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How To Grow Tomatoes

Before making the decision to grow your own tomatoes, it’s important that you are aware of some of the areas that can be a bit challenging.

First of all, you will need to find seeds. After all, you can’t grow something without first planting it. Unfortunately, not all seeds are good seeds. Always make sure to research the company selling your tomato seeds before making any purchases. Ensure that they focus on quality.

On top of having to worry about purchasing quality seeds, the majority of people will have to purchase lights since tomatoes need a specific type of climate in order to grow properly.

Unfortunately, not everyone has room in their house to do this. This is usually when people build greenhouses which can be quite pricey and tend to take up a lot of yard space.

As if these issues alone aren’t enough to worry about, you will also need to make sure that you are planting your tomatoes in fertile soil. Unfortunately, not every location has soil that is suitable for plant growth.

Some areas can have such unsuitable soil that even with the use of fertilizer and bagged soil, tomato growth can be next to impossible.

The easiest solution for this problem is to use a raised planter. However, raised planters create issues quite similar to those related to using a greenhouse. They can take up a lot of space and they can get expensive rather quickly.

Another common complication that people encounter when growing tomatoes is dirty fruit as well as poor quality and rot due to bug infestations. In order to solve this problem, it is advised that you build a cage around your plants.

Above all, you need to make sure that you follow a strict watering schedule. Believe it or not, you can provide your plants with too much water. Doing so will surely cause the plants to die. On the other hand, under watering your plants will also cause consequences. In all honesty, properly watering tomato plants is one of the most common areas where people struggle.

Sun can also be an enemy of tomato plants. The reason for this would be that tomatoes can only be produced in certain temperatures. While they need light to grow, too much heat can cause the pollen that grows the flowers that produce tomatoes to be killed. While the plant itself may not be harmed, there will be no fruit produced. For people living in areas with long hot days, this can cause a serious problem.

I would like to go over one more complication which would be blossom end rot. The last thing you want is to put a lot of care into your plants to find out that your tomatoes have a rotten appearance. Blossom end rot is caused by an insufficient amount of calcium. Basically, without the right amount of calcium in the soil, the chances of producing high-quality tomatoes are slim to none.

As you can see, growing your own tomatoes can be a bit challenging. It’s not as simple as planting a seed and then letting everything work itself out.

Or is it?

While taking the old-fashioned approach to growing tomatoes may require a lot of skill and intensive care, there is another option. The Garden Patch Grow Box™ takes the hassle out of growing tomatoes. This innovative grow box does almost all of the work for you.

Thanks to the design of this grow box, anyone with any level of growing experience can produce their own high-quality tomatoes.

The Grow Box™ has many amazing features that take care of some of the biggest problems tomato growers encounter. For example, the Nutrient Patch™ cover ensures that your plants will always be at the correct temperature. On top of that, it constantly supplies your plants with fertilizer which keeps your plants healthy, properly nourished, and even prevents blossom end rot.

On top of that, the Nutrient Patch™ correctly spaces your plants which are very important for proper growth. Even better, it prevents weeds which make your growing experience even more effortless.

The Garden Patch™ Grow Box™ also gets rid of the hassle of following a strict watering schedule. The 4-gallon water well provides your plants with a constant supply of water by “wicking” the water directly up to the roots thereby eradicating over and under watering.

Finally, a solution to a commonly experienced problem! Instead of having to water your plants every day, or even multiple times a day, all you have to do is fill your water well and you will be good for days. Plus, this brilliant design makes it impossible to over or under water your plants.

Thanks to the design of the Grow Box™, air is able to flow through the top and the bottom of the soil which prevents fungus growth as well as some other undesirable issues such as root rot and plant disease.

If you’re tired of having to spend money on costly hydroponics equipment and chemicals, this box is perfect for you. Believe it or not, you can grow high-quality tomatoes with ordinary potting soil. It won’t be long before your Grow Box™ completely pays for itself.

On top of all of that, this incredible invention is portable which allows you to take it outside when your plants need light and bring it back inside to avoid overexposure to the sun. This gets rid of the need for pricey grow lights.

If this isn’t enough to convince you that the Grow Box™ is perfect for you, the price of it likely will be. Believe it or not, you can start growing tomatoes nearly effortlessly for the low price of only $29.95.

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