Advanced Tomato Growing Secrets: Your Questions Answered

July 8, 2012 by Mario  
Filed under Organic Gardening

The Most Complete Tomato Growing Book On CB. Our Book Is 111 Pages Written By A Certified Master Gardener Who Has A Lifetime Of Experience. This Book Took 2 Years Of Research And Will Appeal To A Large Audience.
Advanced Tomato Growing Secrets: Your Questions Answered

Gardening Secrets 5 Books – Includes Organic Tomato Secrets

May 10, 2012 by Mario  
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3 Ebooks -tomato Growing – Discover Hydroponics – Herb Gardening

March 29, 2012 by Mario  
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Now That’s What I Call A Tomato! Guide To Growing Amazing Tomatoes

March 27, 2012 by Mario  
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Commission Increased To 60%! Our Guide To Growing Tomatoes Was Written By A Certified Master Gardener, So You Know It’s High Value With Almost 0 Return Rate. Plus, The Sales Page Was Written By One Of The Best Copywriters In The Business!
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Time Lapse – Tomato Plant HD

March 17, 2011 by Mario  
Filed under Flower Gardening


High Definition time lapse of three tomato plants sprouting and growing. The days listed in the bottom left corner of the screen are days since planting. The text in the bottom right indicates when the plants were watered. The pennies stuck in the pot are merely to show scale. Details: Seeds: Burpee Super Beefsteak Tomato Soil: Scotts Premium Potting Soil Lighting: 4 x 40W (160W) Sylvania cool white fluorescent bulbs (shop lights) Camera: Canon Rebel XT (full manual mode) 400 ISO, f/25, 1/40 Interval: 10 minutes Photo Count: 2158

Kentucky Beefsteak Heirloom Tomato

February 20, 2011 by Mario  
Filed under Organic Gardening


This is the Kentucky Beefsteak heirloom tomato variety.

Planting From Seeds : How to Save Tomato Seeds

January 31, 2011 by Mario  
Filed under Organic Gardening


Saving tomato seeds involves squeezing out a tomato, removing any green seeds and allowing the brown seeds to ferment for three to five days. Dry out fermented tomato seeds for next season withhelp from an professional gardener in this free video on growing from seeds. Expert: Ali Reynolds Contact: www.alisorganics.com Bio: Ali Reynolds owns Ali’s Organics where she sells organic gardening supplies and accessories and raises organic vegetables for sale. Filmmaker: Mike Phillips

Comparing Organic & Conventional Tomato Systems

January 11, 2011 by Mario  
Filed under Organic Gardening


The Long Term Research on Agricultural Systems at Russell Ranch, part of the Agricultural Sustainability Institute at UC Davis, conducts trials to see the different inputs used to grow conventional and organic tomatoes, and to see if the tomatoes grown under different management styles end up with differing properties. This video how this is done

Juan O’ Sullivan’s Tip of the Week #4: Tomato Blight Prevention and Maintenance

January 7, 2011 by Mario  
Filed under Gardening Tips


Now doing Juan’s gardening and culinary Tip of the Week on Juan’s for just a few weeks, I have recieved numerous messages on Facebook and on Juan’s email but the most asked question that I get is “what do I do about tomato blight’? Fighting tomato blight is not easy and starts before you even plant your seeds but here is a review of what I mention in the video: 1. Choose Disease Resistant Varieties: When you are choosing seeds to plant in your early season nursery or at the garden store buying tomatoes, info on the plants will tell you what fungus and other disease that plant is resistant to. Buy plants that have lots of resistance codes. (see video) 2. Use Ground Cover: Always use a barrier like newspaper to keep disease infected dirt and soil borne fungus like tomato blight from splashing on our lower plant leaves when it rains or you water. Put mulch or straw on top of the newspaper to keep it in place and keep the weeds down and the blight out. 3. Keep Plants Elevated For Air Flow: If you planted your tomatoes too close together, plan next year to give them more space. Air flow through your garden prevents bight and proper spacing is imperative to good plant health and production. Use cages or tie plants up on stakes with strips of nylon panty hose (some stretchy material) to keep them off the ground. 4: Clean Off Infected Leaves: At the bottom of the plant, pull off all of the dead and discolored leaves. Take those infected leaves and put them in the garbage and keep

Greenhouse Tomato (Structure)

December 13, 2010 by Mario  
Filed under Gardening Tips


(funded by USDA) special thanks to Eurofresh Farms

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