Saturday, September 09, 2006

How Are Your Tom's Doing????


First tomato seedling to be planted on into a bigger pot. This seedling will now stay in this pot until late in September or early October, when it will be planted out into the tomato area.

I have homes for the spare seedlings I am not going to need for my own garden.

When transplanting the seedlings into the next size pot, I have used a good quality seed-raising mix as well as some worm castings.

I will not feed them anything else until the flowers start to set on the bush and then a fortnightly feed of potassium and worm wee, until the end of harvesting. With a bit of seasol thrown in, as seasol is a great strengthener and disease resistance helper with the roots and stems.

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