Added by on 2013-04-04

[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote In this episode of GardenRx, host Loren Nancarrow sets the record straight on growing prize winning tomatoes in your own garden. You’ll learn how to ready the soil prior to planting, when and how to plant and you’ll learn Loren’s organic “homemade” fertilizer recipe. You’ll learn how much to water and when, how to avoid Blossom End Rot and we’ll introduce you the mother of the Dreaded Tomato Horn Worm and give you a quick and easy method for controlling this crop destroying little critter. Basically, everything you need to know to grow world class tomatoes and possibly become famous.

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25 Comments

  • nmnerquier 5 years ago

    I was just about to say the exact thing but you beat me? to it…

  • bosatsu76 5 years ago

    Dude… That was awesome…? You really know your stuff…

  • crazymoo56 5 years ago

    Store tomatoes = practically no nutrition, like? most vegetables from intensive farming.

  • LenGunGardenExpert 5 years ago

    As a fellow Garden Expert, I think your tips & advice show some great promise. I too became ‘world famous’ for my tomato exploits, but in the end the Police dropped the charges which was? pleasing. If I might be a trifle presumptuous – along with the cup of Calcium; and the cup of Gypsum – might I suggest a good old British cup of Tea from time to time. Maybe even some cake? And if, like me, you find bright red tomatoes a little embarrassing – try adding custard to the Gypsum for a yellow tinge..

  • TheBrokedaddy 5 years ago

    Thank you very much your style is awesome? and the information very useful

  • CupRockTV 5 years ago

    hi junito1957, thanks for the kind words and thanks for the sub. We appreciate the support? and will keep making videos. All the best!

  • junito1957 5 years ago

    you sir know what your talking about , and you earn yourself another subscriber, keep making your video coming and make more videos on growing vegetables, plz?

  • tsfmoa 5 years ago

    If u put all that staff what he put in the small garden anything will grows but at the? end it will be very expensive I live in Australia here all thee things r so expensive to buy.

  • Joe Hunter 5 years ago

    Awesome video.? I will be implementing these ideas on my garden next summer

  • Mochalatteswirl1 5 years ago

    He’s? hot

  • niffer58 5 years ago

    Like your ideas. I? will try it. Thanks!!

  • Corinna Hasofferett 5 years ago

    thanks, you are so good. my only problem is that living in Israel I have no access to your brands of fertilizers. except fish meal, i didn’t catch the names of the others. Can you please provide some universal names for those?
    thanks for the opportunity? to subscribe.

  • sayhello2pedro 5 years ago

    By far the best tomato care video I’ve seen. I’ve? been following your advice and so far so good. Very happy to subscribe. Thank you

  • anteabuel 5 years ago

    Wow, do I ever love your videos! I wish i had been a gardener, And i bet? all other veggies and salads turn out as yummy as your tomatoes! Canada should be the garden of the world, everybody with a ‘once a week loving care’ to one patch. A better meeting place for people too..

  • Bill Vassar 5 years ago

    I am a beginner at gardening and have learned more from your videos than any? other source on the web. Thank You very much! I do have a question abut this particular video. Is there any reason that the tips in this video would not or should not be used on other vegetables like peppers, cucumbers, cantaloupe, etc.

  • RawClorophile 5 years ago

    who the funk disliked this ? ppl are? just stupid these days. man….

  • Drew Grow 5 years ago

    You? know your stuff 🙂

  • electricfemale 5 years ago

    Thank you, now I see things I did wrong this year, will? help me for next.

  • galaxiexl500 5 years ago

    Why did you use pepper plant cages instead of tomato? cages? Indeterminate tomatoes will out grow those little cages within a month. Tomato cages should be at least 8 feet tall. Overall your vido is excellent for beginners.

  • kalvenism 5 years ago

    I am extremely impressed by your videos and have learned quite a bit. I look forward to new videos as I am sure I have much more to learn from? you.

  • craftymom7 5 years ago

    Thanks very much for subscribing. 🙂 I did too!? 🙂

  • craftymom7 5 years ago

    Hi Thanks very much for these tips. I am new to gardening , my first garden. Yay!!!!! With your awesome advice, I will get award winning? tomatoes , hopefully next year! 🙂 Can”t wait.

  • mel san buenaventura 5 years ago

    I? thought i was watching “Dirty Jobs” for a second.

  • tinlizzy48 5 years ago

    how many plants go in this? 2 X 8 growing area?

  • wpm44 5 years ago

    Great video. You speak really well and are entertaining. I have an amazing tomato growing video on my channel. I actually had a really nice volunteer tomato plant grow out of a concrete wall! If you see it let me know what you think? and how that may have happened?? Thanks, Bill