Growing your own tomatoes is easy. Find out everything you need to know.
When your tomato crop is in full bloom, your mind starts crowding with recipes you’re going to try. However, if your flourishing garden produces baskets of tomatoes, it’s practically impossible to use them all fresh before they start going bad. Learn how to preserve tomatoes and use them for months without fearing that they will go bad.
It’s commonly thought that yellow leaves on tomato plants are because of overwatering. This is sometimes the case but there could be many reasons behind yellowing leaves. Sometimes, the fix is as simple as adjusting the watering pattern. At other times, it’ll take a bit more work than that.
Gardeners like to grow indeterminate tomatoes for eating fresh, while the determinate varieties work well for preparing sauces and canning. If you’re looking for a long season of picking fresh tomatoes off the vines, there are plenty of indeterminate tomato varieties you can try. Here is a list of indeterminate tomato varieties popular picks among home gardeners.
If you want a pantry loaded with fresh homegrown tomatoes, but don’t know where to start, here’s a post to help you. Learn how to grow tomatoes from seed for a bountiful harvest. Getting those healthy, juicy tomatoes from your kitchen garden isn't hard if you're familiar with some basic steps. If this is your first time, we'd recommend that you click to follow the conventional steps to ensure a thriving crop.