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How To Grow Tomato Seeds video with Thompson & Morgan.

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Published on Feb 14, 2010

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Tomato : Sungold F1
Cordon (Indeterminate). An excellent new tomato for glasshouse or outdoor culture to provide lots of deliciously different fruit for salads etc. Tomato Sungold has an exceptional and very high sugar content (it definitely rivals 'Gardeners Delight') these attractive golden orange, approx. 13 gram, fruit are irresistible with a sweet flavour all their own -almost a dessert fruit! Sungold crops well and has resistance to Tobacco Mosaic Virus and Fusarium to ensure healthy plants.

Comments • 153

Uday Mishra
This video is helpful for bigner, please tell about types of tometo seed for tropical region. 
Rahul Singh
good video . you deserve a suscriber
Jack Standring
Is that a massive cannabis plant in the background, or a Japanese Maple leaf? 
Thompson & Morgan TV
+Jack Standring It's definitely a Japanese Maple!
Leyenda1
Why not plant them in the pot you transplanted them to in the first place?
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Leyenda1
+Thompson & Morgan TV Makes sense. Thanks for the reply. 
praveen raju
because to germinate
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The SkyClasher
+Thompson & Morgan I have a question: after transplanting your tomatoes can they be placed on a direct sunlight place????
Thompson & Morgan TV
Yes but keep an eye on them as they may become scorched if it gets too hot.
praveen raju
this vedio is very good to germinate tomato with thompson & morgon gardening is very good
Aaliya Iqbal
Which month do you plant your tomato seeds
Thompson & Morgan TV
+Aaliya Iqbal we plant our tomato seeds in March or April, although for greenhouse growing you can sow as early as February. We hope this helps!
blooduhz
I planted sweet tomato straight into my garden (together with compost) 3 months later it still stuck the size of 1:03 it likes it dont want to grow any more taller. i digged the soil ground few inches deeper so no hard soil beneath the compost, hmm any help?
blooduhz
thanks! Will take a look at it tomorrow morning. Yeah my garden have a lot of wild roots even though i sorted it out from times to times.
Thompson & Morgan TV
Hi blooduhz, it's very unusual for a plant not to grow at all, especially tomatoes! You did the right thing in loosening the soil. Digging in lots of organic matter such as well rotted manure will also help improve the soil structure and fertility. The only other reasons a plant may not grow is if it's being attacked by a root pest or there is some residual weed killer in the soil. Often patio and path weed killers contain residual, long-lasting active ingredients so take care if these have been sprayed nearby. Tomatoes are also very sensitive to hormonal weed killers which are used to treat weeds in lawns. I hope this gives you some ideas.
Plant Hobby
Wonderfully magnified, like. I will wait for you to channel
SmallsVEVO
Do i need to apply any fertilizer?or any insect spray?Thank u nice Tomatoes tho
Thompson & Morgan TV
Keep an eye out for any pests and use an appropriate insecticide or biological control if you need to. Feed your tomatoes with a general liquid feed until the first truss has formed then alternate with a high potash feed. This will encourage more flowers and fruit.
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