How to Stop Cutworms on Tomato Plants?

Answer Cutworm moths come from larvae that love to feed on tomato plants. There are multiple types of cutworms in North America, including black cutworms, glassy cutworms, granulated cutworms and variegat... Read More »

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How to stop blight in tomato plants?

There are several fungi that attack tomatoes. Some are soil borne and others are spread through the air.All fungus needs moisture to survive. Staking your plants and pruning suckers lets air circul... Read More »

How do I stop a deer from eating tomato plants?

PlantsGrow plants that deer don't like to prevent them from grazing in your garden. Surround your tomato plants or your entire vegetable garden with flowers such as poppies, marigolds, black-eyed S... Read More »

How many tomato plants will Tomato-tone fertilize?

When using Tomato-tone, an organic patented plant food, the recommendation is to apply 3 lbs. per 50 square feet. As vine tomatoes require on average 1 square foot per plant, this would effectivel... Read More »

How many tomato plants will a Tomato-tone fertilize?

One 4-lb. bag of Tomato-tone will fertilize four tomato plants. Mix 3 tbsp. of Tomato-tone per plant into the soil, plant, then feed each tomato plant 3 tbsp. of Tomato-tone after 10 to 14 days. Fe... Read More »