Answer: Generally you would set transplants at the same soil depth as they were planted in the nursery container. Tomatoes are an exception because they will root along the stem if the stem is buried in the soil. The usual advice is to set tomatoes deep in the soil, up to the first leaf branches. You can experiment with yours to see if there really is a difference in growth and production. Either way, I hope you have a bountiful harvest!
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