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[Tomato Dirt #299] Choose the easiest tomatoes to grow in 2024
December 28, 2023
Tomato Dirt Newsletter
Beat the rush and get great deals!
Each year, our friends at TomatoFest have a huge year-end sale on their tomato seeds. NOW is the time to get yours.
Choose from more than 450 favorite heirloom tomato varieties and tomato seed collections – up to 50% off regular retail prices during this once-a-year sale from our friends at TomatoFest.
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Good stocking stuffer, too!
Here’s the dirt: Tomato Dirt’s long-standing Facebook page was recently hacked. For your safety and privacy, we closed it. But never fear! We’ve started a new page with good security.
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Gardeners agree: it’s hard to choose the easiest tomatoes to grow because most varieties are in the easygoing category.
That’s not to say that tomatoes present no challenges.
If you’d like them to produce blossoms and fruit, they insist on sunlight. And boy, can tomatoes eat and drink! While you’re pumping compost and other organic goodies into the soil, you need to put them on a regular watering schedule.
Plus, all that tomato goodness is not only attractive to humans, but also to plenty of pests and diseases – which can be controlled, of course, but requires monitoring.
But take there’s a reason why tomatoes are a favorite crop in 93% American gardening households.
They’re fun to grow. They’re forgiving.
Here’s why so many gardeners choose tomatoes and how to pick the easiest ones for your garden (keep reading …)
You’ll be able to diagnose pest and disease problems using step by step priceless information, illustrated with 260 full color photos.
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Get more tips for growing tomatoes on our Tomato Growing Tips Pinterest board.
|Seed Starter Set: all the essentials for staring seeds, including cell tray and heating mat
|Seed sower to plant tiny seeds easily and accurately
|Seed Starting Pot Maker – save money, make your own eco-friending seedling pots
|Tomato Varieties: Understand 3 Ways They are Classified
|Heirloom Tomatoes vs. Hybrid Tomatoes: What’s the Difference?
|Where Should I Buy Tomato Seeds and Plants? An Online Catalog of Vendors
|What to Look for When You Buy Tomato Seeds and Plants from a Vendor