Added by on 2016-06-05

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote How To Plant Tomatoes & Peppers into Raised Bed Vegetable Garden in Arizona – Organic Gardening Tips In this episode, I will be transplanting my tomato and pepper plants into my raised organic vegetable garden bed. Along the way I will be giving you a few tips on how deep to plant them and what fertilizers and plant food to use. I usually plant my tomato plants a few inches deeper than they have been in the cup because they will regrow roots from the little fuzzes along the stem. However, I make sure to pinch off all the extra leaves along the part of the stem that is going to be underground so they don’t rot and cause health problems to my tomato plants. The pepper plants, unlike the tomato plants, won’t grow roots from the stem, so I only plant them as deep as the bottom 2 leaves. In both cases, I make sure that above the ground leaves don’t touch the soil, and if they do, I pinch those off as well. For both, tomato and peeper plants, in the planting hole, I add: 1. One tablespoon of Epsom salt 2. One tablespoon of organic Azomite rock dust 3. One tablespoon of homemade eggshell and banana peel fertilizer (both the eggs and the bananas were organic). Here is the link to the video so you can see how I make my own organic potassium and calcium fertilizer at home: 4. A hand full of Dr. Earth organic fertilizer 5. One crashed baby aspirin per plant The tomato plants in this video were started indoors from organic seeds on February 14th, 2016. I transplanted them into bigger cups on March 4th. The pepper plants in this video were started indoors from […]


  • Runninbear Green 4 years ago

    I cannot understand what the second ingredient is that she adds to the soil, can anyone help me and spell out the second ingredient she adds?

  • Andrey Anev 4 years ago

    Саше, сложи ръкавици, ще се ощавиш с тази химия.

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