Posted on: June 10, 2020

Gardening season is upon us so we thought it would be fun to do a series on Gardening.  The City of Edmonton has introduced community garden beds on many of our communities.  So, take a peek at our series, grab some dirt and seeds and have some fun in the dirt!

Training Tomatoes: A Crash Course for Beginners
– Salibury Greenhouse

Tomato plants are a super worthwhile gardening project because the amount of harvestable food you get from them is staggering! However, some varieties are a little trickier to grow than others, but the extra effort always pays off. To keep your plants growing steadily and preventing them from rotting, you’ll need to keep them off the ground, and that requires you to “train” your plants to grow in your desired direction. This is an ongoing process, but once you get the hang of it, you’ll be so impressed with the results!

Tomato Training Basics

This article outlines:

  • the two types of tomato plants: determinate and indeterminate
  • When you want to begin training your tomotoe planets and
  • How to secture them to your chosen structure

 

CLICK HERE to read this fantastic article on the Salisbury Greenhouse website!

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