Gardeners always love challenges in their field, and growing tomatoes from seeds are definitely one of those hardest things they face in their meadow. Probably for this challenge freakiness, for the utmost times, gardeners like to use tomato seeds, which they can directly save from the tomatoes, rather than using some readymade tomato seeds which are easily accessible from the market!
We have already conversed a lot about this topic in our previous article which you can get from this below link-
Today, let us explain to you some apparent processes about how to get seeds from the tomatoes and how to grow tomatoes from those seeds in a set by step method, check this out-
Effortless Way to get Tomato Seedling
How to Get Seeds from the Tomatoes:
You must be aware of some typical processes on extracting seeds from tomatoes like cutting tomatoes, scooping the pulp out, straining it with strainer and finally soaking and draining methods of this modus operandi. But, today, we will tell you the easiest way of getting tomato seeding which you haven’t heard before, for sure!
- At first, take a ripe tomato and cut it out in several thick slices with a sharp knife.
- Now, arrange your planting pot with compost or fertilized soil full in a 2/3 dimension of that pot.
- Place all the slices over the soil, one by one separately into that pot.
- Then, take some more fertilized soil and throw them out over the tomato slices evenly.
- After a gap of exact 1 week, you can see some tiny sprouts coming out from the soil.
- Now all you need is just dig the soil gently and take out the sprouted seeds carefully to use them on cultivating tomatoes.
Step by Step Process for Growing Tomatoes
Step by Step Method
How to Grow Tomatoes from the Seeds Step by Step Methods:
People, who love to use the previous process to get the seeds, can easily go with those methods and arrange some seeds for their cultivation or some of them can buy a packet of seeds from the market directly if they want! Now, let us guide you with some clear steps on this crop growing scheme, take a look-
- Take plastic peat pots with several sections, which you can easily get from any nursery or garden supplier store.
- Fill each section with compost or fertilized soil and dig gently with your finger to make holes to place the seed. Make sure that you are digging two holes in each section.
- Now, place the seeds and add some more fertilized soil on the top of those seeds.
- Cover the whole pot with a 5 to 6 inches glass cover and keep it in your room, which must have an average temperature of 70 to 80 degrees.
- Validate grow of your seeds until germination and once the sprouts get noticed, start watering them frequently. Sprouts generally saw after 7 to 10 days of the seeding.
- When your plants get a height of minimum 6 inches, then, it’s time to take them out, under the direct sunlight long with, in individual growing base!
- Prepare a wider garden container or pot or tub for each tomato plant, by filling them with compost and soil.
- Then, take out the plants gently from that plastic peat pots with a garden scraper.
- You need to take extra care when taking out the plant from the pot, as a bit of negligence could harm or damage your plant totally! Tomato plants have wider root system as we mentioned before, thus, use your scraper carefully while digging the soil and taking each plant out of the pot! Never cut or tear apart the plant from its root when placing them on a bigger base.
- Now, make a soil mixture in which 1/3 part is peat moss, 1/3 part is compost, and 1/3 part is coarse vermiculite or other kinds of fertilizer.
- Fill 2/3 portion of your prearranged garden container with this soil, dig the middle of the soil, place one tomato plant gently, fill the remaining space with the same soil mixture.
- Place trellises or stakes near the plants to give a strong support, to the trunk of each plant. Situate the stake gently next to every plant and tie a little string on the stake along with the trunk of the plant.
- Start watering every single plant and after a gap of 2 weeks, when your plants get the measurement of 8 to 9 inches, transfer them to your garden space directly.
- To relocate tomato plants, dig a hole of 2 feet deep into your pre-decided garden area.
- Place the plant into the hole, pat the planted place slightly and keep watering on a regular basis, at every single plant.
- Try to add the peat moss composer to your garden soil, while preparing them for tomato plants, as it will give the soil a better draining system than ever!
- Now, take out the stake from every plant put a planting cage over every single tomato plant, as, in this way, they will get a wider support system for growing.
- Keep watering daily and check that your plants could get adequate sunlight or not.
- If you follow the every single step flawlessly, after a duration of 60 to 65 days, you get red, juicy, alluring on your each plant! Just harvest the fruit at its peak.