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Can you give me advice on my tomato?

Lastly, I have a scarlett red tomato plant I planted last month. It already flowered and had two tomatoes when I planted it. It is in a raised bed with soil with compost I put down three months ago and a fairly high nitrogen content. I put down bone meal about two months ago. Is there anything you suggest adding to the soil to help the tomato grow and to enrich the flavor?
Last Updated: Jul 22, 2014  |  23 Views

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Putting compost in the soil before planting should provide all the nutriants that tomato plants require. If you have all foliageq and no blossums, put down a fertilizer high in P and K, phosphate and potassium. By now you should be getting tomatos.

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