A very old technique to create a vegetable garden and have many tomatoes available without having to buy them more.

The tomato is a true king of the table, always present in summer but also in winter for sauces that accompany pasta and traditional dishes. For those who want to grow them in the garden, there is this ancient technique that allows you to grow them in large quantities. The experts reveal the secret, even the smallest vegetable garden can welcome this crop loved by all with a bright red color. Shall we clarify the technique?

Growing tomatoes in the garden: Expert advice

For the cultivation of tomato, we first start with the seed, which is placed in a jar with a hole in the bottom. This is the first step to get the first seedlings. In each jar you can put about 4 tomato seeds. The jars are then placed in a closed and sunny place (even better if at the end of winter).

In the first days of spring, you can see the first shoots, which give place to the robust seedlings. The gardener usually selects the strong and developed, and then proceed with transplanting in his garden. The ideal location is a place without direct sunlight and without significant temperature fluctuations during the night. Once the plants are ready to be placed in the garden, it is time to adjust the soil. It is important to seek expert advice to ensure that the soil receives sufficient nutrients. In addition, a correct temperature must be maintained around the roots, possibly with a mulch made only from natural materials. Any action is important to protect the culture not only from bacteria and fungi, but also from dangerous temperature fluctuations.

The technique of having many tomatoes available

Since most tomatoes are climbers, the method of experts for a good harvest is that of guards. In this way, you can give them a structure to climb and get the right light for growth without sticking to soil moisture. Those who grow tomatoes, often neglect the passage of guards, the stake is not maintained and, consequently, the cultivation is not the best. The inadequate and shaky structure does not allow an optimal number of tomatoes, but only a plant without its fruits. Another mistake is to put supports after the plants have taken root. It is an important and useless risk, precisely because it harms the vegetables and their growth.

The correct support structure is certainly made of wood or silicone, so that the tomato can climb without problems. The choice of structure is important for the future of the plant and also adapts it to the variety of tomato to be grown. Height development is crucial, because the better the structure, the more tomatoes can grow.