Answer: Tomatos do best with at least 6 hours of direct sun a day. There really isn't any difference between varieties as far as being in full or partial sun. Good varieties for containers and small spaces are 'Bush Big Boy' and 'Tumbler'. I'd plant themin the full sun location and plant other vegetables such as lettuce, spinach and carrots in the part sun location since these vegetables will grow okay there. Add composted cow manure to the soil and even topsoil if you can, to build the planting depth to at least 8-10" deep for the best growth. Then add supplemental fertilizers during the growing season such as a handful of 5-10-10 per plant at flowering time and fish emulsion once every few weeks when you water. This should give them plenty of nutrients.
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