Container Tomato Plants

Tomato Plants Growing in Container


Danielle added on August 20, 2017 | Answered

I\'m just not to sure about a few different things. First question is my pot the right size for my plant. #2 when should my tomato turn red. And 3rd I moved it in a bigger pot can a tomato plant get in a stage of shock because of doing that Thank you Danielle


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David Wynne
Answered on August 21, 2017

In reverse order. 3. Too late to move it. 2. It will turn red naturally. Make sure that the sun can get to it, removing leaves if necessary. 1. You do not say how big the pot is. One foot diameter at the top at least, and fifteen inches deep. (You can extend the depth by using a bottomless pot, and placing the pot on SOIL anywhere in your garden)

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