Repotting Tomato Seedlings

Tomato seedlings grow fast and are very hungry feeders so you need to ensure you repot at the right time to keep them growing strong. Here is our guide on repotting tomato seedlings.

Handle the seedlings carefully when removing them from their containers to minimise disruption to the roots.

Remove any lower leaves so when the plant is potted deeper they will not rot.

Carefully split them and plant deeper so that more roots will grow.

Last but not least, water well.

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