How-To: 90 Pounds Of Tomatoes From 5 Plants

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Do you want to grow additional vegetables in a garden, but have limited space? A plant which grows up and not out will be ideal to save space in a garden. One item that fits the bill is the tomato. If you use a bit of chicken wire or wire fencing, then you can easily grow 90 pounds of tomatoes from 5 plants.

The key to growing 90 pounds of tomatoes from 5 plants is suitable soil. A simple compost ring is a great item to help ensure your crop of tomatoes is getting the best nutrients. You need to make wire cage to use as the support for your tomato plants. The compost ring will need to fit inside of this cage.

Bend the wire fencing or chicken wire to make a three-foot high circle. This is what you will use as the main support to grow 90 pounds of tomatoes from 5 plants.

Instructions to grow 90 pounds of tomatoes from 5 plants are on rodalesorganiclife.com here…

How-To: 90 Pounds Of Tomatoes From 5 Plants


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