Water early in the day so that the parts of the plant on the ground dry out as quickly as possible. Eliminate weeds around plants and the garden area to improve air circulation. If the plants are not wet, carefully remove and destroy the affected areas of the plant. Rake and discard all diseased leaves and stems in the fall. Septoria occurs early in the season and prefers cool, humid weather.
If your plants start to look darned most of the day, give them a drink. If you don’t leave plastic on the floor, wait until you leave the mulch until the floor has had a chance to warm up. Although padding retains water and prevents soil and soil diseases from splashing on plants, if you leave it too early, it will also darken and cool the soil. Because tomatoes like heat, let the sun heat the soil in the spring.
To increase fruit production, you need to prune your tomato plants regularly. Start by removing retouching as soon as possible (small shoots coming from the stems at the base of each leaf). This helps plants stand upright, improve air circulation and produce better products. While caged tomatoes can develop one or two shoots, stitched tomatoes work best as a single stem. In garden language they are ‘heavy feeders’, which means that they need a lot of nutrients. They mainly like phosphorus, which promotes the formation of flowers and the fruits or vegetables that grow from them.
Use clean transplants and remove the lower infected leaves. Water your plants well after planting and water again when the soil surface dries. Once the plant is established and new growth has been observed, keep it healthy Tomaten by watering so that the soil remains moist but not soaked. Soil that is too moist can cause rot from the fungal root and result in watery fruit; Soil that is too dry can cause fruit cracks and rot at the end of the flower.
Exceptions to this rule are Christmas and grape tomatoes, which generally work well during the summers in Florida. Before planting, remove the pots or bands from the transplant carrot ball. Put the plants a little deeper than they originally grew, so the lower leaves are close to the ground. If only leggy plants are available, place them in a ditch long enough to expose only the top 15 cm of the plant after covering the stem. This allows roots to develop along the buried part of the stem.
Always squeeze shoots when they emerge; Wait until they are 1/4 inch in diameter or more leave a wound open, making the plant more susceptible to fungal and pest problems. Robust, long wine-like, indefinite spatial varieties about 3 feet away. The plants determined by the farmer can be grown at a distance of 2 feet. As it grows in containers, you need at least one 24-inch pot for an indefinite variety, or an 18-inch pot for a certain variety. Make sure to fill the containers with a mix of premium pots, such as Miracle-Gro® Performance Organics® Container Mix, for the best growth.