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Growing Tomatoes Successfully in the Pacific Northwest - Shared screen with speaker view
Margery Whites
40:49
I started tomato seeds indoors. What size should the seedlings be before setting them out?
Steve Belcher
48:06
I would say 3-4 inches with a few true leaves. You need to harden them. Watch out for slugs, they will leave you nothing but a stalk.
Francoise Pearlman
49:01
We have seen blossom end rot with a terrible black color on the bottom of the fruit. What can we do to avoid it after the plants have already been growing?
Dana Hogenson
51:10
When germinating the seeds, how moist should the soil be?
Mary Beth
01:23:45
is this okay - 15 gallon container with one tomato plant and several lettuces/spinach/arugula?
Sharon Oppenheimer
01:27:17
Pub. to advise on growing in 6X8 greenhouse raised beds?
Susi W
01:29:45
May we see the list of recommended varieties for our area again? Thank you!
Sharon Oppenheimer
01:30:49
For determinates~ remove ALL suckers above 1st. blossom cluster?
Dana Hogenson
01:32:36
Great presentation, thank you!
Anne Pelayo
01:34:18
If I have indeterminate Sweet 100 that are 2 feet hight with two main stems should I leave?
Anne Pelayo
01:34:27
or prune one off ?
Mary Beth
01:35:00
is this okay - 15 gallon container with one tomato plant and several lettuces/spinach/arugula?
Julia Cordz
01:37:05
Thank you for this presentation. It was very well done and informative.
Margery Whites
01:37:35
Thank you very much. Great information.
Mary Beth
01:38:05
thank you, excellent information, much appreciated!
Cherie Moulin
01:38:08
What is recommended container size and also smallest size that will work.
Anne Pelayo
01:38:36
thank you
Sara Farinelli
01:40:14
WSU website provides a list of publications on growing tomatoes in a greenhouse. http://vegetables.wsu.edu/Tomatoes.html
Janice Bartron
01:40:15
We suggest a 5 gallon pot as the minimum size for a tomato container.