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Rooting Tomato Cuttings

by Mireille Bourgeois As an experiment, I decided that instead of throwing out my tomato cuttings, I would try to root them. I’d read on the glorious internet that this was a good way of getting some nice starter tomato plants. I  simply dropped the cutting into some water, put it under my grow light … Continue reading

Pruning your indoor tomato plants

by Mireille Bourgeois I knew time would come when my indoor tomato plants, which I planted in FEBRUARY, would grow too tall for their root system and get dangerously close to tipping over. If they were outside, I would just put a cage around them and encourage them to grow up. Since I’ve got about … Continue reading

Transplanting seedlings to bigger pots

by Mireille Bourgeois There comes a time when the little seeds grow into little leafy things and eventually want to be stretching their roots into bigger pots. It’s bound to happen. I may be the only person that gets stressed out about transplanting her seedlings, out of fear of killing them . It’s always during … Continue reading

Seedling update: grow light

by Mireille Bourgeois Here’s a bit of an update on the seeds I planted back in early February. My seeds germinated very well to my surprise. I expected that year-old seeds would require a bit more maintenance but I had kept all of them in ziplock bags, and then in a plastic container with a … Continue reading

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