How long does it take for a tomato plant to grow?

Answer Tomato plants take from 60 to 80 days to mature after you transplant them. The ideal method for growing tomatoes is to plant seeds in small containers. After six to eight weeks, transplant the youn... Read More »

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How long does it take for a tomato plant to grow big enough to give fruit?

If you can find plants called "Early Girl" you'll have your first tomatoes in about 90 days

How to Grow a Tomato Plant?

Are you learning to grow your own sweet, juicy tomatoes? Luckily for you, tomato plants can grow almost anywhere, that is warm and a little damp. But as with most vegetation that produce a fruit, a... Read More »

What do you pinch on a tomato plant to help it grow?

Properly pruning your tomato plant will ensure that the plant uses its energy to produce and ripen large plump tomatoes. When the many shoots that pop up are not pinched, it will consume water and ... Read More »

How to Grow a Whopper Tomato Plant?

Whopper tomato plants grow 4-inch-across meaty tomatoes on indeterminate vines up until the first frost. The North Carolina Cooperative Extension recommends growing Whopper as a top performer. It's... Read More »