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Winter Sowing: WS tomotoes transplant or not

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Flippin, AR
(Zone 7a)

April 23, 2010
2:41 PM

Post #7730759

I WS alot of tomotoes/peppers, there about a couple of inches high, there so tiny compared to the ones at the stores, do I need to transplant them to bigger containers or can I just put them in the garden. Katie
Marietta, MS
(Zone 7b)

April 23, 2010
2:54 PM

Post #7730787

You can just go ahead & put them in the garden :)



SE Houston (Hobby), TX
(Zone 9a)

April 26, 2010
2:49 PM

Post #7739601

Sink 'em deep, right up to the two nurse leaves at the bottom (cotlyedons). They'll take off. But, be careful not to overfertilize the tender babies and burn their roots to death!



SE Houston (Hobby), TX
(Zone 9a)

April 29, 2010
12:04 PM

Post #7748816

What's your tomato transplant update? LMK how you made out!
Flippin, AR
(Zone 7a)

April 30, 2010
3:50 PM

Post #7752159

So far they are pretty tiny still, at first I didn't plant them all the way up to there two true leaves but then I added some more dirt around them. It's been very cold here around 40's and 50's but none of them have died yet. I think I planted 28 plants. I've been fertilzing them with weak fish emilsion.

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