There is just about nothing else in life that feels as good as plucking a plump and juicy tomato off of the vine in your back yard. The feeling of bringing amazing, healthy, and organic food into existence is pretty heady — but it definitely isn’t always easy! Tomatoes in particular give plenty of home gardeners issues and they are problematic enough that we have decided to jump in and try to help out. We decided to compile 12 rock solid tips for growing juicy, red, delicious tomatoes right in your own backyard! Keep on reading and get ready to eat as many tomatoes as you can handle.
Understand the concept of garden spacing.
You could probably spend plenty of time on online classes in order to learning the art of growing outdoor tomatoes, so we’ll stick to giving you some core conceptual tips. First off you really need to spend time learning the concept of garden spacing. Tomatoes are big plants and they send their roots outward in order to create enough room to grow correctly. In order to get the best tomatoes possible you need to space your plants around 48 inches apart. If you get the plants any closer than that you will end up with a whole host of issues: decreased disease tolerance, smaller plants, and smaller fruit production. Don’t let yoru wait go to waste, space your plants properly!