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Mihailmishov
Apr 9, 2017 4:18 AM CST
Hello i would appritiate some help i am about to transfere my tomato plants into a pot and i am using the compost from tomato growing bags. So my question is is it going to be nessesery or benefitial after i make a hole to add some extra fertilisers like absent salts or something else or the growbag compost has everything nessesery already in it. Thank you in advance
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JuneOntario
Apr 9, 2017 8:11 AM CST
If you don't know what nutrients are in the soil already, adding extra fertilizer might be overdoing it. I suggest you plant the tomatoes in their pots and see how well they grow for a couple of weeks. If they don't grow well, try adding a little fertilizer either dissolved in water or mixed into the surface of the soil. Tomato plants get big, so you'll need a large container, especially if you are planting more than one in the same pot.

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