I was reading an article yesterday that had some interesting info. I am no expert and have had 4 gardens so far. I can grow a tomato but not impressive plants like many of you do. I mix horse manure compost in the garden, till it up, add some 8-8-8 when the plants start to grow. What all can i do to have healthy, high yielding plants this year?
Back to the article i was reading, they dig a 2' hole, put fish heads/ tails, egg shells, a head ache tablet that supposely helps the plants immune system, some Meal worm powder i believe it was, and then they place the plant on top of all of that, add some dirt and plant the plant fairly deep with only the top out of the ground. They swear by it and grow very nice tomatoes. Now i know you don't have to go to that extreme to grow nice tomatoes but was curious what you all have found that works to grow bigger and better yielding tomatoes.