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How often should I fertilize my tomato plants?
As soon as you see a few defined tomatoes about the size of marbles, add another round of fertilizer. Spray the ground around the plant with a water-soluble fertilizer or turn quick-release fertilizer into the soil around the base of the plant. As the tomatoes grow, fertilize the plants every seven to 10 days until the tomatoes are ready to pick.
What happens if you fertilize tomato plants after the fruit has set?
If raw fertilizer comes in contact with the roots of the plant, it can burn the tomato plant. When fertilizing tomato plants after the fruit have set, first make sure the tomato plant is watered well.
When should I start feeding my tomato plants?
Your first feeding should come before you even have any tomato plants in your garden. When you prepare the soil in your new garden bed, you should work in a good quality of organic tomato fertilizer according to packaging directions. Till it in to a depth of about one foot.
How to fertilize soil for Tomatoes?
You need to fertilize the soil before you are planting the tomatoes. It is best to fertilize the soil when you are preparing the soil for planting. This is the first fertilizing process. Then, you will need to fertilize the soil again when your plant has fruit that is the size of golf balls. It is the second fertilizing process.