F1 Yellow Cherry Tomato Seeds
HOW TO GROW FROM SEEDS
It is very easy to grow cherry tomatoes from seeds. You can start the seeds indoors in pots, six to eight weeks before your average last frost date. In warm conditions like 21-25 Degrees Celsius. The seeds will usually germinate in just a few days. Water every two or three days to keep the soil evenly moist. Feed your plant fertilizer once a week. Warm or hot weather is needed to grow and harvest Yellow Cherry Tomatoes. Set plants outdoors when all danger of frost has passed.
CARE AFTER GERMINATION
Do not forget to provide your tomato seedlings with more than 12 hours of bright light each day to keep them from getting leggy. You may need to transplant them into larger pots if they grow very quickly. Cherry Tomatoes are hungry plants and they need to be fertilized frequently, starting as seedlings. Depending on the mature size of the variety you are growing, you may want to set a cage, ladder or other vertical support in place at planting time.
BENEFITS AND USAGE
With Cherry Tomatoes you can make a sweet and juicy pico de gallo or avocado salsa for flatbreads or fish tacos. They can be used in making sour soup. You can cook whole Cherry Tomatoes and can make yummy tomato sauce. Cherry tomatoes are a good source of vitamins A and C, and of vitamin K and potassium. It can play a vital role in your daily nutritions.
Note: Information provided for guidance only, as cultural practices and climatic circumstances vary.
- Type: Cherry Tomato Seeds
- Germination: Quickly
- Temperature: 21-25 Degrees C
- Benefits: Healthy
More: Delicious Recipes
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