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originally posted by: 74Templar
a reply to: DontTreadOnMe
I've always found tomatoes are one of those veggies that are relatively easy to grow, but hard to master.
I stake mine at about 1-2 foot high, and keep tying them back as they grow. My crop last year reached almost seven feet high, and I had fist sized tomatoes. The heat tends to halt them a bit but is good for them, and as for watering and feeding, I just water them each day, and give them a bit of seasol once a week. I've just recently took out the last remnants of my crop as they were done for the season, and the root systems were easily two feet in the ground, and were about 3 feet out from the plant, which even surprised me.