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|July 24, 2012||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2012
USDA Zone: No zone info
baby toamatoe plants
Okay its now middle of july and I am finding baby tomato plants popping up every where. I have heard that once a tomato polinates it can be grown inside . Is this true . I want to leave them outside till winter then bring them in any hepl please!!~~~~~~~~~
|July 24, 2012||#2|
Join Date: Jul 2012
USDA Zone: 4a
Re: baby toamatoe plants
You can grow tomato plants indoors.
Tomatoes need two things to grow successfully inside during winter.
Tomatoes grown inside require 12-16 hours of light a day. Even plants in a sunny window or in a greenhouse might need a few extra hours under grow lights during winter’s short days.
Tomatoes grow best when the air temperature is between 65º-85ºF. If your house thermostat is set lower, your house is drafty, or your greenhouse isn’t heated, you will need to keep your plants warm with a space heater or seedling heat mat.
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