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San Marzano Tomato

Cherry Tomato

 

PLANTING

Sprinkle only 3 seeds (per 4" pot) over moist soil, then cover with 1/4” layer of soil (do not pack)

 

WATER

2-3 oz per watering, or less. Allow the top 1/2’ of soil to dry slightly between waterings. DO NOT over-water or white fuzz (fungus) will grow on pots and soil

 

AIR

Well-ventilated room, use a small fan to increase airflow

 

SUNLIGHT

6-8 hours per day of direct sunlight, or 12-16 hours per day grow lights

 

TEMPERATURE

60-85 degrees (70-80 degrees ideal for sprouting)

 

FERTILIZER

Fertilization needed at transplanting and throughout the growing season

 

GERMINATION

7-14 days to see sprouts

 

THINING

Remove weaker seedlings when the strongest seedling is about 2 inches. Remove weaker seedlings by cutting them off at soil level with scissors being careful not to disturb the roots of the remaining seedling.

 

TRANSPLANT

Transplant when plant is at least 3-4 inches and outside temperatures are in the 60’s or warmer. 

 

FERTILIZING

No fertilizer needed until transplant. Then once every month lightly top dress soil with organic fertilizer and water in thoroughly. We recommend using our Organic Starter-Transplanter fertilizer at transplant and until the plant starts flowering, then using our Organic All-Purpose vegetable garden fertilizer during the rest of the growing season. 

FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED

Jeff and I started Spade To Fork because more than anything we wanted to make food personal again. We loved teaching our own children how to grow food, and saw how far removed most of us have become from this process. Food has become industrialized and quality of produce and the skill of home gardening have been somewhat lost with this industrialized growth.

Our aim at Spade To Fork is to share the knowledge of gardening and make it as simple and fun as possible. We believe anyone, anywhere can and should have a garden.

All our products are certified organic and our packaging is earth-friendly and plastic-free. Having a toxic-free and healthy environment is important for our health and our planet's. We want to leave a better place for our children and the future generations. Thank you for being a part of this quiet revolution!

Ana & Jeff