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Grow Tomatoes Upside Down for Better Results
Why should you grow your tomatoes upside down?
- There are no “off seasons”– That’s optional depending if you live in a condo or an apartment. But yes, as long as you provide the plants with the right amount of heat and light you can grow them juicy tomatoes throughout the whole year.
- No stakes needed– That’s right! Our beloved planet’s gravity will do the trick for you. The vines of the plant grow freely downwards and staking is unnecessary. Good stuff.
- Minimize weeding– Putting a lid on should keep weeds away from your plants, but if for some reason you forget to do that weeding would be minimal and nothing in comparison with what you would get in the classic case. This is also a result of point 5.
- Lower chance of soil disease– Since bagged soil is used and you’ll change it every year soil diseases and root rot will most likely be out of the picture.
- Air circulation– Perhaps one of the best advantages about hanging plants is that they get better air circulation and thus better pollination. Hooray healthy tomatoes!