Tomatoes grow best in a rich, slightly acidic, well-draining soil. They require 2-3 months to mature, and will not tolerate frost. So, depending on where you live, it might be best to start your tomatoes inside as seeds, or you can purchase seedlings at nurseries. Plant the tomatoes in a rich soil (use fertilizer or compost) when the nighttime temperature is consistently above 50 degrees F. Cover the tomato plants if any frost is expected. Tomatoes are also planted deeper in the ground than other plants (up until their first set of leaves). Once your tomatoes are in the ground, make sure to give them plenty of water. The links below give more information about possible tomato plant pests and diseases to watch out for.
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