Growing organic tomatoes can have a lot of benefits. One, it provides you with fresh tomatoes without the harmful side effects of pesticides and chemicals that are common in growing tomatoes commercially. Second, it offers you a lot of savings. You do not have to buy them from the market, as you can have unlimited supply in your garden. Third, it relieves stress.

Gardening is one of the productive ways of spending time. It relieves tension and stress. If you want to grow tomatoes organically, you would only use organic matters especially in feeding your plants with fertilizers. Synthetically-manufactured fertilizers may do harm to your health, as you would consume the remnants of the chemicals from the synthetic fertilizers.

No matter how many times you wash the crops, the impact of the chemicals is irreversible and irrevocable. You may really have greater chances at eating chemicals which can be toxic. Now, your soil is very important. It should be organic.

To make your soil organic, you will need compost. Compost is the by-product of composting, the natural process of turning your kitchen and garden wastes into plant food and soil modifier. Compost or humus is a black substance, resembling the soil in appearance and odor. It is rich in nutrients essential to plant growth. Your tomato plants will no doubt benefit from the compost’s nitrogen, potassium and phosphorous.

You can make your own compost at home through composting. The garden nursery may also sell some you compost by the pound. If there is no compost available, you can use peat moss. It can also be an effective soil conditioner and soil modifier.

If you are planting directly in the soil, you will have to amend that area with organic fertilizer such as compost or peat moss. Dig deep into the ground and fill it up with compost, almost to ground level. You will fill it up to the ground level as soon as you have planted your seedlings.

If you are planning on growing organic tomatoes in a container, then you will have to select the bins for the garden bed. A 30-gallon garbage can make a nice garden bed. You will also fill it up with organic matter. But of course, the foundation of the garden bed should be pure soil.

Selecting your tomato cultivar is important. The varieties of tomatoes are many. But the best type to grow is that which is ideal for your zone. You can consult the local garden nursery to determine which tomato cultivar will have the best growth in your area.

It is important that you feed your plants with food-fertilizers. The compost is a good source of all the nutrients needed for them to grow healthy. You may need to apply humus around the base of your plants every two weeks or whenever necessary.

Inside the tower and packingOrganic tomatoes are similar to the ones grown for commercial uses. The air circulation should be monitored, and the distance between plants should be enough as well. Do not forget to water the plants regularly. Of course, you need to select the area that provides a good amount of sunlight.

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