If the tomato bushes in your garden do not grow well, but remain small and yellowish, be sure to fertilize them with an infusion of manure. This mixture is rich in many micro and macro elements that are useful for plants, including nitrogen, potassium, calcium and so on. You will be truly surprised by the results!

You will need:

  • Half a bucket of fresh manure
  • Water


  1. Pour the manure into the bucket and pour water over it until the bucket is full. Sensation.
  2. Cover the bucket with a lid and leave the manure for 7-10 days.
  3. Manure infusion must be diluted before use: ½ pint infusion to 10 quarts of standing water.
  4. Before fertilizing the soil around the plants should be well watered: we poured 10 quarts of water around 4 tomato bushes.
  5. The first fertilizing is done after the first 2 weeks, once after planting tomato seedlings in the garden. The second fertilization is done after 10-14 days (sometimes it is not necessary at all). Pour about 11 fl oz of the diluted solution into a hole between 4 tomato bushes.
  6. It is recommended to water the soil even after fertilization: with 5-10 quarts of standing water.
  7. You will see the result after about a week. Tomato plants begin to grow quickly.