15 Tips For Growing The Best Tomatoes In Your Garden

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One of the most devastating things that can happen to your tomato crop is root-knot nematodes. According to Clemson Cooperative Extension, these microscopic organisms attack the roots of your tomato plant, and the only way you’ll know if you have them is to examine plant roots. If your plants become discolored, stunted, or wilt easily in the heat, and nothing you’ve tried is working, take a look at the roots. Nematodes look like small balls or knots on the roots. Rotating your garden every three years will prevent nematodes from making a home in a particular area.  The University of Florida suggests planting cowpea, sunn hemp, sorghum-sudangrass, marigold, jointvetch, velvetbean, hairy indigo, castor, sesame, and red clover to help deal with the problem.

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