How to Grow Tomatoes in South Africa?

Answer Tomatoes love heat and sunshine, which makes growing tomatoes in sunny South Africa a cinch. South Africa's climate is temperate and mild, but does vary across regions. The country's eastern coast ... Read More »

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How to Grow Vegetables in South Africa?

South Africa is a relatively small country, about twice the size of Texas, at the southern tip of the African continent. Bordered by two oceans, South Africa has a temperate climate, but the weathe... Read More »

How to Grow Organic Vegetables in South Africa?

Organic farming is popular in South Africa, though farms may not be certified as such by U.S. standards--an expensive process many farmers avoid. But farmers trace their roots back generations in S... Read More »

How to Grow Fruits & Vegetables During the Winter in South Africa?

South Africa's winters are not very harsh across most of the country, although this does vary by region. The country's humid eastern coastline rarely dips below 50 degrees in the winter. The dryer,... Read More »

Can I grow tomatoes from store-bought tomatoes?

Seeds from a store-bought tomato must be fermented before planting. This process takes approximately three days, and then the seeds must be dried for at least a week. For the best-tasting homegrown... Read More »