How To: Grow tomatoes in a pots and grow bags

Grow tomatoes in a pots and grow bags

Monty Don demonstrates how to plant tomatoes in grow bags and pots in the greenhouse at Berryfields, including advice on getting the most from grow bags, and when to put tomato plants outside.

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Tomato plants can be grown at home from seeds and also from the saplings available in nursery.

If you are growing the tomato plants from seeds, you can take the tomato seeds or you can use fresh tomato slices and place them in the soil and cover the seed with about 1/4" of soil and gently firm it over the seeds.

After 15 days tomato seeds will start germinating and after 30 days the plants would have grown by 1 feet height.

Scoop out a hole in the center of the new container and get the tomato plant out of the original container by holding your fingers around the stem of the plant and flipping the container over

Place the individual plants into their new containers by burying the free stem, leaving the first leaves just above the soil.

Finally, water the new plants and place them on the windowsill, or maybe in your case under the grow lights.

After transplanting, you will start to see the fruit appear within 65 to 70 days.

By 90 days, tomato will be ready for harvesting.

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