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[Tomato Dirt #275] Dig in the dirt! FAQs about preparing soil for tomatoes
February 09, 2023
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Or you have a garden plot from last year and now you’re preparing soil for tomatoes (and maybe some other crops, too.)
But you’ve got some questions. And Tomato Dirt has plenty of answers!
Q. When should I start preparing soil for tomatoes?
You can start preparing your garden for tomatoes as soon as last season’s crop is spent … or you can wait until the winter winds and cold are past …
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