How to Drill Holes for Planting Tomatoes
by Jim Sposato
When I plant tomatoes, I use a drill with a bit that's designated for planting bulbs. I run a string across the garden to mark the row. Then, every 10 to 12 inches, I drill holes in the soil.
After drilling, I place a tomato plant in each hole. Tomato Dirt comment
Great tip! Cultivate the soil before "drilling" and add compost for best results.