- 1 How do you keep tomatoes from splitting?
- 2 Are split tomatoes safe to eat?
- 3 Why are my fresh tomatoes splitting?
- 4 Should I water tomatoes every day?
- 5 What can I do with cracked tomatoes?
- 6 What happens if you over water tomato plants?
- 7 Should I remove yellow leaves from tomato plant?
- 8 Can tomato plants get too much sun?
- 9 How many hours of sun do tomatoes need?
- 10 Why are my tomato leaves turning yellow and curling?
- 11 What does yellow leaves on tomato plants mean?
- 12 Are coffee grounds good for tomato plants?
- 13 What does baking soda do for tomatoes?
- 14 Is Epsom salt good for tomato plants?
- 15 What is the best fertilizer for tomatoes?
- 16 What does aspirin do for tomato plants?
- 17 How do I make my tomato plants greener?
- 18 Are eggshells good for tomatoes?
- 19 What do you spray tomato plants with?
- 20 Does spraying aspirin on tomatoes work?
- 21 How much aspirin do you give a tomato plant?
- 22 What keeps bugs off tomato plants?
How do you keep tomatoes from splitting?
- Water Regularly and Deeply. Tomatoes need about an inch of water per week, so water your tomato plants every two to three days during the summer. …
- Mulch. …
- Look for Resistant Varieties. …
- Pick Tomatoes Early. …
- Provide Good Drainage.
Are split tomatoes safe to eat?
Why are my fresh tomatoes splitting?
Should I water tomatoes every day?
What can I do with cracked tomatoes?
What happens if you over water tomato plants?
Watering your tomato plants properly is the key to tomato success. Too much water and the plants drown—too little could cause blossom end rot, when the tomatoes turn black on the bottoms. Inconsistent watering can also cause blossom end rot, split tomatoes, and stressed plants.