We talk about the features of transplanting tomatoes to achieve a good harvest.

We talk about the features of transplanting tomatoes to achieve a good harvest.


03/26/2024 01:21

Transplanting tomato seedlings into a greenhouse is an important stage in the cultivation of this popular vegetable. Tomatoes are one of the most favorite crops among gardeners and gardeners, and to achieve good results you need to know the features of transplanting seedlings.

Before transplanting tomato seedlings into a greenhouse, it is necessary to properly prepare the soil. In the greenhouse, soil preparation should be carried out, weeds should be removed and the soil should be watered with a weak solution of potassium salt. This will help destroy pathogens and prevent fungal infections.

To transplant tomato seedlings, you should choose healthy and strong plants. Seedlings can be transplanted into the greenhouse when they are about 6-8 weeks old and have 6-8 true leaves. In this case, the plants must be strong and have a well-developed root system.

Before transplanting, you should thoroughly weed the rows in the greenhouse and remove all weeds. Then form holes in the soil about 10 centimeters deep and a distance of about 50 centimeters between them. When transplanting seedlings into a greenhouse, it is necessary to take into account the growing conditions of tomatoes, so it is important to maintain optimal placement of plants from each other so as not to create clusters and provide each plant with enough space to grow.

Before transplanting, it is also necessary to trim the lower leaves of the seedlings to ensure proportional development of the root system. After this, carefully remove the seedlings from the container, trying not to damage the roots. Space the plants into the openings in the greenhouse and pinch the tops back lightly to encourage side shoots and bush formation.

In order for the plants to take root better and form a strong root system, it is necessary to thoroughly water the greenhouse after transplanting. The water should be warm and free of chlorine. After watering, the plants should be sprayed generously to create optimal humidity in the greenhouse and promote active establishment of seedlings.

After transplanting tomato seedlings into a greenhouse, you should monitor their condition and properly care for them. Water regularly, and you can use mineral and organic fertilizers to provide plants with the necessary nutrients. As the plants grow, you should also properly form the bushes and remove side shoots.

Do not forget that tomatoes love light, so you should provide them with enough sunlight, especially in winter. Ventilate the greenhouse regularly to prevent overheating and mold formation.

Now, knowing all the necessary steps and features of transplanting tomato seedlings into a greenhouse, you can successfully cultivate this popular crop and get rich harvests of healthy and juicy tomatoes.

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Author Vladislav Lenivko

Vladislav Lenivko – journalist, correspondent for the news service Pravda.Ru

Curator Andrey Tumanov

Andrey Tumanov – Russian journalist and TV presenter, producer, political figure

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