When to Start Fertilizing Tomatoes

November 4, 2018

It's always good to apply a fertilizer to your tomato plants at planting time. Then, hold off! Then, Plants start to set fruit and fruit reaches about half its mature size, pick up your normal every-other-week fertilizer rotation. The plant will now put those nutrients to work developing flowers or fruits.

When plants are fruiting and ripening, be sure to keep them on a regular fertilizer regimen.
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If you fertilizer tomatoes too often too early, before fruit begins to develop, you might just end up with too much vegetative growth instead of flowers and fruit.

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