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Every Organic Garden Should Have Tomatoes

Potential Health Benefits Makes This An Essential Part Of Any Garden

Did you know that the tomato’s use as a food originated from Mexico.  (*)

Today, tomatoes are grown worldwide and there are many different varieties to choose from.

Tomatoes contain lycopene, a powerful natural antioxidant which is believed to have positive health benefits.

It is therefore no wonder that many keen gardeners favor having tomatoes in their gardens and many are prepared to share their secrets.

Read this article and find out how easy it is to grow your own organic tomatoes.


Growing your own organic tomatoes and vegetables can be very rewarding. For me, there’s nothing better than getting my hands in the soil and being able to produce healthy organic tomatoes and vegetables for my family and friends tops the list.

Tomatoes are the most popular vegetables grown in the home garden. One of the reasons is that they’re relatively easy to grow. But that doesn’t mean that they grow without care.

Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or a beginner. I hope that I can give you some tips and tricks to make your organic gardening a pleasurable and easy process.

There are many benefits to growing Organic Tomatoes.



It’s All In The Soil

Good organic soil is the key to all gardening success, preparing your soil for your organic tomatoes and vegetable lays the ground work for your plants and will help them thrive. The soil is the home of your plant and should be prepared to help your plants grow.

Your first step should be to know the condition of your existing soil. Tomatoes like soil that’s slightly acidic. You can test the Ph of your soil by purchasing a Ph tester, an inexpensive electronic tool that reads the soils Ph level. ………………….

Identify your soil. Clay soil is a heavy reddish colored soil that’s difficult for some plant roots to thrive. This soil retains water and may cause standing water in heavy rains. Sandy soil is a light soil that’s the opposite of clay, it drains quickly and there are many plants that prefer a sandy soil.

Now that you know the basics about your soil, it’s time to start adding good quality organic material such as peat moss and organic compost. The first thing you’ll want to do is loosen the soil in your bed area at least 6 to 12 inches. The looser the soil is around your plant roots, the easier it’s for them to grow deeply. Deep roots mean healthier, better producing plants. After loosening the soil you’ll mix in about one to two inches of organic materials. Now you’ve a soil that your plants will live and thrive in.

Now that you’ve prepared your soil, it time to plant your organic tomato seedlings.



One of the most crucial parts of caring for your organic tomatoes is knowing how much water do organic tomato plants need.

1. Water slowly and deeply –. The number 1 rule of watering tomatoes is to make sure that you go slow and easy. Use a drip hose or other forms of drip irrigation to deliver water to your tomato plants slowly.




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