|i have been infected with nematodes some years ago, and snce i have not been able to plant my tomatoes in the ground, when i try and grow them in a 2-3 gal bucket they don't do well after about the first month, and can i plant tomatoes now as hot as it is? thanks wayne|
I would increase the container size to at least 5 gallons for a tomato plant. I think this will help a lot. Maintain even soil moisture and fertilize every week with a soluble plant food such as Miracle Gro or Peter's. You can still plant a tomato now for a fall crop if you don't delay.
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