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Drip Water Your Tomatoes with a Gallon Milk Jug
Poke a small hole in the bottom of a gallon jug. Fill with water and place next to your tomato plant.
This is a great tip for watering several plants at the same time. Your tomatoes will get a nice, slow drip. Plus, you'll know for certain that each plant got a gallon of water.
Use a ball point pen or a sharp pencil to punch a hole about 3/4" from the bottom of the jug.
You can also tie the jug to the tomato stake to make sure plants are watered at the roots.Tomato Dirt
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