How to Grow and Harvest Tomatoes in Container Gardening? Here Are The Gardener’s Gardening Tips to Grow Tomatoes Harvest In Containers
To get as many tomatoes to harvest as possible, we need to do more than just plant them into your garden batch, fertilization, sunshine and water are major keys to your tomato plant growth, but it takes a bit more effort to keep those tomatoes growing. Our Garden Channel is going to share the tips and ways that are rampant in the internet on grown and harvest tomatoes in containers, with or without ground that you can get the solutions by scrolling down to the end.
01. Easy Start Seedling from Ripe Tomatoes
Stop buy tomato plants directly from Home Depot again, cut your over ripe tomatoes in slices and place them in a pot of soil, see the seeds start to sprout in a week or two.
Image and Instructions: The Wannabe Homesteader on Youtube
02. How to Prune Tomato Plants
Cut the sucker off the existing tomato plant and start root new ones in 2 weeks, which will help harvest tomato, too.
Image and Instructions: Bonnie Plants
03. Root New Tomato Plants
Root these suckers into new plants in water, then move into soil containers for new planting.
Image and Instructions: A Piece of Rainbow
04. High Yield Tomato Harvest with Garbage Can
A simple plastic garbage can could actually accelerate the plant’s growth that much! This cheap, yet highly effective method that Bryan developed, is based on drilling a row of holes around the bottom rim of garbage can, and a second row about 10 inches higher. After burying the can in the ground, the second row should be barely visible above the ground. The wastebasket is then filled with 2 shovels-full of compost. Four tomato plants are planted around the trash can, supported by a metal fence. Every 2 days, the trash can is filled with water.
Image and Instructions: Hometalk