Now I heard that the seeds could cause diseases if you eat them. Is that true?

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