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OROZCONLECHE
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Time To Repot!

I was looking over my Tomato Plant and The Roots were coming out the Bottom, its about to flower so I think its perfect time for Repotting, Here is the Tomato plant in its Original Next to its new Home,[img]https://i1228.photobucket.com/albums/ee442/OROZCOVICTOR/2012-02-02185949.jpg[/img]
as I took the Plant out the Roots were all over The Soil That means Its Time
[img]https://i1228.photobucket.com/albums/ee442/OROZCOVICTOR/2012-02-02190035.jpg[/img]
and Now it can Prolificide if thats even a Word lol, the Parsley around the plant looks more than amazing, im going to put more Parsley around the Edges and Here is the Plant in its new Home [img]https://i1228.photobucket.com/albums/ee442/OROZCOVICTOR/2012-02-02192945.jpg[/img]
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Re: Time To Repot!

OROZCONLECHE wrote:I
and Now it can Prolificide if thats even a Word lol, [img]https://i1228.photobucket.com/albums/ee442/OROZCOVICTOR/2012-02-02192945.jpg[/img]
LOL :lol:
Are you going to keep in pots or the earth?

Hey, where'd that foot come from-can't transplant that puppy ? :lol:
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Well I want to put it on the Ground but I might move to another house because we cant keep up with the rent payments -___- but i put my foot just for a size reference my feet is actually 12inches lol so 1 foot lol, and Im using Lots of Organic fertilizers and earthworms just so it can produce to its full potential, unfortunately I had to take off 1 sucker just to plant it deeper, and I don't believe in cutting off suckers =/ but oh well its now gana be a happier Plant =)
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Once it is in the ground (or it's final large container), you will want to cut off a couple more of the bottom branches. Tomatoes do better and are less disease prone, if no stems/ leaves touch the ground.
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Ill keep that in mind because i guess one leaf was touching the ground recently and its getting mold, and Im sure the plant can do good without that one branch
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