Growing tomatoes is one of the simplest and most rewarding farming experiences you can have. Unlike many other fruits, tomatoes can grow in droves on just a couple of plants.
While you can plant seeds whenever you wish, most plants give the best results when they are planted at an optimal time. Knowing this, people sometimes wonder what the best time for planting tomatoes is.
The answer to this question largely depends on your location and the weather conditions there. Below is some useful information that we thought can help you make this decision.
Those who are asking if can you freeze tomatoes will find this post interestingly helpful. There are claims in which freezing this red, juice fruit (yes, botanically speaking) is not recommended, while some prefer this method over commercial and bath canning. But freezing it can actually help for preservation.
What we’re going to focus regarding freezing tomatoes involves three things: benefits, disadvantages and proper ways of freezing.
Why are my tomato plant leaves turning yellow or brown? Should I be worried? Most importantly, what should I do to save my tomatoes?
These are the questions that some gardeners encounter when growing tomatoes for the first time. If you have recently experienced this and not sure of what to make up of it, this article provides you answers along with some related inquiries, most importantly the solutions.
There’s nothing to worry about if you see the leaves of your tomato plants turning yellow. That’s because the solutions are easy and manageable. These are often due to nutritional deficiencies, watering problem, insufficient sunlight, pests or diseases.
It may be only a few weeks ago when you started planting tomatoes. Or that you are planning to grow this fruit* for the very first time. Either way, there is one important fact you need to know – the presence of worms. Yes, expect the obvious that can happen from time to time. But this doesn’t mean you cannot prevent it. There’s always a way to get rid of pests and in this case, this type of worm.
*Tomatoes are botanically fruit but regarded as vegetable when added or cooked to dishes.
How do tomatoes get worm? Where do tomato worms come from? With these questions, we have a guide on what to discuss on this post.