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Do tomato plants need deep pots?

Do tomato plants need deep pots?

Choose the Right Pot

Those seedlings may look small now, but a full-grown tomato plant needs a lot of space for a strong root system. For maximum production, the ideal pot size is 18-inch diameter for determinate tomatoes and 24-inch diameter for indeterminate tomatoes.

Can you grow tomatoes in a 5 gallon bucket?

Five-gallon buckets are the perfect size for one plant. Fill the pot with high-quality potting soil and make sure the container has good drainage. Some tomato growers suggest planting herbs or other plants in the same container.

How many tomatoes can you put in a 5 gallon bucket?

ANSWER: Five-gallon buckets make convenient containers for growing tomatoes and allow you to grow up to six plants in a 10-foot space in your yard or on your balcony or patio. Tomato plants perform well in black buckets because the black soaks up heat, and tomatoes thrive in warm soil.

When should I pot my tomatoes?

When should you repot tomato seedlings? Tomato seedlings are ready to be transplanted when they are at least 3 inches tall, and have their first true leaves, which are the second and subsequent sets of leaves that appear.

How many tomato plants can I grow in a pot?

Hoggard suggests planting just one tomato plant in each pot for best results. Fit each pot with a sturdy cage to support the plant.

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