Tomato 101: The Basics of Growing Tomatoes
- Date of Publication
- July 7, 2021
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Course Information This online course teaches the basics of growing tomatoes in a garden. It is divided into nine sections and covers:thinking about tomatoesgetting dirtyplantingtrainingwateringfertilizingplant problemsand general care. This course was first developed for Texas gardeners. However, most information is suitable for other regions. Gardeners in other regions will want to find information specific to their region regarding planting dates, varieties for planting, growing seasons dates, soil testing resources, and/or specific disease problems by contacting your local Extension office.
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