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Better Boy Tomato. Better Boy tomato. Common Name: Better Boy Tomato. Better B oy Tomato. Herbacous Annuals Grow to a height of 1-1.5 feet Full sun an light, dry soil General purpose (20-20-20) fertilizer once per month, or as needed. Planting Better Boy tomatos.

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Better Boy Tomato


Better Boy tomato

  • Common Name: Better Boy Tomato


Better Boy Tomato

  • Herbacous Annuals

  • Grow to a height of 1-1.5 feet

  • Full sun an light, dry soil

  • General purpose (20-20-20) fertilizer once per month, or as needed


Planting Better Boy tomatos

  • Begin planting your tomato’s in early spring, immediately after the last frost of snow of the winter.

  • Cover the soil with a thin layer of perlite


Germination and Conditions

  • Average germination will take place between 8-12 days

  • Cover seeds with a thin layer of pearlite

  • Light: Full sunlight

  • Moisture: High moisture (saturated) for first 5 days. Wet until day 8. After day 8, alternate days between wet and medium moisture

  • Temperature: Average of 65 degrees F


Blooming

  • To prevent the stalks from kinking or breaking under the weight of their tomatos, tie them up at several heights as the plants grow.Use dowels or tomato cages.


Caring and Harvest

  • The first of the tomatoes should be ready to harvest about 2 ½ months after planting and should continue to produce into late fall.

  • Water often

  • As tomatoes become ripe and attract insects be sure to spray with organic insect repellent to protect them.


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