Tomato plant spacing Mediterranean Landscape by Nicolock Paving Stones and Retaining Walls. Tomato plant spacing Once you've got planted the tomatoes, whether or not in the floor or a container , water them thoroughly. If you reside in an area especially vulnerable to cutworms, position collars across the seedlings at the moment. This is also the best time to add any stakes. They may also be conventional tomato cages, stakes or any strong toughen, including a woven beef up of branches. Nonmetal stakes or cages may not burn the plant in the event that they get scorching. Determinate types need little to no staking. Other varieties may also be left to sprawl, but getting them off the bottom helps prevent foliage and soil-borne sicknesses and assists in keeping the fruit from rotting or attracting pests. Edible Gardens Garden Guides Gardening 101 Summer Fruits and Vegetables
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