Tomatoes are among the most popular crops to cultivate in a backyard vegetable garden. They are frequently consumed raw in salsas, salads, and sandwiches. Additionally, tomatoes can be simmered in sauces, soups, stews, and chilis.
According to Backyard Gardeners Network, how far apart to plant tomatoes can vary depending on the type of tomato you are planting. For instance, Indeterminate tomato plants being bigger than determinate ones will need more space to grow. Two feet between the plants is often sufficient, but some varieties require more space, up to three feet.
Here, maintaining balance is essential, and understanding when and how to fertilize is also crucial. It is advised to fertilize tomatoes with a mixture that has little nitrogen, some potassium, and little phosphorus.
When planting tomatoes, give them a head start by incorporating some fertilizer into the ground in the planting hole so that roots will have easy access. If you prefer homemade fertilizer, consider including blood meal, bone meal, worm castings, and powdered eggshells. This mixture offers an immediate source of water-soluble nitrogen (blood meal). It guarantees the availability of phosphorus for strong roots (bone meal)…Read More