How to Plant Red Currant Tomatoes at Planter Bags

Planter totes, also known as growing totes, are polypropylene containers designed to contain a growing medium — basically a mobile, self-contained garden. The wide range of plant life you can develop in a planting bag is only restricted by the magnitude of the bag. Red currant tomatoes are known for their high sugar content and vigorous growth, and their small size make them perfect for planting bag cultivation.

Water the soil of the red currant seedlings till it drains from the pots. Place the pots in a tray and then fill to the brim of their pots. Permit the pots to soak for one hour.

Rank the vacant planter bags outdoors in a well-aerated area that receives eight hours of full sunlight every day. Pour compost and soil mix in the planter bag before three-fourth full.

Break up the compost with a garden fork till aerated and loose. Mix 1 gallon of water with 3 tablespoons of 8-8-8 fertilizer or comparable balanced fertilizer to make a fertilizer starter solution.

Pour the flux starter solution over the soil until it reaches 2 inches deeper than the seedlings were planted in the pots. Insert a wood skewer in the dirt after binder and eliminate it to measure how deep the fertilizer penetrated.

Dig a depression in the soil 2 inches deeper than the seedlings were planted in the pots with a garden trowel.

Put the seedling in the depression. Backfill and cover the red currant seedling with the soil you removed. If you’ve got a long planter bags, you can plant several seedlings, but you must space them 2 to 3 feet apart.

Water the soil in the growing bag after putting until moist during but not jammed.

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