Tomato Plants — Plant Tomatoes & Grow Tomatoes

Tricia shows you how to plant and grow tomatoes organically! Grow tomatoes in containers or in the garden. Get more info plus organic gardening supplies at Peaceful Valley, Read our blog post Grow Tomatoes Organic Gardening Tips

12 Responses to “Tomato Plants — Plant Tomatoes & Grow Tomatoes”

  1. If you click on our website in the video description (sorry I can’t put links in the comments) you can find a 3-pack of Wall-o-Water on our website. We ship nationally.

  2. where can i find that ”wall of water” thingy, i’m curious

  3. Wow! Those are some tomatoes, good root systems and good soil for sure.

  4. My dad used to bury his maters in a foot long trench, having the root ball and stem facing due south and leave about 3 top leaves abouve soilline. Every week or 2, we had harvested as much as 6 brown paper bags full of fruit. Probably 2-300 pounds from about 90 plants, left to sprawl, never knew how many fell to the coons and slugs, we were kind of gratefful about that.

  5. thepraticalgardener Reply May 12, 2012 at 3:41 pm

    Instead of the green “water wall” product try using EZ-walls Plant Protectors! They set up in a jiffy and hold up to the wind. They also have a closed top fill tube area which means you fill the whole thing from one point and not all those individual cells! Then you don’t have all of those open cells with water that trap and kill the beneficial insects like bees and lady bugs! Look up the video and you will see the difference! :)

  6. Very nice. I grow all of my vegetables organically. My trick is to cover the garden with about 10 inches of leaves in the late Fall. I only grow garlic and chard in the winter. Then in March I till in the leaves for an early spring planting in April. I make a salsa from the all fresh and natural ingredients from my summer garden. Hope you’ll try the recipe. Thanks for a great video!

  7. MarshmallowVogt Reply May 12, 2012 at 4:34 pm

    Oops simple tomato cage

  8. MarshmallowVogt Reply May 12, 2012 at 4:59 pm

    Nice garden set up where do you get your bamboo for the tomato jungle gym lol thats probably way better than a sim

  9. Thanks! And hooray for Paul Robeson!

  10. You’re right, mikezuro, there are many sources of calcium. We recommended Azomite because in addition to calcium, it also contains so many trace elements. Trace elements are one of the most common soil deficiencies.

  11. Azomite!??? This stuff is 11% Aluminum! If you want calcium apply calcium! Gypsum, calcium carbonate, what ever, but not Azomite!

    That is the most amazing bamboo I have ever seen! Looks just like metal! haha…

  12. TheUrbanOutdoors Reply May 12, 2012 at 7:06 pm

    nice garden setup….my Paul Robeson seeds actually came from your store..hahaha