22 Comments

  1. Thesweetieman
    October 9, 2019 @ 3:52 am

    you need to cut them back heaps

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  2. Tape Flip
    October 9, 2019 @ 3:52 am

    replace tomato with weed…

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  3. J.
    October 9, 2019 @ 3:52 am

    What about growing them inside in the winter? 

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  4. Garden Sheds Kent
    October 9, 2019 @ 3:52 am

    I found this gardening tips very interesting! These ideas could help us somehow to have a good start in growing tomatoes. I must be grateful to hear these gardening advice. Thank you! 

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  5. Sheds Direct Manchester
    October 9, 2019 @ 3:52 am

    It is really worth trying for! I know tomatoes are very easily grown and tasty enough to eat. Thanks for this video.

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  6. Terese aRobin
    October 9, 2019 @ 3:52 am

    Do you have a recipe for your Organic Fertilizer?

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  7. CandyBannanaHaze
    October 9, 2019 @ 3:52 am

    bugs go for any food outdoors. that should be a given:P

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  8. mlovesTx
    October 9, 2019 @ 3:52 am

    Well, I have great soil, but mildew and bugs got mine. You didn't mention that. And what kind of organic fertilizer? Did you put epsom salts in the soil?

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  9. Daniel Mahoney
    October 9, 2019 @ 3:52 am

    although I agree that rude comments aren't necessary especially on a bloody gardening video! I have to agree with William in your claim to be an organic gardener and buying your plants from the shops? there's nothing better than taking the seeds from your excess to grow the next harvest

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  10. George White
    October 9, 2019 @ 3:52 am

    I grew 465 lbs tomatoes on 11 plants that I grew from seed. My neighbors thought I was crazy at first, until they saw the finished product. Developed for the arctic to be 2" global fruit, well I was in Southern Ontario the result was as big as 4 1/2" size and sweet as honey 🙂

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  11. Christopher Cantolino
    October 9, 2019 @ 3:52 am

    simgar.com makes the ultimately best system for starting from seed. i grew 100lbs in one season.

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  12. peachs gennings
    October 9, 2019 @ 3:52 am

    um yes willyham72 it will be ok dude its prettymuch salt it lasts forever

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  13. David Johnson
    October 9, 2019 @ 3:52 am

    Thanks – what kind of staking (cages) do you use?

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  14. DNA Tech
    October 9, 2019 @ 3:52 am

    Silly Kiddies…

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  15. Daniel Coy
    October 9, 2019 @ 3:52 am

    I would take a shit on your tomato plants with that boring ass talk you gave me

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  16. CjGaming
    October 9, 2019 @ 3:52 am

    wow a lot of rude comments some people just don't want to go out of the way with starting from a seed if you prefer it then go ahead but some people don't and they don't have to and I have some experience with making a tomato gardens im helping out with one at my higheschool in FFA and we have more then 100 tomato's that we donate to food 4 families so the starter plants are easier and faster then seeds

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  17. Blu Jardin
    October 9, 2019 @ 3:52 am

    Woah, a lot of mean comments from tomato Nazis. There's a lot more effort that goes into producing a video than it takes to complain about one. Make your own informative YT video instead. Gardening is for everyone.

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  18. badsport2008
    October 9, 2019 @ 3:52 am

    What a berk

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  19. William Moore
    October 9, 2019 @ 3:52 am

    Check out Mhpgardner or webcajun if you want some good helpfull tips on growing your garden

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  20. William Moore
    October 9, 2019 @ 3:52 am

    Yea right buying your plants from a box store , not saving your seeds to replant buying organic fertilizer from the box stores .And trying tell pepole your green organic living hahaha

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  21. purplemutantas
    October 9, 2019 @ 3:52 am

    I just started growing some tomatoes and chili peppers. I started with starts. This is my second real attempt at gardening. I figure I want something relatively easy. Once I can grow something successfully, then I will try my hand at starting from seed. So I see nothing wrong with using starts as a beginner. Also, it helps support your local nursery. I am lucky enough to have an awesome nursery a little over half a mile from my home.

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  22. laminliz
    October 9, 2019 @ 3:52 am

    Have a little bit of respect for the man….. Helpful video by the way.

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