[Tomato Dirt #148] When Should I Fertilize My Tomato Plants?
May 25, 2018
Tomato Dirt Newsletter Volume 8, Number 13
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FEATURE: When Should I Fertilize My Tomato Plants?
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Once you’ve added compost to the soil and a handful of fertilizer or bone meal to the hole before planting tomatoes, what are the steps you should take to fertilize tomato plants throughout the season?
First two weeks.Keep a careful eye on newly-planted seedlings for the first two weeks. Transplanted seedlings with yellowed leaves at the base need to be fed again.
Every 3-4 weeks until frost. Tomatoes grown in sandy soil should be fertilized more often because nutrients leach quickly from soil. Tomatoes grown in heavy, clay soils will retain nutrients and can be fertilized on a less-frequent schedule.
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